September 13, 2018
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Bible studies are an opportunity to get to know a few people well and explore a topic of personal interest. All are welcome to choose from a rolling schedule of studies lasting anywhere from four weeks to twenty weeks.
Rev. Roy Mitchell Associate Pastor of Discipleship
This study open to everyone meets Wednesdays starting September 5th from 5:15 – 6:30 PM in Room 301; led by Rev. James Ellis Griffeth.
Open to all, this study gives participants a chance to discuss Bible verses each Thursday at 11:30 AM in the Truluck Room. Contact Rev. Roy Mitchell to sign up or for more details.
This study for couples explores topics related to marriage guided by individuals with years of experience. Nursery is available with two-week notice. Topics include finances, parenting, communication, and boredom. The class leaders are Jeanie & Fred Gilmer, Carey & David Hudson, Telisa & Danny Moyd, and Allyson & Luke Varn. Class begins Sunday, September 9th, and will run for 7 weeks from 5:30 – 7:15 PM.
A Disciple’s Path is an engaging approach to discipleship from a distinctly Wesleyan perspective that is perfect for a small group. The six-week program guides individuals to take the next step in discipleship and become dynamic followers of Jesus Christ and engaged, vital members of the local church. This small group will take place on Sunday nights beginning September 9 in room 114 from 5:30-7 PM and will be facilitated by Lindsay Boore and Erin Mercer. Email email@example.com.
by Ray Vander Laan
How do you live in a culture where the worldview conflicts with Christianity? Learn from Paul as he presents his beliefs to the most powerful court in Athens and settles among the Greco-Romans of Corinth, who valued wealth and class, worship of multiple gods, and decadent pleasure seeking above all else. In this sixteenth volume of That The World May Know®, discover how to live in your own Athens or Corinth–a dechristianized Western world–in a way that glorifies God.
This study will be led by Rob Davis and offered in the Merritt Room of the Trinity Campus on Mondays at 6:30 PM from September 10 to October 15. The book is available at Cokesbury for $9.49.
This study for women was created by Sheila Walsh and explores God’s promises in the scripture. Through vulnerable storytelling, new insights, and an in-depth Bible Study, Sheila offers powerful, heart-filled teaching on ten bedrock promises of God, providing the foundation for daily confidence, joy, hope, and shelter. Led by Jane Peden, the group will begin meeting on September 13th and will finish the first or second week of February. The group will meet in Room 217 of the Downtown Campus from 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM. If interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Childcare provided.
by Beth Moore
Women are welcome to join others on this six-week excursion with Jesus. Beth Moore uses questions from Bible verses to lead you into intimacy with the One who knows you best. Learn to dig into the Word, to respond to the questions of God, and to bring your questions before Him.
This study will meet in Room 215 of the Downtown Campus every other Thursday on September 6, 20; October 4, 18, 25; and November 8 and led by April Stambaugh. If interested contact April at email@example.com. Childcare provided.
by Sandra Stanley & Charles Stanley
This women’s study explores the temptation to compare. It’s as near as your next chat with a friend, trip to the store, or check-in on social media. And whether you come out on top or come up lacking, there is simply no win in comparison. This 4-week video study led by Kellie Herlong will begin Tuesday mornings starting on September 11th. If interested, contact Kellie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Hannah Whitall Smith
In this study for women, Hannah Whitall Smith reveals how to make unhappiness and uncertainty give way to serenity and confidence in everyday life. This 10-week study led by Karen Bost will be offered in room 217 of the Downtown Campus on Thursdays from 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM starting on September 13th. Books may be purchased from Amazon. If interested, contact Karen at email@example.com.
Sunday School at Buncombe Street integrates Bible study as a core part of each class. Many different Sunday School classes are offered, with “something for everyone.” The curriculum of each class varies throughout the year, but certain classes maintain themes or general areas of study. Visit our campus Sunday school pages to learn more:
Small Groups are a wonderful way to form relationships around common-interests and experiences shared by other people in the church. Often, small groups engage in Bible study, formally and informally, throughout the year.