Wednesday Evening Program
Please join us as we offer the chance to be spiritually recharged in the middle of the week. We begin at 5:30 p.m. with a family meal in Fellowship Hall (Lower Level). Classes begin at 6:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted. A free-will offering is taken to cover the cost of the dinner. After dinner, programming is available for children, youth and adults. Sign up is available in the church office or online for all classes, but not necessary.
Wednesday Evening Classes & Presentations 2013
What Has Formed Me: Interview about Faith and Life
May 1 and May 22
Leader: Pastor Chris
We have all been influenced by our life experiences. Each of us has important stories to tell. Join us on these two Wednesdays as we hear the stories that have shaped the faith of two different friends in our congregation.
Thinking Biblically About Immigration
May 15 and May 22
As a congregation, we have been finding news ways to support and welcome immigrants into our church and community. This class will use a combination of Scripture and facts about immigration law and the process of immigration to create a discussion about why, as Christians, this topic is so important. There are many differing views on how to handle immigrants in the United States. While we won’t solve any cultural problems in this class, we hope to offer a place for concerns and questions to be met with respect and conversations to lead to a better understanding for each of us.
Becoming a Love and Logic Parent
April 10 - May 22
6:15 - 7:45 p.m. Room 106
Leaders: Kelly & Matt Johnston
Come away from this class with some specific strategies and practical suggestions to lower stress and make parenting more enjoyable. Class size is limited, please call the church office to sign up. A fee of $12/person or $20/couple is charged to offset the cost of materials. Financial assistance is available.
May 1 - May 22
Leader: Allen Horstman
Your prayers, your presence, your gifts, your service... This is what we have to offer Jesus, but how do you begin to use these offerings as you follow him? Join us for the second and third segments of this Bible study as we explore scripture that will lead us into a deeper relationship with God and more passionate faith.
Young Adults of Central and Beyond
The First Wedensday of the month (Sept - May)
7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Leader: Aaron Edick
This group consists of 18-25 year olds that come from different backgrounds and faith histories that share the common thread of trying to make their way in a world that promises much but sometimes fails to deliver. The group is encouraged to share life experiences and to build relationships that are positive and inclusive. They meet in the evening on the first Wednesday of the month usually at Horizon Book Store in downtown Traverse City. For more information, or to be added to the group list for upcoming meetings, please contact Aaron Edick
222 Cass Street Traverse City, Michigan 49684