(See Also: Spiritual Formation Classes | Bible Studies)
NOTE: This class does not meet during the summer.
9:45 AM in Room 2003 of the Family Life Center
We are a small and friendly Bible study and discussion class that focuses on the Bible, Bible history, and cultural and archaeological references. The class supports ongoing church ministries and members, couples and singles mostly 40’s to 70’s, participate in variety of church missions and ministries. We would love to have you join us!
Contact: Judy Grosbach at 817-488-6771 or Nancy Johnson at 817-424-0297, email@example.com
9:45 AM in the Library (Room 2005 of the Family Life Center)
The CAFÉ (Christians Applying Faith Everyday) class is a small-group, discussion-based class for ages 18+ that examines and discusses how Bible teachings apply to contemporary issues and current events in our modern world. Members take turns leading the class each week in discussions and see what Bible verses apply today and how we can apply these lessons in our everyday lives through missions. The class meets off-site one Sunday a month. If you're looking for a small Bible study group, we would love to have you! Come make the CAFÉ your home on Sunday mornings.
Contact: Jeff Edwards - 817-996-6849 firstname.lastname@example.org
College / Young Adult
9:45 AM in the Arts and Crafts Room of the Senior Activity Center
Do you want to attend a class that is refreshing, creative and insightful? A class that offers a new approach of looking at the Bible and being encouraged to see how God is working in our lives? In the midst of thinking about all we do, maybe asking ourselves, "Where do we belong?" Perhaps it is time to move beyond the old way of thinking and search where God is leading us today. Maybe it's time to find some real solutions, like peace and justice, in a world culturally engaged with everyday events.
Contact: Neil Payne (email@example.com)
9:45 AM in the Conference Room of the Senior Activity Center
The Connections Class is comprised of singles or singles at church. Our mission is connecting with each other and growing closer to God through Bible study and service in the ministries of our church. We also enjoy various activities outside of church. Enter the Senior Activity Center through the double doors facing Willhoite’s parking lot and turn right at the first hallway. Our class is the first one on the right. Please come for a visit and join us!
Contact: Pat Laster (817-421-6320, firstname.lastname@example.org)
9:45 AM in Room 2001 of the Family Life Center
Comprised of couples and individuals in varying stages of family life, Faith Builders engages in topical discussion of today's world, and the role of Christians in it. The group regularly participates in service and social activities, and its members are actively involved in several ministry areas of the church. Join us in a life application of faith as it impacts our relationships, service and spiritual growth.
Contact: Curtis Jones (817-488-2131, email@example.com) or Cathy Jackson (817-329-9560, firstname.lastname@example.org)
GIFT - "Growing in Faith Together"
9:45 AM in Room 2007 of the Family Life Center
A class for couples (dating, engaged, or married) in their 20's-30's (some with young children and some without). This class offers fellowship and opportunities for growth towards God as a couple and individual through scripture and similar life experiences shared throughout the class.
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Contact: Michelle and Kody Chappell (email@example.com)
9:45 AM in the Sr. Activity Center Multi-Purpose Room II
This class is mostly singles and couples in their 40’s – 60’s. Lessons are discussion-oriented focusing on what each of us can learn from a particular topical study or a specific book of the Bible. Our goal is to strengthen each other as we share the journey of faith. Please come and join our friendly group!
Contact: Julie Croft (469-648-8063, firstname.lastname@example.org)
9:45 AM in the Sr. Activity Center - Multi-Purpose Room I
Current Study: Max Lucado's Life Lessons from the Book of Psalms
The Open Door Class is a fun-loving group of singles and married’s, mostly ages 40 to 70 which is led by O.C. Hailey. The class studies God’s Word. We do this in two ways: studying books/subjects of the Bible as well as by reading and discussing works by current authors. We gain as much insight from the discussions as we do from the books, interspersed with a lot of laughter and fellowship. Everyone is welcome.
Contact: OC Hailey (817-504-5349, email@example.com) or Debbi Reecer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Pan de Vida | Spanish Bible Study
9:45 AM in Room 214
Un estudio de la Biblia en español dirigido por Socorro Garcia. | A weekly Bible study in Spanish led by Socorro Garcia.
Contact: Rev. Armando Alvarado (817-481-2559 x122, email@example.com)
9:45 AM in Room 2008 of the Family Life Center
The members of the Pathfinders class are adults in their thirties through mid-forties who believe in joining study and service. Their studies involve the application of biblical teachings for today’s adults and families. This class offers fellowship, support, involvement with missions, and gaining a deeper understanding of the Bible and how it relates to our generation.
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Contact: Donna Price (817-903-7288, firstname.lastname@example.org)
9:45 AM in the Roundtable Room
This class believes that age is irrelevant, but most are 60-plus, with a mix of couples and singles.
Contact: Carolyn Ernst (email@example.com, 817-488-0235)
9:45 AM in Leach Hall
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The Seekers class meets at 9:45 AM in Leach Hall and includes couples and singles, most 40’s to 60’s, who study topics including Bible study, Christian psychology and education, and current social issues from a Christian perspective. We hope to see you here!
Contact: Paul McClure (817-430-1190, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Singular Journey (Singles)
9:45 AM in Room 2002 of the Family Life Center
A class for singles, 30's to 50's.
Contact: Lorraine Casey (214-288-9735, email@example.com)