Wednesday Nights

WEDNESDAY NIGHT FAMILY GATHERING 
March 11, 2020
Dinner Catered by Pirkle's
Adults & Students -

BBQ Smoked Pork, 

Baked Beans, 

Slaw, 

Chips, 

Salad, & 

Texas Toast


Fast Food - Chick-Fil-A

Meal Reservations

*Online reservations will close at 5 PM on Tuesdays,
please contact the church office for assistance*

Each semester there is a new mixture of adult offerings on Wednesday Nights at 6:15 such as: Christ and Culture Forums, Pastor's class, PresbyWhat?, and marriage small groups.

 

Christ & Culture Discipleship Forum - January 8, 15, 22, 29 

Christianity and Same-Sex Attraction: How the Gospel compels us to Engage Sexual Sufferers and Sinners with Compassion and Conviction

Recordings for Wednesday, January 15 and 29 are available through the church office, please contact Sarah Pope for more information. 

Fellowship Hall Class: February 12th - March 18

"Disciplines of Grace" led by Dr. Schwartz - Join me to study and discuss some of the ways in which the Bible says we grow in the grace of God. 1 Timothy 4:7 (NASB) says, “Discipline yourself for the purpose of godliness.”  The discipleship process involves learning to develop spiritual practices for the purpose of growing in Christ and experiencing more joy in our relationship with him.  Together we will look at some of the inward, outward, and corporate disciplines of grace that are not commonly talked about or even thought of as disciplines, such as rest, fasting, evangelism, work, and worship. I look forward to being with you over these next few weeks, and growing in Christ together.

 

Classes: February 12th - March 18

"ART & CHRISTIANITY" led by Elder Rob Davis - Art is either is forming us or deforming us.  This means that the arts (visual art, film, music, literary arts etc.) are incredibly powerful. The arts can sanctify or destroy us. Together, we will seek to answer the following questions. 
1. How is art inherently valuable?
2. What is the purpose of art within real life?
3. What is the role of the arts in spiritual formation?
4. Is there a difference between “fine art” (art in a museum) and “popular art” (art used for commercial purposes) and can either or both be equally powerful impactful?
5. Is there a false divide between “worldly art” and “church art”?
Come and join this conversation! 

"PRESBY-WHAT?” class led by Rev. Pardue and Kenneth Studdard – Are you curious about what Presbyterians believe? Were you raised in another denomination but would like to know more about ours? Are you considering joining this church (or have recently joined) but have questions about it? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the questions above, then the “Presby-What?” class is for you! This class is for all visitors and new members who want to know more about the ministry and beliefs of our church and denomination. It will be a 5-
week class beginning Feb. 13, in room 201 in the Christian Life Center. To sign up please contact Sarah Pope in the church office.

 

Couples Small Group

New groups formed as needed.  Please contact Rev. Bill Pardue at  for more information.