Spring Classes

Classes meet every Sunday morning between first and second services from 10–10:50am. Check below to find out where you and your family can plug in!

ADULTS

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Interested in discovering answers to questions that will help you know better the God of history? His Story assumes there is no fundamental difference between church history and world history. It’s all His Story.

The objective of this class is to understand the ways of God so we might know the master of the universe better, as he goes about his redemptive business making everything right. This class will embrace a lecture format followed by small group table-talk where key takeaways are translated into our present lives and culture.

His Story is taught by Greg Enas in the Underground Gallery.

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How do we cope when life doesn’t turn out the way we want? Where is God, and does he care about what’s happening to us? The book of Daniel assures us that no matter how far things seem to deviate from what we expect, God is still on the throne—and that will never change. God gives us glimpses of how he will accomplish what he desires by sending visions to Daniel, a source of great encouragement for us when things seem out of control today.

In this class, learn how to study the Bible better, trust God more in the midst of difficult circumstances, and understand biblical prophecy.

Daniel is taught by Dan Barber in the Speck Gallery.

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This class is a place for creative souls to gather for prayer, encouragement, and exploration of how the gospel impacts an artist’s life.

The Creatives Class is taught by Kyle Ragsdale upstairs in his studio.

CHILDREN & YOUTH

3-YEAR-OLDS

Room 160A (Children’s Worship room)

4/5-YEAR-OLDS

Room 160B (adjacent to the Children’s Worship room).

K-1ST GRADES

Room 203

2ND-3RD GRADES

Room 205

4TH-5TH GRADES

Room 201 (Study)

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Room 204 (Youth Room)

HIGH SCHOOL

Room 207 (New Hope Counseling offices)