2017 Sunday Evening Classes: A variety of studies in the areas of theology, spiritual disciplines, missions, and more are offered in the Fall and Spring “semesters.” Nursery, children, and youth programming coincide with classes (unless otherwise noted).

Downtown Rescue Mission Dinner Service

Enjoy an evening of service and fellowship as you serve the evening meal to residents of the Mission and community members.

Dates of Service: February 12, March 12, April 9, & May 7.

Pyro-theology: A Class for Thinkers and Seekers

Led by Dr. Leslie Kaiura

Using the book, Insurrection by Peter Rollins, participants will explore his take on crucifixion, resurrection, and transformation as he prompts us to stop thinking so much about life after death and seek out the more radical possibility of life before death.

Those Unruly Protestants: A History of Baptists

Led by Dr. David B. Freeman

This will be a continuation of Dr. Freeman’s fall class.  This class will pick up in 1845 with the birth of the Southern Baptist Convention and will end with what is known now as The Controversy and the splintering of the SBC. The year 2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. This class will be a good primer for that observance.

Introduction to the New Testament

Led by Dr. Skip Babcock

This will be a continuation of Dr. Babcock’s fall class which ended with the material of Palm Sunday.  This class will pick up there and cover the rest of the New Testament.  Questions and discussion will be encouraged  This class will not address everything in the New Testament.  It will present the big picture and deal with some specific texts.