It’s simple:  Adults connecting with God, with each other, and with God's mission in the world! Enjoy coffee or a cold drink with the whole church after the first service in the From Room. Then, adults gather around campus at 10:00 AM in Connections. Opportunities also available for junior high, and high school students at 10:00 and children at 9:50.

WINTER CONNECTIONS : January 6 - March 10

COLLEGE/YOUNG ADULT (18 to mid 20’s)

Grab some coffee and join other young adults in the cafe area as we reflect on the Bible and discuss how it intersects with life's biggest questions. Led by Chris Andresen, Shannon Lucas, and Scotty Lucas. Meets in the Front Room.

THE BRANCH (late 20’s to early 40’s)

THE BOOK OF REVELATION: We will dive into a world of “sky battles between angels and beasts, lurid punishments and glorious salvations, kaleidoscopic vision, and cosmic song” as we study the book of Revelation. Rather than trying to decipher an esoteric code, our hope is to let Revelation awaken our imaginations to the good news of Jesus, his triumph over evil and discover again how this changes everything.  Meets in 201D

BUILDERS (40’s to early 50’s)

MERE CHRISTIANITY We will explore C.S. Lewis’ classic work, Mere Christianity that has nurtured and encouraged so many to deeper faith in Christ. No need to have read Mere Christianity! All welcome. Led by Kris Helton and Joe Muratore.  Meets in 203D

LIVING STONES (50’s to early 60’s)

1 SAMUEL Join us this spring as we study the sweeping narrative of 1 Samuel, a book that begins with the instructive story of the prophet Samuel, goes on to detail the tumultuous career of King Saul, and culminates with the emergence of King David, “a man after God’s own heart.”  In all of this, we will be asking how God is speaking to us and our hearts through these profound and surprising stories. Led by David Woodford.  Meets in 105D


THE BOOK OF JAMES The book of James, controversial because of its emphasis on "good works," will be the subject of our study.  "What good is it... if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds?" (James 2:14). James is not writing how to become a Christian, but instead how to act like one. As we unpack God's word through James, we will gain a better, deeper understanding of the message for the mature Christian living in today's world.  Meets in Pearson Hall

GENERATIONS (all ages)

Psalm 145:4 proclaims, “One generation commends your works to
another; they tell of your mighty acts.” Come share life and wisdom with adults of all ages. The conversation will center on the pastoral message of the day and ask two big questions: What is God saying, and what are we going to do about it? Led by the Generations Team. Meets in Fireside