Short-term topical classes and seminars. 
Wednesdays / March 8 - March 29 / 6 - 7:30 PM
Location: College Church - V302
Leaders: Todd Keller + Sarah Kroeze

This class is for anyone who would like to understand more about the "processes of attachment" that lead to addictions.  This group will come to understand the relationship between addiction and spiritual awareness.  We will also explore various addictions from which people can suffer, not only to substances like alcohol and drugs, but also to work, sex, performance, responsibility, and intimacy.  Whether for ourselves or others we know, learning more about addiction and grace is a great way to experience and offer hope.
Sundays / February 19 - May 21 / 4 - 6PM
Location:  College Church – V305
Leaders: Claire Hendrix
Cost: $20 (workbook optional)

If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, you’ve probably found there are not many people who understand the deep hurt you feel.  It may be hard for you to feel optimistic about the future right now.  GriefShare is a 13-week grief recovery support group where you can find help and healing for the hurt of losing a loved one.
Sundays / January 15 - April 16 / 4 - 6PM
Location:  College Church – V304
Leaders: Dvonna Riggs + Larry Riggs

What often begins as loving, compassionate care can begin to feel like an isolating, stressful, and never-ending burden. It is so easy for loneliness, anger, and resentment to creep into the heart of the caregiver — toward the person being cared for as well as other family members and friends who don't or can’t pitch in. In addition to this, guilt and shame for not feeling loving all the time often gets added to the emotional mix.  This is a common path for many caregivers.  This group is for caregivers responsible for any age person, no matter the relationship.  In this group you will learn tips, meet other caregivers, and receive hope and encouragement.

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Dig into God's Word, a topic from scripture, strengthen your walk with Christ and learn more about who God created you to be!
Thursdays / January 26 - March 30 / 6:30PM
Location:  College Church – V303
Leader: Hannah Beers

The Bible is the wonderful story of God’s love for you and the gift that He has given us in Jesus. It’s also an incredibly complex book that many people find difficult to engage and understand. This class is for people who want to learn how to study the bible and how to develop skills for personal devotions. Whether you are brand new to Bible reading or have always wanted to learn more about studying God’s Word, this class is for you.
Mondays / January 23 - March 6 / 7 - 8:30PM
Location:  College Church – V305
Sponsored by: Men's Ministry

Cost: $10 for the book

Does something deep inside your heart long to break free from the status quo? Are you hungry for an authentic faith that addresses the problems of our world with tangible, even radical solutions? Come see how God is calling you to a passionate love relationship with Himself.
Sundays / January 22 - March 19 / 5 - 7PM
Location:  College Church – S109
Leader: Larry Wagner

Two Testaments, 66 Books, Prophets, Priests, Kings, Disciples, and so many great characters and verses! But how does it all work together? This class will provide an overview of the Bible and explain how we got it. Travel through the Pentateuch, prophetic books, sacred writings, Gospels, and important letters. You’ll also enjoy learning about various translations and how to choose.
Thursdays / January 19 - April 20 / 8 - 9PM
Location: College Church - V305
Leader: David Russell

Sponsored by Men's Ministry

Take a stroll through the Bible with other men. Each session will begin with Bible reading and end with group discussions about the passage. This group began with the book of Genesis and is slowly making its way through the Bible. It may take a while to get there, but these men know where they are going.

“I love my group because my group loves me!
It’s like a family to us. We learn and grow together.”

- Marcos

“I found the community I was looking for in my group.
We laugh together and have so much fun.  
I know they are there if a need arises.”

 - Michele

“We love our small group.  They have become family,
a group we do life with. We pray for each other and walk with each other
in difficult and good times.” 

- Walt
Wednesday / January 25, February 15, March 15 / 9AM
Location: College Church - Vanderpool Lobby
Leader: Sherry Sherwood

If you’re looking for a great blog, check out Sherry Sherwood’s blog -mymorningcoffee.org. This blog is filled with inspirational and challenging truths from God’s Word.  Join Sherry for coffee, discussion, and fellowship as you grow closer to Jesus and one another.

Join a LEARN Group today!

Dig into God's Word, a topic from scripture, strengthen your walk with Christ and learn more about who God created you to be!
Wednesdays / January 11 - March 1 / 9 - 11AM
Location: Zoom or in-person options
Leaders: Tammy Madden and Amy Wetmore
Sponsored by: Women's Ministry

Walk through Paul’s powerful letter to the church in Rome, and see the glorious grace and transforming work of the gospel. You’ll be overwhelmed with the good news of God’s merciful rescue as you better understand the depth of your need. This life-changing message provides not only hope for eternity, but purpose, joy, and peace for today. And as the good news of the gospel of grace unfolds through Romans, it will compel you to proclaim God’s glorious salvation to all.
Thursdays / January 19 - March 2 / 7AM
Location: College Church - V304
Leaders: Merlin + Stephanie James

Join us for conversations about parenting topics in Mark Gregston’s book, “When Your Teen is Struggling”. In this seven-week study we will gain insight about hope during conflict, performance-based relationships, setting boundaries, and other challenges parents face with their teenagers.
Thursday / January 19 / 6PM
Thursday / March 23 / 6PM
Location: College Church - V302
Target: Makers & Artists
Leaders: Kim Keller + Todd Keller

God still uses makers and artists. Calling all poets, woodworkers, painters, songwriters, bloggers, builders, designers, cooks and chefs, crafters, event planners, crocheters, welders, sculptures, gardeners, quilters, etc. Bring something you’ve made to show and tell. We’ll learn from one another with a curious eye as we come to understand our communities’ strong need for making.