Adult Education

Connect, Learn, Grow

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Sunday Classes 

Adult classes meet on Sunday mornings at 9:15am. Their purpose is to exalt Jesus and to keep Him at the center of our lives. Our desire is to equip and encourage people to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. It is also an opportunity for people to connect in a smaller setting beyond the large church gathering.

We have ongoing classes that meet throughout the year as well as four to six-week elective classes to help people know Him better, understand and apply the Word to everyday living and to learn life skills for living in the family of Jesus as well as in our homes, neighborhoods, workplaces and community. 

No registration is necessary for our Sunday classes unless otherwise noted. You are welcome to simply show up any Sunday and give them a try. We certainly hope you do!

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Hosted by Connection Point Class
Begins May 9, 2021
Taught By Don Westerberg
Deschutes Room

Having just completed our first quarter study on C.S. Lewis’ The Problem of Pain and our global partnership emphasis, it seemed appropriate to follow up with a study of one of the most upbeat books of the New Testament – Philippians. This book was authored by the Apostle Paul, who was no stranger to pain and who was the original “global partner." In fact, he writes this book from a prison cell in Rome to a church he had partnered with for years. Though one might assume he would be wallowing in self-pity, the atmosphere of the book is one of joy. He rejoices in the fact that he serves a God who finishes what He starts and serves a church who cares for his needs and shares in his endeavors. Come be encouraged by a book that seeks to offer peace and contentment in the midst of difficult circumstances.

The Gospel of Luke

Hosted by: The Come and See Class
Taught by Dick Middlebrooks
Mt. Bachelor/Mt. Hood Room

"... And that repentance for forgiveness of sins should be proclaimed in His name to all the nations beginning from Jerusalem." Lk. 24:47

This verse shows the heart of Luke's Gospel. Luke, the Gentile physician, presented a logical presentation of the gospel, with a foundation for a intelligent faith built on "exact truth" primarily for the Gentile world. He builds his case on historical facts, eyewitnesses, pictures, types, and prophesies from the Old Testament. There are many beautiful stories found in Luke that are not found anywhere else. I believe you will be greatly blessed by this study, so please join us.

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