Summer Classes

When: June 12 - August 20

This summer, we’re offering a variety of classes for adults to stay rooted in the Word. 


For Women & Men:

Colossians: Confident Christianity
Wednesdays, June 12-July 31 (off July 3) • 6:30-8:00PM • Anderson Hall
Join us for this study of Colossians and grow in your faith as you learn that Jesus is enough and become increasingly dependent on Him for all of life. Led by Janice Velgersdyk. Cost: $7. 

The Jewish Gospel of Matthew
Tuesdays, June 4-July 30 (off July 2) • 6:15-7:30PM • Westview
The Gospel of Matthew highlights the Jewish thought and teaching of Jesus perhaps more than any other New Testament text. Matthew couples Old Testament citations with traditional interpretations of Scripture in first-century Judaism to present Jesus and His message as thoroughly Jewish. Join Dr. Nick Schaser as we explore the First Gospel with the goal of understanding our faith in its historical and cultural contexts. Cost: $10. 


For Women:

Women’s Summer Bible Study
Tuesdays, June 19-July 30 (off July 2) • 9:30-11:00AM • Fellowship Hall
Join us for The Daniel Prayer: a study by Anne Graham Lotz, who follows the pattern of the original prayer in Daniel 9. A prayer birthed under heartache, grief, and desperation, it was a plea for heaven to move and change a nation. This timely six-session study includes weekly video teaching, Bible study readings, and discussion as we prepare to pray as Daniel did. Led by Dawn Allan. Cost: $8.

Soulful Spirituality
Every other Tuesday, June 11-August 20 • 10:00-11:30AM • Room 202
Women of all ages are welcome to join us for deep discussions of David Benner’s Soulful Spirituality: Becoming Fully Alive and Deeply Human, a book about healthy, life-enhancing spirituality. Cost: $17. 
Register with Carolyn Beatty at 612.729.3143.


For Men:

Bro’ Time Bible Study
Mondays, June 3-August 19 •  7:00-8:30PM 
Join this multigenerational group from a variety of spiritual backgrounds to study the Gospel of Luke this summer. Bro’ Time Bible Study started eight summers ago with the hope of creating a sustainable study focused on Scripture that could survive the common pressures that summers in Minnesota can place on a discipline such as studying God’s Word. This summer we’ll be doing a 12-week study of Luke: The Savior of the World.