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  • Tuesdays at 6:30 PM

Mid Rivers Campus

Calvary’s Adult on-going studies and classes for both women and men offer an opportunity to connect with God and with one another through a variety of studies and schedules to fit your needs.

Studies & Classes for Spring 2023 will begin on February 7 and consist of two five-week sessions ending April 18. These classes are for men and women and there are no prerequisites for registering for a class. Doors open at 6 PM. Come early for coffee and fellowship. Classes begin at 6:30 and finish at 8 PM. Childcare is available for a fee. 

Notes

Session 2: March 21 - April 18

Christian Living: Poetry Collective for Students (Kyle Bradley)
This five-week session is specifically for high school students and will be a time of reading, creating (optional), and discussing poetry as we seek to connect with the heart-places God has given us. We will explore what it looks like to see God through creative writings, worship him through creating, and process ideas and emotions through discussing a variety of poems.

OT Bible: Isaiah 2 (Beth Wade)
Join in the discussion of the Book of Isaiah as we examine this ancient book filled with history and prophecy. Each week we will read or listen aloud to a portion of the scripture together and discuss its meaning. There is no preparation or homework required. Previous Bible study may be helpful but is not necessary. This is a low-key, user-friendly approach to reading and understanding this important Old Testament book of the Bible. During the first five weeks we will be studying Isaiah 40-66.

Apologetics: Sharing Jesus in the 21st Century (Dan B / Mike Z)
Apologetics (understanding our faith and defending it reasonably with others) is always connected to outreach. But, to be able to do that well we have to know the Gospel story and how that connects to our own lives. In this five-week discussion-based class we will look at our own unique stories, things that are common in culture, and how to build bridges for the Gospel between the two.

NT Bible: James (Marilyn Pavia)
The Letter of James is easily accessible and a great conversation starter for the person who has either studied the bible for their whole life or is new to Christianity. James references key points from Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount and calls his followers to live wisely. 

Christian Living: Family Communication 101 For Parents (Kathy Salazar)
In this inspiring and very practical class, parents will be introduced to a style of communicating with their children that creates emotionally healthy relationships and empowers them to guide, encourage, and discipline children of all ages with love and compassion. Learn how to talk to your children using language that builds confidence, encourages responsibility, and promotes respect, peace, and family unity under God’s authority.

During the first week of class for each session we'll have everyone meet in the chapel after check-in. I'll use that space to highlight the classes/teachers, cast vision for Tuesday nights, etc.


6:00 Check In
6:30 Class Starts
8:00 Class *officially* finishes (some go over)

Cost: $5 per person.
Childcare: $5 per child

Schedule

  • Tuesday, March 21, 2023 @ 6:30 PM
  • Tuesday, March 28, 2023 @ 6:30 PM
  • Tuesday, April 4, 2023 @ 6:30 PM
  • Tuesday, April 11, 2023 @ 6:30 PM
  • Tuesday, April 18, 2023 @ 6:30 PM

Registration Options for Mid Rivers Campus

Contact

Brad Aslin