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Spring 2023

Bible Studies for Everyone

Adult Pilgrimage will be a two-year commitment to read the entire Bible cover to cover with a group of fellow believers. We will explore the scripture together and learn from each other. It will be modeled after the highly successful Custer Road Youth Pilgrimage class and will be facilitated by Dave Wagner and Tony Hairston using the Socratic method of teaching where thought-provoking questions are raised and discussed and where the participants are largely empowered to find their own answers. We will meet on Sunday mornings from 8:15am to 9:30am. Generally, the calendar will begin in mid-January through June and resume after Labor Day until just before Thanksgiving. We will be taking a summer and Christmas break each year. There will be approximately 70 total meetings across the two years.”

Sundays, Starting January 13, 2022, 8:15am in room 204.

Led by Dave Wagner and Tony Hairston

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The Book of Acts is a 28 week Bible Study about the beginning of the Christian church. Luke is the author and he reveals how the church got started and focused on two main apostles Peter and Paul.

Tuesdays, September 13-April 18, 10:30-12:00pm in B18.

Led by Gene Oldham

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This 14-week study immerses the participant in the New Testament. Disciple Fast Track, an adaptation of the original, bestselling Disciple Bible Study, provides a viable option for busy people seeking comprehensive engagement over time with the entire biblical text. Fast Track groups meet for a total of 24 weeks, devoting 12 weeks each to the Old Testament and the New Testament and 2 additional weeks at the end of the course. Participants read a manageable 3-5 chapters of the Bible daily in preparation for the weekly meetings, which last approximately 75 minutes. A separate Leader Guide provides group facilitators with step-by-step instructions for leading each week’s session without any extra preparation. There will be a one-week brek for the Spring Break.

Tuesdays, January 10th to April 25th, 6:30 – 8:00pm online.

Led by David Paul and Rev. Dr. Kory Knott

Register here.

Hear the call to return to God and a community “set apart.” This 12-week study immerses readers in the letters traditionally attributed to Paul. In this Study, there are 12 sessions on the 13 New Testament letters traditionally attributed to Paul. Paul is continually calling hearers and readers back to their God and to a sense of who they are as a people “set apart.” Daily reading assignments are designed to establish the historical context in which Paul wrote. Readers will encounter “The Word of the Lord,” with comments on Scripture and amplification of meaning, as well as “Marks of Obedient Community,” which identifies beliefs, attitudes, and actions of the obeying community. “Marks” is the faith response to “Our Human Condition.” We will take a break on the following days for Valentines Day and Spring Break: 3/9

Thursdays, January 26th to April 20th, 6:30 – 8:00pm online.

Led by Austin Smith and Rev. Danielle Buwon Kim

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A fun family-style Bible Study with Rev. Tim Morrison at the houses of different members of Custer Road! Tim walks us through a weekly scripture memorization along with the implementation of a daily breath prayer to enhance the experiences of the Scripture. We will take a break on 3/9 for the Spring Break.

Thursdays, starting February 23rd. Duration: TBD.

Led by Rev. Tim Morrison

Registration for this class is now closed.

The Wesley Covenant Prayer has been used for services on the first Sunday of the year for over 200 years.  John Wesley hoped that by praying this prayer, people would remember, renew and surrender themselves to God so that they would love God with all their heart, soul and mind as well as love their neighbor as themselves.

Renew your faith in the new year and join us for a FREE 4-week prayer study.

Tuesday afternoons from 1-2:30 pm in Room B5 beginning Jan 3 thru Jan 24.

Led by Rev. Jack Gibson and Tiffanny Hosey. 

Classes meet on  Books will be provided for each participant and brown bag lunches are welcome.

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Bible Studies for Men

The Gospel of Matthew has long been popular as instructional writings for Christians through the ages and was widely used in early Christian communities as they developed their theologies on how to live and follow Christ’s teachings. Matthew focuses on Jesus as King and Messiah, helping us to understand that there is a great kingdom in heaven and on earth which we as believers are now citizens. As we enter here on earth this “Kingdom of Heaven” as citizens, there are important things we must know and understand as we live our lives that brings the reality of the Kingdom of Heaven to earth. This becomes will become clearer as we read and study this important book of the Bible. You will be encountering some of Jesus’ most famous teachings: “Love your enemies,” “Turn the other cheek, “Do not be anxious about tomorrow,” “Let the children come,” “Go make disciples of all nations,” and the Lord’s prayer.

Friday mornings, January 13th to July 7th, 6:15-7:15 am online.

Led by Dennis L. Allen

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A study of the book of Acts to follow the in impeded spread of the Church through the Roman Era world. Luke’s purpose: to show that the spread took place in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Led by Austin Smith and Gene Oldham

Wednesdays, January 18th to May 17th, 11:45 am – 1:00pm in Room B5.

Register here.