To aid your discipleship, we offer Bible studies and other classes each Sunday at 9 a.m. on our campus.
These short-term Bible studies, topical studies, and other classes usually last around 6 weeks and are offered on a rotational basis.
Fall Session 1 (September 10 – October 29)
Zechariah | September 10 – October 29 (8 weeks)
Room 204 | Carol Conaway & Jim McConnell
A book too often ignored, unknown, or little understood, Zechariah contains a wealth to be mined. As perhaps the most messianic book of the minor prophets we’ll consider how Zechariah lays out a wonderful, restorative hope and anticipates the dawning of a new era for God’s people.
Four Gospels, One Jesus? | September 10 – October 1 (4 weeks)
Room 205 | Ben Winder
Borrowing from Richard Burridge’s work in the book of the same title, we’ll consider how each of the four Gospel authors offer a distinctive portrait of Jesus. We’ll use the ancient symbols for the Gospels – human face, lion, ox, and eagle – to represent each book’s unique picture of Jesus which together help us understand Jesus more fully.
Equally Called | October 8 – October 29 (4 weeks)
Room 205 | Aimee Hobbs & Ben Winder
First Baptist affirms the participation of women and men in all aspects of church leadership and Christian ministry. In this four-week session we’ll consider how Scripture reveals God’s plan for all of humanity – male and female together – to serve God’s people, articulate the biblical and theological basis for affirming the calling of women, and discuss nurturing a culture that more fully welcomes women’s leadership.
Fall Session 2 (November 5-December 10)
God Owns It All | November 5 – December 10
Room 204 | Roger Henricksen
We live in the wealthiest nation in the history of the world. We are so wealthy that people living at the federal poverty line are still wealthier than 85% of the world. So why don’t we feel rich? Why do we experience so much discontentment? Join us on a six-week journey as we apply aimless principles to everyday money questions to help you find contentment and confidence in your finances.
These ongoing classes remain together for long-term community.
Masters Class | Conference Room
A co-ed group of adults of all ages, this class primarily utilizes the Formations curriculum to facilitate class discussion.
Sonshine Class | Heritage Hall
A co-ed group composed primarily of retired adults, this class utilizes the Formations curriculum to facilitate class discussion.
Special Needs Class | Room 2
This co-ed group for adults with intellectual disabilities is part of our Special Needs Ministry.