This year we will read a book together and discuss it in our FLOCKS gatherings. “Taking God At His Word” emphasizes what the Bible says about itself and encourages us to read and believe what it says, while also developing our confidence that it is truly God’s Word. Confident that trusting God completely comes from learning to trust His Word completely, we pray that this study will bring great encouragement to all who participate. Books and study guides are available – please see your FLOCKS leader or contact the church office.
March 19, 2017
Chapter 1: Believing, Feeling, Doing – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 1 and accompanying study guide
April 9, 2017 (Note this is a second Sunday FLOCKS meeting due to Easter 4/16)
Chapter 2: Something More Sure – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 2 and accompanying study guide
May 21, 2017
Chapter 3: God’s Word Is Enough – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 3 and accompanying study guide
No FLOCKS in June due to Father’s Day
July 16, 2017
Chapter 4: God’s Word Is Clear – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 4 and accompanying study guide
August 20, 2017
Chapter 5: God’s Word Is Final – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 5 and accompanying study guide
September 17, 2017
Chapter 6: God’s Word Is Necessary – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 6 and accompanying study guide
October 15, 2017
Chapter 7: Christ’s Unbreakable Bible – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 7 and accompanying study guide
November 19, 2017
Chapter 8: Stick With The Scriptures – “Taking God At His Word” by Kevin DeYoung
Read: Chapter 8 and accompanying study guide
December 17, 2017
Special Christmas Topic
Join us for a study of 1&2 Peter. Each week we'll consider one chapter for its general content along with application for the lives of senior adults. We meet in north room off the main foyer.
Join us for a study of Lamentations. A lament is a thoughtful expression of grief over good turning bad. The writer grieves over the destruction of Jerusalem. He mourns the loss of people, leadership, institutions, and the city because all became a mere shadow of what was intended to be a sign pointing to God's universal kingship. We meet in the auditorium.
Same Study, Same Teachers, Two Different Times.
Tuesday mornings beginning September 12, 9:30 to 11 am *Childcare is available*
Tuesday evenings beginning September 12 6:30 to 8 pm *Light dinner will be served*
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September 13th - May 23th
Bible lessons, Service projects, Games, Crafts, Music and Lots of Fun!
Wednesdays 7:00 - 8:00 pm
Preschool through 6th Grade
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