Young Families range from nearly and newly weds to couples with elementary age children. Our ministry exists to keep our spiritual lives vital during this exciting and challenging phase of life.
Sunday Morning Classes
Our Sunday morning community class begins with a continental breakfast from 8:45-9:30, followed by an engaging teaching from God’s Word and directed discussion. During the week we offer various small groups, fellowships, and ministry opportunities.
Young Families Community Class
Jim and Melissa Harper | Room 620 & 623
Come and enjoy a time of community around a variety of Scripture topics. Jim Harper, who currently leads Men’s Fraternity, will be the presenter. Breakfast for the whole family will be served at 8:45 a.m., and then teaching will start at 9:10 a.m.
Young Families – A Larger Story
Anthony Burnett | Room 617
Many Christians are very unclear about their calling and their place in the unfolding story God is telling. We’ll begin our journey in the book of Acts and watch as the church takes form. As we walk forward into other New Testament writings, our desire is to help you find your place in the Kingdom God is building. Breakfast for
the whole family will be served in Room 620-623 at 8:45 a.m., and then teaching will start at 9:10 a.m. in Room 617.
Parents of Elementary Children – Family Foundations
John Whitney | Room 617
We are a Young Families class for married couples in their 30s and 40s with elementary children. Our Bible studies are topical studies with rich, authentic dialogue. Discussions are driven by Scripture, with emphasis placed on the truth of God’s Word experienced in the lives of those in the group.
Steve Peterson, Jordan Broggi and T.J. Diamond | Room 621-622
We’re on a journey . . . a journey toward Christlikeness, a journey that takes us through the gap. This gap is the differential between where we want to be in our walk with God and where we really are. True life-change happens on this journey. This new Sunday morning community will combine solid biblical teaching with authentic table discussions about how we live out God’s truth. We’ll explore
Paul’s epistles and other books of the Bible, with time for honest, application-oriented conversation about the challenges and joys of the journey.