Due to the Sunday worship schedule, start/end times of classes are approximate.
Schedule is subject to change, join class group in REALM or contact leader for details.
Faith Fellowship will be focusing on three different studies throughout the fall semester. In Living With Confidence in a Chaotic World–Certain Hope in Uncertain Times, well-known pastor and author Dr. David Jeremiah tackles such relevant issues as job loss, financial distress, violence, natural disasters and rapidly increasing moral depravity–all which cause chaos in the world and in our lives. How are we to not just survive, but thrive as God’s children in such a place? How can we bear fruit for the Lord in a broken world? On the last Sunday of October, we will shift focus to Women of the Bible Speak–Wisdom of the Women and Their Lessons for Today by Shannon Bream. For advent, we will focus on Incarnation–Rediscovering the Significance of Christmas by Adam Hamilton. Led by Barbara Burton, Milt Martin, Miriam Morrison, Bob Steele and John Stensrud. This class also meets in person at Christ Providence (Forum A&B).
The CLC Book Club reads and discusses books of all kinds, but primarily books on faith, our relationship with God, human nature, scripture, or biographies of faith leaders. Our discussions can be lively and frank; we thrive on competing opinions, but we expect civility and respect for one another. Even if you have not read the assigned chapter, we encourage everyone to attend. We’ll catch you up and let you talk anyway! All are welcome. Led by Dan Hansen and Carl Edgren. This class also meets in person at Christ Providence (Lackey Parlor).
The Crew is a Sunday morning Bible/book study for men and women. We will continue to study the book of Ephesians beginning on September 18, 2022. We will review Chapters 1-4 and then begin Chapter 5. The group meets in person at 10 a.m. at Christ Providence (rm. W150) and on Zoom. Come and be part of this study and discussion that includes St. Paul’s teaching about ‘wives and husbands’ and putting on ‘the whole Armor of God.’ Once Ephesians is completed, the group will choose our next study by consensus. Led by David Deeds. This class also meets in person at Christ Providence (W150).
Mothers of children of any age are invited to this virtual-only group with the goal of praying for your own children and those of others in the group. Support one another as we depend on God for guidance & help and find weekly encouragement on this journey of motherhood. -led by Megan Goodson
Join with a pastor of Christ Lutheran each week to continue the discussion of our current book and how it relates to our Christian lives today. Open to all. This class also meets in person at Christ Providence (W150).
If you’ve wanted to read the Bible more deeply and talk about it in a safe, friendly and welcoming community, this group study may be right for you. Join us as we dig into the texts for the upcoming Sunday, searching for God’s intent in biblical times and in our lives today. Digging Deeper also meets in person at Christ Concord.
While Paul’s other letters addressed specific concerns among people he intimately knew, Romans is the Gospel in its purity, laying out justification by faith alone, the necessity of God’s grace and the priesthood of all believers. This is why we believe what we believe. Led by Pastor Scott. This class, part of Wednesdays Together, also meets in person at Christ Providence (Forum A&B).