Revival Study

This 6-session study is based on Adam Hamilton's book, Revival: Faith as Wesley Lived It. In each chapter of the book, he presents key events and places in the life of John Wesley and the movement he led and describes the convictions and essential practices of the early Methodists. By studying

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The Wesleyan Quadrilateral

How do we use the Wesleyan Quadrilateral (scripture, tradition, reason, and experience) to shape what we believe about God? What do we think about each of these components, and how should they inter-relate? How do we let the larger narrative of scripture have appropriate sway? How do we incorporate the

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Methodism in the 21st Century

Whether you have been a United Methodist your whole life or you are new to the denomination, it can be nice to return to the basics. Join Pastor Ellen for a four week crash course on the United Methodist Church. We will spend time talking about our history, beliefs, and

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Faces of Immigration

In this course, you'll meet some of the immigrants in our community and hear their stories. Well look at these stories in a Biblical context but we will NOT make any judgments in general NOR make any political explorations of immigration as a policy. There will be a small panel

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Miracles of Jesus Study

Women’s Bible Study Tuesdays 12:30-2:00 PM The stories about Jesus raising the dead and calming the storm are astounding. It’s natural to focus on the divine power, but these stories have something else in common: the human desperation that prompted the miracles. In this six-week Bible study, Jessica LaGrone leads

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