Adult Class Schedule

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Sunday Mornings

March 15 to May 17- 9:30AM

Combined Adult Class - March 15 & 22

March 15: Ryan Porche
March 22: Jerry Morgan

2020 Bible Project

We are continuing our church-wide Bible reading project, and we’re adding a second class to make sure there is plenty of space! Every Sunday, we will review the previous week s reading and practice using the lenses of love, story, and wisdom. We ll use the Bible Project Videos as well. The Library class will share a large group discussion, while the Hali Room class will have both large group discussions and table discussions. You can find the reading plan here.

Ryan Porche

701 Library

2020 Bible Project

We are continuing our church-wide Bible reading project, and we’re adding a second class to make sure there is plenty of space! Every Sunday, we will review the previous week s reading and practice using the lenses of love, story, and wisdom. We ll use the Bible Project Videos as well. The Library class will share a large group discussion, while the Hali Room class will have both large group discussions and table discussions. You can find the reading plan here.

Kyle Wade
Jerry Morgan
Doyle Corder

401 Hali Project Room

RISE Class

RISE stands for Recovery Intersecting Spiritual Experience. Using the book of James, we will discuss themes of faith, acts, wisdom, trials and more.

Jeromy Hunter

A-2 Sonrise Cafe

The Amazing Story of the New Testament Church

First Century Christians, led by the Spirit of God, took the “Good News” message to the known world of their day. How did something like that happen? Their belief in the “unseen” promises of Jesus was powerfully manifested in their lives. We pursue that kind of faith today and we invite you to join us on that journey. This class is a continuation from last quarter, but newcomers are absolutely welcome!

Brent Adams

614

Young Adults Class: We Are Church

God calls us to be the Church...not consumers of church. This class will focus on answering these questions, 1) What is the Church? 2) What does it mean to be members of the Church? 3) Is the Church God envisioned what we see today? and 4) What’s next for us? We will be using Francis Chan’s book, Letters to the Church, as a guide for our discussions. This class is a continuation from last quarter, but newcomers are absolutely welcome!

Kyle McKinney
Jordan Robison

503

Believer’s Baptism - A Beautiful Gift
4 weeks: March 29 - April 19

Have you been baptized? If not, have you wondered about baptism? Have you wondered why we encourage people to be baptized? Have you wondered why we do not practice infant baptism? Do you wonder how the Holy Spirit is connected to baptism? This four week class is designed for those who have not been baptized or have questions about their baptism. Come join us as we explore the deep and beautiful theology and practice of baptism.

Jerry Morgan
Doyle Corder

A-4

 

Wednesday Evening

March 25 to May 20

Bible Fellowship Class: Love Does with Bob Goff
7:00pm

This is a conversation about God’s love…and the most amazing thing about that love is that it’s not just a bunch of rules or stuff we have to agree with. God’s love is different. It changes things. It’s active. It works. It risks. God’s love…does. Join us for 5 Wednesdays beginning March 25 as Terry Hays facilitates our conversations in combination with video teaching by Bob Goff.

Terry Hays

614

Celebrate Recovery
6:30pm

Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with emotional hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our lives.

Jeromy Hunter
Jamie Hunter

A-2 Sonrise Cafe

Zacchaeus’ Place
7:00pm

Designed for developmentally delayed adults, Zacchaeus’ Place is our Wednesday night gathering where each week we have a Bible lesson, we sing happy birthday to anyone celebrating, and we have a prayer time that is second to none at Southwest. If you’d like to experience the joy found in this class along with making some new friends, we would love to have you join us.

Brad & Karen Thompson

401

Growing Together: Kids VillageStudents & Parents
Wednesdays in April; Registration Required

6:30-7:45pm

We care about the spiritual development of our children. And while our church events play an important role, they pale in comparison to the role of a parent in a child’s spiritual formation. Kids Village parents and students are invited to join us for the first four Wednesdays in April. We will continue our conversations intended to create a community of parents working together to build spiritually healthy families, while nurturing resilient faith in our kids. Students will be with Rachael, and parents will be with Melissa. Registration is online (southwest.org), and it is needed for parents only; children may participate with or without a parent. REGISTER HERE

Melissa Shaver
Rachael Patterson

Club 513 & Room 601

Marriage Strong - Registration Required by March 23
6:30pm

Marriage Strong is an 8-week conversation series designed to increase our relational health with proactive tools for increased safety, communication, and purpose. This series is well-grounded theologically, written by experienced counselors, and highly practical. Please contact Ryan Porche in the church office (806-352-5647) if you’re interested in experiencing this series.

Ryan Porche
Claudia Porche

Room 503

Community Garden Devotionals & Fellowship
7:00pm

We will have a short devotional and then enjoy fellowship as we work to maintain our Community Garden. Bring a lawn chair and work clothes. All ages are welcome!

Community Garden Team

Family Service Center

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