January - March 2018 

 

General Adult - Room: Fellowship Hall

Come one, come all! We don’t check your ID at the door. You don’t have to pass a basic Bible knowledge quiz to get in. If you’re interested in learning more about the Bible in an open atmosphere which includes both lecture and discussion, this group is for you. You can sit quietly and listen or join in the conversation. Either way, many guests and new members find this a great entry point into Twickenham.

Topic: Jesus & the Kingdom of God

The Kingdom of God is central to Jesus' message. In fact, Kingdom of God is a theme that spans the entire Bible. So what does it mean for Jesus to bring the Kingdom of God? That’s what we’ll explore in the Fellowship Hall Journey Group.

Teacher: Dan Beasley

Young Adults/Professional/College Class - Room: Fellowship Hall

We believe today’s young adults, people in their 20s-30s, are more open to being challenged than the church is sometimes willing to risk. If you are seeking to grow in your relationship with God and others – and not afraid to ask hard questions and confront inconvenient truths – this community is for you. 

Topic: Jesus & the Kingdom of God

Note - This group, which normally meets in S203, will be combined in Fellowship Hall class for Jan-March

The Kingdom of God is central to Jesus' message. In fact, Kingdom of God is a theme that spans the entire Bible. So what does it mean for Jesus to bring the Kingdom of God? That’s what we’ll explore in the Fellowship Hall Journey Group.

Teacher: Dan Beasley

Young Marrieds & Young Families Class - Room S201/202

Whether you’re still picking the rice out of your hair or are already driving that minivan you swore you’d never own, navigating family life requires lots of support and encouragement. Classes and discussion start with scripture and always circle around to applications specific to marriage and family. Then, there’s the friendships, understanding and practical help you’ll need when things get tough.

Topic: Living Jesus

The Sermon on the Mount is more than great ideas by a great teacher. It is a way of life. In his book, Living Jesus, Randy Harris invites you not just to understand these great teachings but to live them in ways you never before imagined.  Centered on the entire contents of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew 5-7, it unpacks the sermon in hard-hitting, easy-to-understand, and practical ways. The single most important interpretive key for the sermon, says Randy Harris, is to believe that Jesus really intended for us to live these teachings.  The Sermon on the Mount is livable and this book is a guide to the greatest teaching of all time that will change your life forever.

Teachers: Brian Bellomy and James Miller

General Adult Class - Room S203

Topic: Growth and Prayer in the Spirit 

Description: The purpose of this class is to cultivate the work of the Spirit in our lives and to walk deeper in the Spirit. This class is a continuation of our search for a deeper life in the Holy Spirit that brings glory to God. It is not all formal teaching but more an emphasis of experiencing and being led by the Spirit.

Facilitated by Tom Carter

Spiritually Single Class - Room S204

Sometimes, churches can seem like they are exclusively designed for couples or families. This group is different. It is composed of folks who find themselves searching, and on a spiritual level, having to go it alone. When you walk through our door, though, you discover that there are others willing to make that journey with you. If you are looking for a group that is open and honest about life, welcome home.

Topic: Living Jesus

The Sermon on the Mount is more than great ideas by a great teacher. It is a way of life. In his book, Living Jesus, Randy Harris invites you not just to understand these great teachings but to live them in ways you never before imagined.  Centered on the entire contents of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew 5-7, it unpacks the sermon in hard-hitting, easy-to-understand, and practical ways. The single most important interpretive key for the sermon, says Randy Harris, is to believe that Jesus really intended for us to live these teachings.  The Sermon on the Mount is livable and this book is a guide to the greatest teaching of all time that will change your life forever.

Teacher: Thom McKee

SonLight Class - Room S205

If you are the kind of person who doesn’t mind questioning your own conclusions, confronting your own perspectives and intentionally exposing yourself to diverse opinions, the Sonlight class is for you. Our children are mostly raised and out of the house (mostly), so we enjoy spending time together both in and out of class. Stop by and visit us. You’ll find spirited but respectful discussion. And maybe make some new friends.

Topic: Living Jesus

The Sermon on the Mount is more than great ideas by a great teacher. It is a way of life. In his book, Living Jesus, Randy Harris invites you not just to understand these great teachings but to live them in ways you never before imagined.  Centered on the entire contents of the Sermon on the Mount found in Matthew 5-7, it unpacks the sermon in hard-hitting, easy-to-understand, and practical ways. The single most important interpretive key for the sermon, says Randy Harris, is to believe that Jesus really intended for us to live these teachings.  The Sermon on the Mount is livable and this book is a guide to the greatest teaching of all time that will change your life forever.

Teachers: Glen Laird & Steve Owens

Friendship Class - Room S206

Do you remember where you were when Sputnik circled the planet? How about rotary telephones? Or when you had to get up and walk across the room to change the channel on the TV? Those who attend the Friendship Class remember. But we welcome anyone who wants to study God’s Word in an accepting atmosphere and make rich, meaningful friendships. After all, that’s the name of our group!

Topic: What is the Gospel?

What is the gospel? It seems like a simple question.  How are we to formulate a clear, biblical understanding of the gospel? Tradition, reason, and experience all leave us ultimately disappointed. If we want answers, we must turn to the Word of God.  Beginning with Paul's systematic presentation of the gospel in Romans and moving through the sermons in Acts, we will see that the central structure of the gospel consists of four main subjects: God, man, Christ, and a response. We will carefully examine each and then explore the effects the gospel can have in individuals, churches, and the world. 

Teacher: Lee Potts

Ladies - Room S108

The Ladies class will be studying the New Testament books of 1, 2 Thessalonians and Jude. 

Teachers: Various

Why Our Members Chose Twickenham

God is doing great things here and we want to be included. So many opportunities to be of service or just get together to get to know and love the people who are already members. We can’t wait to grow roots here.

We came for the children’s program, but we are already in love with the adult classes and the people.

It’s a church family we’d like to invite our neighbors to attend. Its members help and share with those in need.

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