Looking for a place to grow your faith? Join a small growth group! These groups of 6‑12 people meet during the week to share their lives, study the Scriptures to understand God’s will, and pray together. For more information, please call the contact for each study.
Tuesdays @ 7:00 p.m -“The God You May Not Know” is a 12-week video and book series by David Jeremiah. In this teaching series, Dr. Jeremiah will introduce you to the God you may not know—to His knowledge, holiness, all-pervasive presence, unlimited power, love, and the other qualities that make Him who He is. Knowing our eternal God changes our daily lives—and He is well worth knowing, for He alone is worthy of all praise! This study is held at Judith Beards’ home @ 9501 – 80 Street.
For more information, please call Judith at 780-997-9737 or 587-987-2128.
NEW: Starting on February 5th: Wednesdays @ 6:15 p.m – Weekly potluck/Bible study at the church. Join us for a potluck dinner and with an open heart to learn about “The Daniel Dilemma: How to Stand Firm and Love Well in a Culture of Compromise“. Chris Hodges uses the book of Daniel to show how to stand strong, stay engaged, love others, and do good in the ever-shifting ungodly culture around us. Learn how to be influential without compromising your values.
For more information, please see Jane Keenan or give her a call at 780-992-1211.
Fridays @ 9:30 a.m. Women are welcome to join the Bible study, “Trustworthy: Overcoming Our Greatest Struggles to Trust God” at the Sutherland home at 9709 – 93 Avenue. In this 6-session study of 1 & 2 Kings, you can join Lysa TerKeurst in Israel as she honestly reveals the places of distrust in her own heart while exploring the deeply personal applicable Scriptures that will teach us how to truly trust God.
For more info, please call Tracy Sutherland at 780-908-9392.
Saturday TBD @ 9:30 a.m. There will be a ladies potluck breakfast at the church, followed by a new Bible study by Lysa TerKeurst called, “Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out and Lonely“. Rejection often finds its way into our hearts at an early age. Perhaps as a child you were teased mercilessly for your hair or clothes, or you received an injury and couldn’t play the sport you loved and had to watch from the sidelines, or maybe like Lysa TerKeurst, an adult who should have cared for you and nurtured you, left without explanation. These wounds dig deep into our sense of self, and can resurface in surprising ways as an adult. However, this doesn’t have to be the end of the story.
For more information, please see Jane Keenan or give her a call at 780-992-1211. Details of additional study dates to be announced.