9–9:45am • September 1–November 24

The book of Colossians is not a miscellaneous collection of helpful thoughts. In this letter from Paul, our formation into the image of Jesus is at stake. He writes to a young church discovering what it is like to follow Jesus, fully aware of the aggressive powers of darkness working to redefine what is important in their lives. His letter is ancient and particular, written to an ancient and particular congregation in its’ very early history. Join us on Sunday mornings as we explore how the book of Colossians speaks life into our Christian community in the 21st century.

Jan Blackwell

Senior adults

Les Chapman & Tony Brimingham

Room 201
Adults age 35+

Jon Micah Richardson

Room 202
Adults ages 20s–30s

Tim Bewley & Mike Ryan

Room 420
Adults age 40+

Stan Wilson

Room 421
Baby boomers

Bob Abney

Room 422
Adults age 60+

Kyle Rhodes
& Rod Stamps

Room A
College students

Brad Mutchler & Rick Fussell

Community Room
Singles of all ages

Other Sunday Classes

Rodney Cloud

Room 419
Any adults • Biblical Word Studies


6:30–7:15pm • September 4–November 20

Les Chapman

Any adults • New Heaven/New Earth

Is it possible that the future hope of believers is actually “better than Heaven”?

Jon Micah Richardson & Stan Wilson

Room 420/421
Any adults • Streams of Living Water

Hear inspiring stories of faithful people whose lives defined each of the six streams, the dimensions of faith and practice that define Christian tradition.

Jessi Kohring

Room 422
Women of All Ages • A Meditative Study in James

Listen to the Word of God through James as he points to a relationship with Jesus as our older brother. This intimacy with our Lord has many implications to our relationship with each other and our relationship with the Father.