Clear Pathways to Spiritual Growth

We are all engaged in a life-long process of spiritual growth.  No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we have opportunities for you to develop at your own pace.


Each of our GROW classes and experiences are designed to help meet the specific needs of people at each stage of their journey.


Fall GROW classes begin in September!

The Good and Beautiful Community

Sundays, October 23 – December 18, 8:45 – 9:55am, Library 

Facilitators: Pierre Willems

Cost: $8

What does it look like when we bring spiritual formation and community engagement together?  What spiritual practices can root new, true narratives about God and the world in our souls? How might God equip us to create and sustain “good and beautiful communities” of Christ-followers, shining the light of the Spirit into every relationship?

Roots - A Discipleship Journey

Sundays, September 18 – November 20, 8:45-9:55am, Fellowship Hall

Facilitators: Jessica Burke, Micah Rotich, Nancy Carrier
Cost: $20

Crafted by a church in Nairobi Kenya, Roots will help you discover what it means to be rooted in Christ and part of His family.  Ideal for new believers and those who are re-examining their faith, Roots will help you develop life-long habits for spiritual growth and discover practical ways you can share your faith and make a difference in the world.


Topics include: Our New Identity, Encountering God, Becoming a Christ Follower, Sharing God’s Heart, Shaped for Service, and more!

Emotionally Healthy Relationships

September 28 – November 16, 6:00-7:40pm, Fellowship Hall

Facilitators: Pastor Bill
Cost: $35

This class is designed to help you develop practical skills for loving well.  And since loving others and loving God cannot be separated, you will also be challenged to grow in your personal relationship with Jesus by incorporating stillness, silence, and Scripture into your daily life.

Struggling with Evangelicalism

Sundays, Sept 25 – October 16, 9:00 – 9:55am, Library 

Facilitators: David Huntley and Beth Hodgeman

Cost: $8

In many spaces in our culture, the word “evangelical” is being defined socially and politically rather than theologically.  Is it time to ditch the label?  Using Dan Stringers’ book as a jumping off point, this class will explore evangelicalism’s history, identity and strengths; lament its blind spots, toxicity and complicity with injustice; and, discuss what it takes to redeem it.  Ideal for those who are examining their faith and their relationship with the church.  Not for the faint of heart.

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