Wednesday Nights Family Gathering
March 21, 2018
Pirkle's will be our Caterer
Adults & Students: Apple Buttered Baked Ham,
Mac & Cheese, Seasoned Greens,
Buttermilk Biscuits & Dessert
Kids Fast Food: Chick-fil-A
Each semester there is a new mixture of adult offerings on Wednesday Nights at 6:15 such as: Christ and Culture Forums, Pastor's class, PresbyWhat?, Divorce Care, and marriage small groups.
Fellowship Hall Class
“LIGHT INTO DARKNESS: A STUDY OF THE INCARNATION” – While the church should seek to know and study all the events surrounding Jesus’ life, there are some that demand more of our attention than others. The Incarnation of Jesus Christ is one of those events that calls for greater reflection as it is filled with deep mystery and beauty. In the light spectrum of our Emmanuel, the hue of God’s infinite love and grace shines with great brilliance. The Scriptures teach us that the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. Yet what does this mean? How does this impact my life today? These and other questions will be explored in the class. So join us on Wednesday Nights at 6:15 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall as Rev. Bill Pardue leads us through this 5-week study on the truths and implications surrounding the Incarnation.
"GOSPEL-CENTERED DISCERNMENT AND PROTECTION IN THE DIGITAL AGE " - At the conclusion of our January Christ & Culture Forum on Technology, many families asked about practical, detailed ways to safeguard their hearts and homes in the digital age. In light of this, starting Wednesday, March 21 there will be a 5-week class offered that will take a closer look at specific issues, protection, and resources surrounding many topics (such as Social Media, Filters, Apps, Cyberbullying, Texting, Devices, and more) as well strategies and safeguards for the heart as it relates to remaining Gospel-centered on the ever-expanding digital frontier. This class is recommended for parents and non-parents alike, but space is limited - please email Dave Abernathy at to sign up!
Couples Small Group
New groups formed as needed. Please contact Rev. Bill Pardue at for more information.