Adult Classes and Bible Studies

Weekly Bible Studies
Men & Women's Luncheon Bible Study
  • 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Tuesday of each month at 11:00 am in the Family Life Center in room 6206
  • Leader: Luanne Kemper 
Women's Bible Study
  • Wednesday's at 9:30 am in the Family Life Center in room 6204
Men's Bible Study 
  • Saturday's at 7:00 am in the Mission House 
Wednesday Night Adult Classes
Our Wednesday night classes are from  6:15 to 7:30 pm and meet in our Family Life Center.
Before classes, dinner is offered each Wednesday at 5:30 pm in the gym. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the church office or putting a reservation card in the Sunday offering plate. 
Examples of Past Class Offerings 
  • Celebration of Discipline- by Richard Foster

    • This class will explore the "classic Disciplines," or central spiritual practices, of the Christian faith. Along the way, Foster shows how through these practices spiritual growth can be found. Foster demonstrates how these Disciplines can become part of our daily activities--and how they can help us shed our superficial habits and "bring the abundance of God into our lives."

  • The God we Can Know- by Rob Fuquay

    • Getting to know God means getting to know ourselves. The more we know who God is the more we know who we are. The Gospel of John records several declarations of Jesus known as the “I Am” sayings.  This 7-week study is designed to explore each of those sayings and will help you to reflect on the most essential question in the Christian faith, "Who do you say I am?"

  • Disciple Fast Track

    •  Though this study participants receive a thorough introduction to the Bible in a 24 weeks study with 12 sessions in the Old Testament and 12 in the New Testament. Disciple Fast Track is an adaptation of the original, Disciple Bible Study, which provides a viable option for busy people seeking comprehensive engagement over time with the entire biblical text

  • Making Sense of the Bible- Adam Hamilton

    • This study invites readers into an honest conversation about the Bible. The book begins with foundational questions such as, How and when was the Bible written? Who decided which books made it into the scriptures and why? How literally must we read it? And, Is the Bible ever wrong? Hamilton considers the real questions people frequently ask that continue to divide Christians and denominations alike. 

For current class offerings contact Christina Waters at cwaters@orangeparkumc.org