Wednesday Night Bible Studies and Classes
Fun, fellowship and stimulating learning partnered with creative children's and youth programming offers a "bring the whole family" approach on Wednesday evenings with various Bible Study classes, September through May. Bible studies are also accompanied by a Wednesday Fellowship Dinner. Below is a list of the adult classes offered, as well as a menu for this week's dinner. To view the Youth or Children's events, please visit the Children's Ministry or Youth Ministry pages.
Wednesday Fellowship Dinners (restarts january 11)
Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 pm | Christian Activity Center, Gym
Meal Cost: Adults $7| Children 12 & Under $4| Family Max $25
*Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches will also be available at each meal.
Catering provided by Millie's Table
Wednesday Night Bible Studies, Classes and activities
The Salvation of Doctor Who
Taught by Okie Geek Michael Cross
Christian Activity Center, Room 210 | 6:30 pm
In The Salvation of Doctor Who, pastor and author Matt Rawle draws on the long-running TV show and cult favorite Doctor Who to chart the intersection of faith and science. Chapters include “Bigger on the Inside,” “God and Time and God’s Time,” “The Oldest Question in the Universe,” and “The Sonic Screwdriver Is Mightier Than the Sword.” The Salvation of Doctor Who is part of The Pop in Culture Series of Bible studies in which Matt Rawle stirs up a tasty gumbo of insight, humor, and inspiration based on some of your favorite pop culture classics.
Disciple I Class
Taught by Bill Todd
Christian Activity Center, Room 209 | 6:00 pm
Becoming disciples through Bible Study
DISCIPLE is a program of disciplined Bible study aimed at developing strong Christian leaders.
The study gives the Old and New Testaments equal time, emphasizing the wholeness of the Bible as a revelation of God. DISCIPLE draws upon the work of scholars, the personal Bible reading and study of the participant, and dynamic group discussion to aid understanding of the Bible.
Disciple II Class
Taught by Rev. Joe Davis & Jim VanDerwiele
Christian Activity Center, Room 208 | 6:00 pm
Into the Word, Into the World
This study proclaims the transforming power of Scripture while teaching Bible study skills that take participants deeper into the Scripture. The importance of keeping Bible study related to witness is reinforced while participants are encouraged to practice spiritual disciplines arising out of Scripture for the purpose of changing habits and transforming lives. The study also emphasizes the rhythm of coming to God and going for God, of being in the Word and in the world individually and corporately. This study understands the growing Christian as under discipline in community and in ministry to the world. Disciple: Into the Word Into the World approaches all experiences of life as opportunities for faithful witness and service.
"Have a New Family by Friday" by Dr. Kevin Leman
Taught by Megan Borum
Main Building, Room 108 | 6:05 pm
Every member of a family plays a vital role in the health and happiness of the household. Everyone is important, deserves to be treated with love and respect, and needs to know that when they make mistakes they will still be loved unconditionally.
Parenting expert Dr. Kevin Leman says it is, and he’s ready to show moms and dads exactly how they can make it happen in their family--in just five days. He shows families how to
· communicate honestly and kindly
· prioritize the right things
· maintain great attitudes and behaviors
· determine the role they play in the family structure
· make family time count
Parables of Jesus
Taught by Associate Pastor Don Vaught
CAC | 6:00 pm
An eight week “Parables of Jesus” study will be offered Wednesday nights beginning January 11, 2017. Associate Pastor Don Vaught will lead this study as we struggle together with a fresh eye to these parables in light of our own life experiences. You will not need to purchase anything. Come join us for this revealing study into the mind and spirit of Jesus. Each session will be from 6-7 pm in the Christian Activity Center.
Led by Music Director Andrew Schaeffer, Edmond FUMC offers two children’s choirs that exist to provide children with opportunities to become deeply devoted followers of Christ by instilling a love for and understanding of worship.
Cherub Choir (4-year olds and Kindergarteners) -- learn how to sing accurately, develop his/her singing voice for use in worship and begin to learn the basics of music reading.
Chorister Choir (1st through 4th graders) -- learn the fundamentals of music reading and learn about the seasons of the church year.