9:30 and 11:00 AM
Classes available: 8:15, 9:30 and 11:00 AM
Sunday morning classes are available for all ages, preschool to adult. View times and locations for preschool, children, students or adult Connect Groups or visit any Welcome Center for a complete listing.
Led by Rando Acres • 7:00-8:30 pm • Building D, Room 210
College & 20s worship is a place for college students and people in their 20s to connect with one another as we seek to worship God throughout our lives. Each Sunday night we gather together for a time of worship and teaching. Here you can be encouraged in your faith and motivated to take the next step in your spiritual journey. Learn more. ››
5:00-6:00 pm • Worship Center Decision Room
In This House We Will Giggle: Making Virtues, Love and Laughter a Daily Part of Your Family Life
Led by Danette Fleming • January 11-March 15 • 5:00-6:00 pm • Worship Center, Lower Level, Room WC28
September 8, 2014-April 27, 2015 • 6:30-8:00 pm • Modular D, Room 6
This class is designed to help anyone studying for US citizenship. You may join this class at any time.
Celebrate Recovery is a safe place where men and women can share their struggles, strengths, hurts and hopes with others in a Christ-centered recovery process. Dinner is served at 6:00 PM followed by large group, share groups and dessert.
Share group topics include: Women's Groups: Codependency, Mixed Issues, Chemical and Substance Abuse. Men's Groups: Mixed Issues and Chemical and Substance Abuse. Learn more about Celebrate Recovery. ››
New sessions begin on January 12.
9:30 am-12:00 pm
Studies: Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians and Colossians
*WEDNESDAY CLASSES ARE FROM 6:30-8:00 pm UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.
Worship ChoirLed by John Williams • Worship Center Choir Room
Choir is open to high school students and adults with a heart to serve by leading worship. No experience is necessary. Join at any rehearsal. Learn more. ››
Worship OrchestraLed by Charles Brown • Worship Center Orchestra Room
Orchestra is open to anyone with high school or higher playing experience. No audition is required. Learn more. ››
Midweek Worship ServiceWorship, Prayer and Bible Study • January 7-March 18 • Building B, Room 100
Living the Psalms: We all have those days: when small problems become crises, when doubt begins to overwhelm faith, when exhaustion hits and depression colors the world black. The fact is the daily grind of life is not going away! Since we cannot escape it, we must find a way to live beyond it.
Stay Fit (for men only)Led by Steven Link • Ongoing • Hebron Christian Academy High School Gym
Stay Fit is a workout for the mind, body and soul. Join us Wednesday nights for weightlifting, cross-training and fellowship. Learn how to get and stay fit physically, mentally and spiritually. For more information, call 770.237.5362.
Sportsmen's MinistryLed by Nick Gibson • Ongoing • Modular B, Room 8 • Weather permitting, the class will meet outside, behind the modulars.
Are you passionate about the great outdoors? On Wednesday nights, Hebron is the place to be. Join us for Bible study and discussion about hunting, fishing, hiking, firearms, camping, biking and so much more. For more information, call 770.237.5362.
Men's Bible StudyJanuary 7-May 20 • Building D, Room 110
This class is an in-depth Bible study for men 18 and above. It will consist of both lecture and small group discusion. The focus will be on learning the Bible and applying it to our everyday lives.
Led by Andy Nelms • January 7-April 29 • Modular B, Room 7 • Please preregister at email@example.com or call 404.925.6027 • Cost: $8 for study guide.
This interactive class is intended for Christians of all levels of knowledge. If you aren't a Christian or aren't sure of your salvation, join us as we will study the scripture at such a level that a novice could understand, but we will tackle issues that will interest all levels of students of the Bible.
Come and meet Jesus through the eyes of the Apostle John and listen to Jesus through God's Word as He speaks lovingly to sinners and harshly to religious leaders who were leading the people astray. Meet Jesus for the first time or meet Him again.
Find answers to many questions, such as “Did Jesus really claim to be God?” “Did Jesus really die on the cross?” “Is there really life after death?” “Is there really a place called Hell?” and more.
Led by Kelly McGee • March 11-April 29 (No class April 8 due to Spring Break) • Modular B, Room 4
The letters of 1, 2, & 3 John were written to encourage followers of Jesus to remain faithful to the truth. Believers are challenged to look at contrasting themes such as walking in the light instead of darkness, truth versus lies and deception, loving God more than loving the world, and the meaning of true fellowship and community rather than shallowness. This study reveals not only the heart of John but also the heart of Jesus.
Workbooks may be purchased through Lifeway.
Led by Kim Chassion and Beth Hall • Introductory Session: Sunday, March 29 • 3:00-4:00 pm • Modular B, Room 5 • Class: April 1-June 24 (No class April 8 due to Spring Break and June 17 due to VBC) • Modular B, Room 5
Workbooks may be purchased through www.firstplacehealth.com
This study will help you examine the way in which you live your life so you can focus on the present, leave the past behind and avoid worrying about tomorrow. Starting right here, right now, we can make course corrections in how we use our time so that every day is truly our best day. The study will guide you through biblical principles that will show you how to embrace life day by day, seize each moment, and use your time wisely in the power of the Holy Spirit.
Now-May 13, 2015 • 6:30-8:15 pm • Modular D • Cost: $35 for textbook
Classes are offered for beginners through advanced levels. Students may enroll in any class until March 25. Childcare is available. Learn more. ››
Brian Smith, High School Pastor • 6:30-8:00 pm • Chapel
At 6:30, we open the doors for Back Stage in Lobby A of the Chapel. This is a good time to hang out in a party-like atmosphere and catch up with friends. At 7:00, Stage launches into a powerful worship experience that always centers on relevant truth from God's Word. This is all designed specifically for high school students. Learn more. › ›
Flaviu Pop, Middle School Pastor • 6:30-8:00 pm • The Studio
We meet at 6:30 for a time of fun, games, eating together (at a small cost) and plenty of hang-out time. Afterward, we move into the Studio for an energy-filled time of worship and Bible study, geared specifically with the middle school student in mind. Learn more. › ›
5:30-6:30 pm • Building A, Room 211, 213, 216 • Girls Grades 6-8
Girls' Discipleship Groups exist to draw middle school girls into a closer walk with Jesus Christ. These are accountability groups that meet with a leader weekly. Learn more. › ›
5:30-6:30 pm • Building A, Room 305, 306, 307 • Guys Grades 6-8
We are raising up a generation of godly young men through mentoring middle school guys and encouraging them in their faith. This is also a great source of accountability for young men as they seek to overcome the struggles they face. Learn more. › ›
Led by Betty Lumpkin • 2nd and 4th Thursday • 6:30-8:00 pm • Building B, Conference Room
We offer ongoing support and encouragement for writers at all levels of expertise and various genres. Visitors are welcome at any meeting. For information, call ext. 285 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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