Learn more about Bible Studies and Sunday Morning Classes at West End Community Church below.

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PAIGE BROWN'S BIBLE STUDY

Wednesday Bible Study with Paige Brown will kick off again on September 6 at both 10 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

For eight weeks this fall, men and women will be gathering at West End Community Church to learn from God's word together as we study the letters to the seven churches from Revelation 1-3.

Childcare is offered at both the morning and evening studies, but space is limited! Registration will close when the spaces are filled.
 

 
 


SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES (SMCs) are gatherings of people seeking to connect with one another weekly around time in the Word on Sunday mornings. Adult SMCs meet on the 3rd floor of the Discipleship Center. Any and all are welcome to join an ongoing class at any point. No registration is required to attend. Stop by the Info Desk at West End if you'd like more details. These new classes kick off September 10. 

The Gospel of Luke | led by Michael Armentrout and Scott Sims | Room 348

Luke, the author of the Gospel and Acts, is trying to accomplish something much different from other gospel writers. Not merely trying to persuade his reader about some individual aspect of the life or person of Jesus, Luke presents a whole history, the story of salvation starting from just before John the Baptist's birth. Join us this fall as we explore the ways that Luke shows us God’s rule over history, the role of Jesus in our salvation, and the new community he gathers in the Holy Spirit. Seeing Jesus through the eyes of Luke will help us explore what it means to be part of God's story ourselves. 

 

Spirituality in the Raw | led by Jon Young | Room 346

A great pastor of the past once described the Book of Psalms as, “An Anatomy of all the Parts of the Soul.” He went on to argue that there is not a single human emotion that is not expressed and represented in this great book of the Old Testament. In the Psalms, we see the soul laid bare. In the Psalms, we learn from ancient texts the ancient ways of cultivating a life of faith and faithfulness, of bold honesty before God and others, and a life of joy unbound to circumstances. Join us as this Fall as we journey together through the worship book of Israel. We will study select psalms representing each of the various genres represented in the Psalter. And we will wrestle together with how these timeless words should form both our lives and our worship.