The vision for Adult Ministry and our curriculum is to coordinate and interact with Student Ministry and Kids Ministry in a commitment to moving from the Well to the Word to the World.

Life Courses
Our courses are offered during our Sunday Morning Education Hour
from 9:15-10:15am.
Courses are taught by church and community members who are experts in their field, have a passion for their subject, and commit to teaching from a Judeo-Christian perspective.

LIFE COURSES – Fall 2017 (started Sept 10 at 9:15am)


 Gym Doug Adams with Various Speakers


 Hospitality Rm •  Dr. Paul Bialek,  Dr. Chris Firestone with Guest Teachers


 2E • Dr. Chuck Cruise with Guest Teachers


Winter 2017

Gospel-Shaped Political Dialogue (Pastor Tim Higgins)

Gym, March 19-April 2 (3 weeks)

Red voters. Blue voters. Single-issue voters. Never-Trumpers. Those proud of their vote. Those embarrassed of their vote. We sit side-by-side on Sunday mornings, worshipping the same God together. But at the dinner table Sunday night or on the Facebook wall Monday morning, things can get awkward, even within the Body of Christ. At this critical moment, our enemy wants to divide us over politics, but we are determined that he won’t succeed.

For three weeks, join us in the gym as Pastor Tim guides us through some principles regarding how our political dialogue might be increasingly shaped by the gospel. This class will be recorded for those unable to attend.


Apr 6, 2017
“How Should We Say It?”
Week 3 of the Gospel-Shaped Political Dialogue class.
  • Apr 6, 2017“How Should We Say It?”
    Apr 6, 2017
    “How Should We Say It?”
    Week 3 of the Gospel-Shaped Political Dialogue class.
  • Mar 27, 2017“What Should We Say?”
    Mar 27, 2017
    “What Should We Say?”
    Week 2 of the Gospel-Shaped Political Dialogue class.
  • Mar 19, 2017“Should We Engage in Politics More, or Less?”
    Mar 19, 2017
    “Should We Engage in Politics More, or Less?”
    Week 1 of the Gospel-Shaped Political Dialogue class.


Exploring Biblical Hebrew  (David Nonnenmacher)

Hospitality Room, Feb 19 – May 21  (12 weeks)

Studying God’s Word through the original languages introduces to the reader a rewarding adventure that has no end, but it does have a beginning! In this class, your journey starts with the Hebrew alphabet and some basic grammar. With each passing lesson, the study of the language will be observed in a devotional light as you learn how to apply it to your daily walk with the Lord. Come and join in on the discussion as we seek to grow together and be both humbled and uplifted in reading Scripture in the language of its contemporaries. In the words of John Newton, the author of the famous hymn “Amazing Grace”, “The original Scriptures well deserve your pains, and will richly repay them!”

Missional Living  (Stephen and Bethany Labue)

Gym, Jan 8 – Mar 12  (10 weeks)

Have you often wondered how you can be more like Jesus in your day-to-day life? Would you like to have a greater understanding of how you can effectively engage with the people at your “Wells” for the Kingdom’s sake? If you’ve answered yes to either of these questions, or you simply have a thirst for the mission of God, this class is for you. Join us as we seek to follow Jesus and live our faith in the real world, while also desiring to better understand and practice what it means to live with mission in the normal routines of our daily lives.



If you have questions or need more information, contact Karen Santelik at .