Tri-Cities Church is offering some great opportunities for you to grow in your faith and learn something new. Each of the following classes will be offered for seven Wednesdays this Winter: January 17 to February 7; February 21 to March 7. Classes will begin at 7 pm. A light meal ($3 each, $12 max for families) will be served at 6 pm. Please register by clicking here.
The culture and the church in Bible times were just as crazy as they are today: immorality, prejudice, segregation, and divisions! The apostle Paul addressed many of these issues in his first letter to the Corinthians. His main message: the heartbeat of the Christian life is grace. This study provides a compelling path to the kind of grace that leads to compassionate ministry and influential witness.
Led by Adam Stovall & Orlando Strozier
The book of Titus challenges us to display the gospel through doing good works. We do good, not to earn God’s favor, but as a result of God’s favor. When the gospel truly takes root in our lives, it produces the fruit of godliness. As we pass these things on to future generations, the Church stands in bright contrast to the darkness of the world.
Led by Wesley Bolden & Joe Samuel
The Holy Spirit was sent to help us make much of Christ--to reflect His glory to the world. So why do we try to live as if the Spirit isn't real? Are we afraid of truly being led by the Spirit? This study of the Holy Spirit invites us to embrace a Spirit-led life!
Led by Kim Bolden & Lukas Fortunato
If we want to be like Jesus, we need to have compassion! But what does that mean? Teens will have a great experience discussing compassion and care for our world, while creating unique pieces of art.
Led by Elizabeth Reid & Team
Do you know where the book of Habakkuk is??? How many books of poetry are in the Bible? Kids 6th Grade and under will have a blast while they learn their way in and around the Old and New Testaments.
Led by Jamie Stovall & Team