Week Day & Evening Classes/Groups:

Balancing Act

Room 108
Are you parents who struggle to balance the stresses of family life, work, and a healthy marriage? Do you want to know how to raise your kids in the faith? If you answered yes to either of these questions, Balancing Act is for you! Join us!
Wednesday Evenings from 6:45- 8pm
in Rm. 108.

Women’s Bible Study

Wednesday Evenings at 6:45 p.m. or Thursday Mornings at 9:30 a.m.
The Thursday Morning Women’s Bible Class will be studying – What Makes You Happy, Its Not What You’d Expect, by Andy Stanley.  The time is 9:30am-11:00am in Rm. 136.
This is a 6 week study and will end on April 19th ( missing one week for Spring Break).
Contact Angie McMillan for details: Angelarmcmillan@gmail.com.
Men’s Bible Study 
Wednesday evenings at 6:30p.m. 
in Rm. 136.
We are studying the Old Testament Prophets together. 
Contact Bill Zagrocki for details: 


Invitation to the Old Testiment Study:

Mondays at 12:15 p.m. in Rm. 136. Contact Donna Geiger at dvngeiger@cox.net for details.
Current Schedule:
March 12 Session 6 Division and the Rise of Prophecy
March 19 Session 7 Exile and Response
March 26 Session 8 Restoration and Renewal

Our Upcoming Schedule: Christianity and World Religions, By Adam Hamilton

09 April Chapter 1  Questions People Ask
16 April Chapter 2  Hinduism
23 April Chapter 3  Buddhism
30 April  Chapter 4  Islam
07 May     Chapter 5   Judaism
14 May    Chapter 6  Christianity

Lenten Study: Five Means of Grace,

Wednesdays at 6:45pm in Rm. 110.

Join Pastor Jessica Hargrove for a Lenten study on the Five Means of Grace by Elaine Heath. Through this study, participants will consider how each of the means of grace (prayer, scripture, communion, fasting and fellowship) help us as communities of faith to pray more deeply and live more missionally as followers of Jesus Christ. These means are the ordinary channels that God uses to draw us into a fruitful relationship.

This book guides readers through the five means of grace that John Wesley called “instituted,” meaning these are spiritual practices in which Jesus himself participated and which he encouraged his followers to do. One of the beautiful aspects of Wesley’s theology is that spiritual practices are seamlessly integrated with practices of loving our neighbors well. This is why Wesley said there is no holiness but social holiness. A life of genuine prayer inevitably leads to a life of hospitality, mercy, and justice. During this season of Lent, you are invited to draw closer to God as you grow as a disciple of Jesus Christ. Will you join me?

We will gather for 6 weeks, on Wednesdays evenings (February 21 thru March 28) from 6:45-8pm in Room 110.

Email jessicahargrove@greatbridgeumc.com for any questions. 



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