Wednesday Nights Together - 1/26/22-4/27/22

Wednesday Nights Together - Spring 2022

January 26=April 27

Cookout Final Dinner - April 27

Dinner 5:30-6:15 PM ($10 family, $7 couple, $5 individual)

Classes 6:15-7:15 PM Child Care

We provide free child care for children 4 years old and younger. Parents must remain on campus.

Adult Classes

Adult Art Class

Taught by Vicki Swallen, Susan True, and Nancy Wallace, and Cathaleen Wells, Room 101

Enter into the act of making art as if you are praying with your hands. We will be exploring various media and techniques as we make and fill an art journal. Come prepared to celebrate our identity as creators made in the image of God, the Master Creator. No special skills are needed --just bring an open heart and mind.


Led by Pastor Alberto Bent, Choir Room

Can't read music but love to sing to the Lord? Not a problem! We would love to have you join us two Sunday mornings a month as we sing together to praise the Lord and lead the congregation in worship. We will also prepare special services such as Christmas and Easter. Come and make a joyful noise unto the Lord with us. We practice twice a month before the Sundays on which we'll lead worship. 

Creed - What We Believe and Sharing It with Others

Led by Scott Burns, Fellowship Hall

Elementary Hebrew

Led by Kurt Backlund, Room 126

Men’s Fireside Chat

Outdoor Fire Pit in the backfield.

All men are invited to bring a chair and enjoy the fire.

Narnia Book Club - The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Led by Don Angel, Room 226

Kenwood Tutoring

Led by Melody Hamilton, Multipurpose Room

Through this outreach ministry, Kenwood tutors help Kindergarten-3rd-grade students with basic math and literacy skills.


Children's Classes

Child Care

We provide free child care for children 4 years old and younger. Parents must remain on campus. Rooms 1 & 2

Awana Cubbies  6:15-7:15 PM

Taught by Dawn Marosi, Room 3

Children ages 3,4, and 5 are invited to learn God's Word.

Register here

Children’s Choir

Do your children love to sing? Four-year-olds to 6th-grade students will sing together.

Carpentry and Projects Class

Taught by Greg Wallace and Jonathan Kane, Room 127

Children 1st-6th grades will learn the basics of carpentry while making fun take-home projects each week.

5th-8th Grade Fellowship

Led by Emily Shiverski, Outside/Youth Room

Discussion and games.


Past Classes 2021

Question of the Week Class Topic Schedule

September 15

How do we know the Bible is true?

Taught by Dr. David Palmer

At least 35 authors wrote books of the Bible over multiple centuries.  Many of the authors did not walk with Christ or even live when He did. This class will provide information to help you understand the Bible as a book of faith rooted in the truth.  What you learn can increase your understanding of the Bible and increase your confidence in talking about it.

September 22

Where are key Biblical locations now?

Taught by Elder Don Angel and Lyle Fiore

If you have ever wondered where the Garden of Eden, Noah’s Ark, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Jerusalem, and other Biblical locations are, this class is for you. Learn where to find some of the Bible’s most notable locations.

September 29

How are the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit different? 

Taught by Dennis Metzger, retired pastor

We hear about the Trinity:  Father (God), Son (Jesus), and Holy Spirit.  They are one and yet they are three.  How can that be? This session will explore each member of the Trinity as one, as separate entities, and provide examples of how they act in your life.

October 6

Who is Jesus?  Where is He?  What is He doing now?

Taught by Mike Owen, Ph.D. Divinity candidate

We may recognize Jesus’ name and know that He died for our sins.  Beyond that, who is He really? In this session we will learn how Jesus spent His time and dive into where He lives, and what He is doing now.

October 13

Why did Jesus have to suffer for my sins?

Taught by Dr. Christine Palmer

In this session, we will explore why Jesus had to die for our sins and why He had to die the kind of death He did. In addition, we will discuss how Jesus’ death forgave our sins and what we must do to be saved.

October 20

Why do bad things happen to good people?

Taught by Pastor Scott Burns

The answer to this question is not simple, “No one is good for all have sinned.” This question is sincerely asked through the lens of people who have done all they can to obey God’s law, follow the rules, and have done the right things, so to speak. This session will appeal to people who are grieving a serious illness or the death of a loved one, their own personal issues, and/or a situation they see in the country or world.

October 27

What does the Bible say about family?

Taught by our Pastor for Children and Families Sara O’Connor

  • The goal for this session is to expand people’s understanding of who is considered family from a Christian’s standpoint and how we should interact with them.
  • We get isolated in our immediate blood relatives and do not extend our thinking beyond that.
  • Explore our biblical responsibilities to our immediate families, community families, and church families.
  • How does He want us to interact with our family?

November 3

What does the Bible say about work?

Taught by Elder Don Angel and Lyle Fiore

Most of humanity has to work to survive and thrive. What should our outlook on work be? Is it a blessing all the time?

November 10

Why does the Bible talk about money?

Taught by John Jordan, Deacon Chair

Money is the second most discussed topic in the Bible. We will explore what it means for our spiritual lives.

November 17

What does it mean to live like a Christian?  What are the benefits of doing so?

Taught by Carlene Naughton, Elder

Christians strive to live a Godly life and to model Christ’s actions. This class will explore what living a Christian life means including reflecting on what exactly a Christian is, what rules if any, Christians have to follow, and the benefits of living a Christian life.