The weather outside may be cold, but there's lots happening at Saxe Gotha!
Wednesday Nights 6:30 – 7:30 pm
January 12, 2022 – February 23, 2022
The Armor of God: Field Guide for Battle
Paul’s description of the armor of God in Ephesians 6 is more than a pretty piece of literature. It is how we believers are to live each day of our lives. Come learn about each piece of the armor and how to pray as a victorious warrior. Please bring your Bible. Location: Main Building 155
The Book of Jonah
Many people think the small book of Jonah is just a big whale of a tale for children. It is God’s story of redemption for all His children, no matter their ages and no matter their disobedience. This class is taught by Dr. Barry Jenkins, a new member of our church family. Barry is a retired ECO Presbyterian minister and father of member Ryan Jenkins. Please bring your Bible. Location: Main Building 152/Library
Christianity and Wokeness: How the Social Justice Movement Is Hijacking the Gospel - and the Way to Stop It
The term “wokeness” that emerged from the social unrest of 2020 has swept through schools, businesses and even sports. Join Jim Glatz, Brad Farrar and Matt Patterson as they explore these current topics and point to the only hope for our world: Christ crucified for us. Book: $15.00. Location: Light House 112/113
Run For God: Finding God in a Runner’s Space
What is Run For God? It is a changed body, a changed life, a community of support and a deeper understanding of how God plays a role in all of it. Run for God draws the parallels of faith and endurance. Jenni Gannon and Jennifer Gibbons know what it feels like to be right where you are. Maybe it's lack of drive, obesity, spiritual malnutrition or just a loss of motivation. It doesn't matter if you're a brand-new runner or a seasoned veteran – let’s Run for God! Location: Main Building 151
Join us for Kids and Youth Programs! Preschool and Kid's Choir, Seekers, Club45, Oasis and Refuge will all be re-starting!
The 13-week GriefShare 2022 class will be offered beginning January 16 in the Library Room 152, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
It can be very hard to deal with the loss of a loved one. Daily life, responsibilities and the many feelings that are associated with a death can be difficult to manage. You are not alone. Come and join us as we look at ways to manage the many aspects of life that have changed. Being with others that have lived through the passing of a loved one, along with being around others that understand how you feel, can be very beneficial. We are here for you. Workbook, $20.
You are invited to join us for an evening of good food and entertainment. Just register below and let us know if you need childcare. If you aren't able to attend this year, donations for the Mission Trip to Jamaica can be made by scanning the QR code. Looking forward to this event!