Cultures In Conflict study

You are invited to join our Adult Sunday School class for a new That the World May Know study, beginning Sunday, September 8. Cultures In Conflict is the latest volume in the That the World May Know series, led by Bible study teacher Ray Vander Laan. LIFE AMONG PAGANS. How do you live in a culture where the worldview conflicts with Christianity? Learn from Paul as he presents his beliefs to the most powerful court in Athens and settles among the Greco-Romans of Corinth, who valued wealth and class, worship of multiple gods, and decadent pleasure seeking above all else....

Summer Adult Bible Study Begins June 2

An Introduction to Wisdom Literature.   From Pastor Ted: For what may be my last opportunity to teach a Bible study, I wanted to consider materials less frequently examined.  With that in mind, I zeroed in on the wisdom literature (of the Old Testament).  The Psalms are commonly studied, the Proverbs might be too diverse for a cohesive/comprehensive study, Job might require an advanced degree in theology/philosophy, and Song of Solomon … well, might be too risqué for an old, conservative individual like me.  Ecclesiastes seems to be just right.              Over nine lessons, I’m using two curricula of R.C....

A Clash of Kingdoms study begins April 28

You are invited to join us for a study of A Clash of Kingdoms, by historian and Bible teacher Ray Vander Laan, which will begin Sunday, April 28. From the product description:"In this fifteenth volume of That The World May Know®, discover how Paul communicated the Good News of Christ to Philippi, a Roman colony that worshipped false gods. Can you live the message as Paul did while he encouraged the church in Philippi to consider itself a colony of heaven, not Rome? Consider your citizenship and the message you convey to the world as Ray Vander Laan takes you...

New Adult Bible Study begins September 9

All adults are invited to join us at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings, beginning September 9, for a study of Ruth and Esther. The books of Ruth and Esther recount two of the most moving stories in all of Scripture: Ruth, a displaced widow in search of a new home and loving husband, and Esther, a courageous queen intent on saving her people from imminent destruction. This guide explains the biblical text with clarity and passion - leading us on a journey to discover the God who hears the cries of his people and remains faithful to his promises. Caroline...

Our New Church Year Begins September 10!

Our new church year begins on September 10 with our annual Welcome Back Sunday! At Christ Alone Church, we believe discipleship is vital to everyone’s Christian walk, and we believe that Sunday School is an important part of discipleship. We offer Sunday School for children and youth ages 4K-12th grade, and registration begins on Sunday, August 20.  Sunday School begins at 8:30 a.m. This year, we are pleased to announce that we are offering two Adult Sunday School opportunities: Experiencing the Heart of Jesus: Do you have a basic understanding of Christ, but long for a deeper experience of Him? Through...

Summer at Christ Alone Church

Christ Alone Church is not a church that will be going on vacation this summer!  Check out our study, mission and fellowship opportunities: Men's & Women's Bible Study (Wednesdays) The Men's and Women's Bible study groups will be meeting together every Wednesday beginning Wednesday, June 7, at 6:30 p.m. Study leaders Ed Keating and Ruth Vollrath will lead the group in a study of the book, The Power of Prayer and the Ministry of the Word: Against all odds, 2,000 years ago 12 men turned the world upside down by dedicating themselves to these two spiritual disciplines.  It was against all odds...

Secret Church 2017 registration open!

SCRIPTURE AND AUTHORITY IN AN AGE OF SKEPTICISMFRIDAY, APRIL 21, 20175:30PM-12:30AM CDT(Please arrive at 5:00 p.m.) THIS YEAR'S TOPIC The Bible is the foundation for faith among followers of Christ in churches around the world. Yet many such Christians never think to ask why this is the case. After all . . . How did we get this holy book? Who decided what would and wouldn't be included in it? How do we know it's true? Are there any errors in it? Is it necessary? Is it sufficient? Is it authoritative for my life? How can I understand it? Even...

Renovator’s Dream (Nehemiah) study begins April 2!

The Adult Bible Study will begin a new study, Renovator's Dream, a study of the book of Nehemiah, on Sunday, April 2 beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Room 11 (lower level). From the product description: It has been called a builder's manual, a handbook on management and a how-to guide for getting your employees to do their jobs. But is leadership and building really what the book of Nehemiah is all about? The book of Nehemiah brings the biblical record of Israel's rise and fall to a close—it is the last historical Bible book before the time of Jesus. It...

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly study begins January 15

On Sunday, January 15, the  Adult Sunday School will begin a new study in their series on discernment, entitled The Good, the Bad & the Ugly, a study of the book of Judges.   From the study's description: "It was a time of heroes, of daring rescues and mighty warriors, or merciless enemies and epic battles; a time of fear, a time of revenge, a time when every man did what was right in his own eyes". Or that's how the movie trailer would go. The book of Judges is certainly a dark and gruesome part of the Bible, in which Israel...

Pentecost, Mission Sale & Congregational Luncheon on Sunday!

Pentecost is this Sunday (May 15), so remember to wear red! Following the worship service, please check out the wonderful items our Sunday School Children have made, and consider buying some as gifts!  All proceeds will go to the youth mission trip this summer. Lastly, bring a salad and join us for a congregational luncheon, where the revitalization team will share their five year vision.