Classes and studies are offered to help equip you along the way.  Whether you are exploring Christ, struggling in your finances or just want to study the Bible more in-depth, check out one of our classes or studies.

Ward DNA

  • Three Sundays (Upcoming Dates + Registration Below)
  • 11:00 a.m. in the Hub Meeting Room (next to the Special Needs Suite)
  • Teacher: Pam Dodge

This three-week class explores Ward’s DNA—our beliefs in three key areas: God’s Story, Your Story, and the World’s Story. We want all who attend Ward to be equipped in becoming disciples growing in love for God, self, and others. Join us and discover what Ward is all about! Attending this class is recommended for membership at Ward, though it does not obligate you to become a member.

 

April 22, 29 & May 6, 2018: REGISTER

Foundations of the Faith

  • Sundays Apr. 15 – May 20 (Six Weeks)
  • 9:30 a.m. in the Hub Meeting Room (next to Special Needs Suite)
  • Teachers: Jim and Melanie Ewing, Paul and Wendy McGhee

Are you new to the faith or want to get to know Jesus more? This six-week class is designed to be interactive, welcoming questions and open discussions in a casual, group setting. Fantastic teachers will explore themes such as God’s character, the trustworthiness of Scripture and some key practices for Christian growth.

REGISTER
Sunday Evening Bible Study

  • Sundays at 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
  • Meets in Chapel
  • Led by Dr. Bill Greenman

For those who want an evening study or those who have work schedules that prevent them from attending Sunday mornings. We are currently studying the Book of James.

Midweek Bible Study

  • 7:00-8:15 p.m. Wednesdays
    Jan. 10 – May 30

  • Chapel Suites 1 + 2

  • Teacher: Pastor Ken Fresh

  • The Life of Love: A Study in the Gospel of John

Written by John, known as the “Apostle of Love”, no other book in the Bible expounds on the depth of God’s love as this Gospel does. It’s all about God’s love for us (3:16), and our love for others (13:34-35).

 In a story attributed to Augustine, the disciples of the Beloved Disciple, somewhat wearied by his relentless insistence that they love one another, once asked him if there was anything else of importance that Jesus passed on. The Beloved Disciple simply replied, “Love one another.” Ever since that time, Christians have focused on the central role of love at every level of life and practice. Join us and experience a season of spiritual growth and life-changing renewal while exploring a “Life of Love”.