Led by Christine Cronk
Sundays, September 10 - December 10 | 4:00-6:00pm in the Bride/Family Room
DivorceCare is a nationally-known program that each week includes a video seminar featuring top experts on divorce and recovery subjects. The group discusses what was presented in that week's video seminar and what is going on in the lives of group members. DivorceCare groups meet weekly to help you face the unique challenges of separation and divorce and move toward rebuilding your life.
Questions? Contact Christine Cronk | email@example.com
Story Writing Class
Facilitated by Bets Ramsey
Second Mondays | 1:30 - 3:30pm in Dandrige B
Have you been meaning to write stories about your family to pass on to your children and grandchildren? Join the Story Writing Class — no previous writing experience is required. There is a bit of instructive material, a class writing exercise, and a voluntary sharing of the previous month's work. There may be comments but no criticism.
Questions? Contact Bets Ramsey, Facilitator | 615-463-2583 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday Morning Wake-Up Call
Facilitated by Jan Callen and Ron Rossini
Weekly | 7:00 – 8:00am in Dandridge A
This class studies the upcoming Sunday's Scripture readings. We welcome new members anytime.
Questions? Contact Seawell Brandau , Facilitator at 615 352-4824 or email@example.com
Living a Godly Lifestyle in an Ungodly World
Led by Dana Sherrard
September 19 - November 14 | 10:00 - 11:00am in Johnson Hall
No class on Tuesday, October 24.
As Christians, most of us struggle with being the people God wants us to be and living out our faith in a way that brings honor and glory to God. This has been true all through time as is evidenced by Paul in his letter to the Romans (chapter 7), yet God never requires anything of us that He hasn’t already equipped us to do. This course is going to examine the situation we find ourselves in, the causes of our struggles and the means of overcoming these struggles so that we can indeed live out our faith in a way that brings honor and glory to God.
Please come—bring a friend and your Bible. An outline of each lesson will be provided.
Questions? Contact Dana Sherrard | firstname.lastname@example.org
Psalms: The Best-Loved Book of the Bible
Led by the Rev. Roger Senechal
September 6 - November 15 | 10:45 - Noon or 6:30 - 8:30pm in Dandridge A
Of the Book of Psalms it has been written, "Psalms is the hymnal of Israelite worship and the Bible's book of personal devotions. In them we not only find expression of all the emotions of life but also some of the most profound teaching in the entire Bible ... The Psalms get us praying when we don't feel like it, and they train us in prayers that are honest and right."
Questions? Contact the Rev. Roger Senechal | 615-942-7723 or email@example.com
Led by Mitchell Korn of Blair School of Music
August 30 - October 18 | 1:00 - 3:00pm in Hampton Hall
Every discussion explores an upcoming work by the Nashville Symphony. Mitchell Korn leads a participatory learning experience using DVD footage of symphonic performaces, with an exploration of each composer's personal and musical life. Tuition is $150 and registration is made through Blair School of Music at 615-322-7659.
Great Music, Great Films
October 25 - December 6 | 1:00 - 3:00pm in Hampton Hall
A six-class series exploring great symphonic composers who scored the best in cinema. The greatest movies with great music make for exceptional arts and entertainment. Tuition is $115 and registration is made through Blair School of Music at 615-322-7659.
Women's Bible Study
Led by Leslie Overby and Breck Wheeler
September 7 - November 9 | 9:30am - Noon in Dandridge B
The Old Testament story of Esther is a profile in courage and contains many modern parallels for today's overloaded and stressed woman. Esther, while a queen, lived as an outsider in a hostile environment. Women will learn strong lessons of faith, providence, and hope to equip them to live courageously "for such a time as this." Please sign up to help us provide the right number of materials. RSVP to 615-385-2150 x 262 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Contact Leslie Overby | email@example.com or Breck Wheeler | firstname.lastname@example.org
Men's Bible Study
Led by the Rev. Richard Kew
Ongoing | 7:30 - 8:30am in the Library
Every Thursday morning following the Eucharist a group of men gather in the Library around the text of Scripture. We learn, we enjoy each other's company, we grow in faith. Bring your Bible, your brain, and your curiosity. Men of all ages and at all stages in the Christian faith are invited to give us a try.
Note: On the First Thurday of the month, this group meets with a larger group of men in the church for the Men's Breakfast & Bible Study (see below).
Questions? Contact the Rev. Richard Kew | 615-385-2150 x 264 or email@example.com
Men's Breakfast & Bible Study
Led by the Rev. Richard Kew
First Thursday of each month | 6:45 - 8:00am, in the Chapel & Hampton Hall
Our monthly breakfast begins with worship at 6:45am in the Chapel, after which we move into Hampton Hall for a Bible study led by the Rev. Richard Kew. Father Kew has decades of experience teaching men how to deepen their beliefs concerning God and what duty God requires of a man. Man's end is to glorify God and to enjoy him forever. What a great way to start your day!
Questions? Contact Joe King, Director of Lay Ministry Engagement | 615-385-2150 x 249 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Men’s Bible Study
Facilitated by Don Greene
Weekly | 7:00 – 8:00am in Dandridge A
Facilitated by different members in the group throughout the year. For the first 30 minutes we will study an assignment on the books of the Bible. For the concluding 30 minutes we will answer the question: “What has God been doing in my life this past week?” You are encouraged to attend the 7:00am Eucharist before joining the Bible study.
Questions? Contact Don Greene, Facilitator | 615-383-2494 or email@example.com
After Eucharist Conversations
Facilitated by Agatha Nolen and Seawell Brandau
Weekly | 7:30am - 8:30am in the Library
Bright conversation about any subject except politics. You are encouraged to attend the 7:00am Eucharist and then join clergy and lay members for a variety of timely topics. Come as you are as often as you can; you will always find something of “take-home” value.
Questions? Contact Agatha Nolen, Co-Facilitator | firstname.lastname@example.org or Seawell Brandau, Co-Facilitator | 615-352-4824 or email@example.com