ADULT EDUCATION

Whatever age you are and wherever you are in your faith development, we have a place for you. Our ministries are centered around helping people grow in their faith and developing a greater trust in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. From Christ centered-worship services, to Bible-based learning opportunities, it is our goal to train and equip followers of Jesus Christ. Programs are offered for families and individuals. Come and see how God is working in our midst.

Christian Education for Adults include:

Advent Class: You are invited to join Pastor Dave for a three week Advent series titled, “What Child is This?” This class will run from December 8-22 in the church's conference room. Pastor Dave will help us explore who Jesus is and the variety of claims other religions have made about Jesus.
 
Church and Society Class is offered Sunday morning from 9:15-10:15 AM in our Church and Society Room from September through May.  This class welcomes a different guest every week who will talk about how the Christian faith impacts their life's work.  Check the church's newsletter, bulletin, or Billings Gazette for a listing of the upcoming guest speakers.
      
Men's Bible Study meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month from 12noon - 1:00 PM for study and fellowship. This group meets in the fireside room at the church. All men are invited and encouraged to attend.

Women's Bible Study gathers on Tuesday morning from 9:30-11:00 AM in the fireside room for Bible study and fellowship.  All women are invited to attend.  This group is currently studying Jesus' Sermon on the Mount from Matthew 5-7.

Bible Study Fellowship (BSF), an internationally recognized Bible study for women,  meets at our church on Thursday morning from 9:00-11:00 AM for worship, Bible study, and prayer.  About 180 women are enrolled in BSF at our church this year.  This group meets weekly from September through May.

Bible Lunch Time (BLT) meets on Wednesdays from 12 noon to 1:00 PM in Library North, just past Pastor Dave's office.  Led by the Rev. Doug Johnson, chaplain at Billings Clinic, BLT is open to all in our community who desire to gather over the lunch hour for study and discussion.  The group is currently studying a book related to the Christian faith.