Psalm 139 teaches us that we are all fearfully and wonderfully made, and that all of God's works are wonderful. If we're all so wonderful, why don't we always get along, see eye-to-eye, or communicate clearly? Herein lies the awe in God's work! Each of us is a unique, spiritually gifted individual. Learning to appreciate the uniqueness that resides within you and those you encounter will lead you to a deeper relationship with Christ.

The three workshops offered in this series are designed to be stand-alone experiences. However, attending all three will be truly enlightening. 

Cost: Free; lunch provided

Register HERE
THE ENNEAGRAM OF PERSONALITY - February 2, 11 AM 
Have you ever thought to yourself "I can't believe they did that" or wondered how that person didn't seem to understand WHY you had a problem with it?  Or have you ever felt like someone was overreacting to something that you thought wasn't a big deal? Or maybe daily quiet time doesn't do anything for you and you're wondering if there's something wrong with your relationship with God. 

The Enneagram is a model of the human psyche which is taught as a typology of nine interconnected personality types. It is widely promoted in spiritual concepts as a path to higher states of being, essence, and enlightenment; however, it can also give insight into inter-personal dynamics within a church.  

Register HERE   (please register by January 30)


SPIRITUAL GIFTS - March 2, 11 AM
Jesus promised that He would send His Spirit to us, and when the Holy Spirit came to those who had gathered, they received gifts to do what they could not otherwise do.
 
It can be easier to know how to serve the church, and the community, when we see where God has best equipped us. With this class you will discover where you might fit in best and maybe help start new ministries.
Register HERE  (please register by February 27)


LOVE LANGUAGES FOR EVERYDAY RELATIONSHIPS - April 27, 11 AM
Jesus said "they'll know you're my disciples in that you love one another."  But not only can it be hard to love some people, it can be hard to know how to love them. 

Love Languages is a review in the course we're already familiar geared toward teaching us how to use these strategies in the church.

Register HERE  (please register by April 24)