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ALPHA (In-person)

Alpha is an 11-week series exploring the Christian faith. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is offered at our Issaquah locations and Online, and everyone is welcome! Learn more here. Course materials: Free. 

Co-ed groups: Starting Wednesdays, January 12 at 6:15pm (In-person at the Issaquah Campus)

COUPLES CONNECT (Issaquah)

Connect with God. Connect with your spouse. Connect with other couples. Couples Connect is an opportunity to grow in your marriage or dating relationship. Each week we have food, a fun activity, Bible-based teaching on relationships, and small group discussion at your table.

Starting January 16. Sundays at 11am in the chapel (Issaquah). Led by Pastor Dan & Rebekah Metteer

MEN’S BIBLE STUDY: “Unmasking Your Emotions”  – Allowing the Psalms to Shape Your Soul

Guys, jump in to this 9-week study taught by Pastor Larry Murrell that examines how to process and express our emotions in a healthy way. We will be studying selected Psalms and allowing them to shape our souls after God’s heart which will result in a healthy emotional and spiritual life. Each week involves a 45 minute teaching followed by 45 minutes of group discussion and prayer. Join us in the Chapel every Wednesday at 7pm (Dinner available at 6:30pm).

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WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY: I AM, a Bible study on the Names of God​ (Issaquah)

How does knowing the names of God in scripture build us as believers? This scripture in Psalm 9 tells us that the more we know God’s name, which reflects His character, the more we will grow trusting in Him. In this is a promise that as you seek God, you will never be forsaken. What does this mean? Join our study and learn more about it!!

Join us in the 9 week study taught by Cheryl Jamison on the Names of God, included is an in person or online teaching session, weekly hand-outs that include follow up assignments and prayer exercises implementing each of the names taught on, with small group discussion and prayer time.

In-person Wednesday nights at 7pm (Dinner available at 6:30pm) in Issaquah, several different online times and opportunities as well.

ADULT: God, Mission, Church & Me (West Seattle)

God, Mission, Church and Me is a six week interactive Bible Study designed to help us all understand our new opportunities to reach out in West Seattle. Together we will get a fresh look at who God really is, what his mission is, how we as a church and as individuals really engage with him and how we can re-envision  our connections with West Seattle.

Wednesdays, starting January 12 at 7pm. Contact Pastor Craig Mathison.

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS: Issaquah

Looking to build friendships, study the Bible and have some fun? Join us for a Bible study for young professionals at the Issaquah campus! This group is all about creating community and growing in our faith. Whether you’re single, dating or married, this is a great place to connect and grow.

Issaquah Campus – Tuesday – Meeting In-person. For information or questions about YP, email Anna Mottaz.

CELEBRATE RECOVERY (Issaquah)

Celebrate Recovery is for all of us with hurts, hang-ups and habits. Christ-centered and Bible-based, this ongoing ministry is open to all people looking for a safe place to grow in their relationship with Christ and journey toward deeper healing. Each Celebrate Recovery gathering includes dinner, a time of worship, group teaching and small group discussions.

Thursdays at 7pm (Meeting in-person) Issaquah Campus. Contact us for more info and to sign-up.

GRIEF SHARE FOR WOMEN (Issaquah)

It hurts to lose someone. Find help at GriefShare.

GriefShare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone.

Starting Wednesdays, January 12 at 7pm (Meeting in-person, women only) in the Chapel (Issaquah Campus). Cost is $20 which includes work book. For more info and to sign-up, contact Judith Berger.