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Sunday Groups and Classes

Finding friends, a sense of belonging, and a place to learn more about God can be easy in one of our Adult Classes and Groups. Discover which one is right for you!

Pathfinders Class
Sundays 9:00am

Pathfinders

Sundays 9:00am
Rooms 261/262

 

(Pathfinders will break from August 6 - September 3, resuming September 10, 2017)

Pathfinders is an opportunity to grow in relationship with God and one another through Biblical teaching and thoughtful dialogue led by knowledgeable instructors. It is a sharing community of adult couples and singles who gather in a friendly, inviting atmosphere, nurturing individual prayer concerns and engaging in mission support opportunities at home and abroad.

Interested? Join us any Sunday morning.
Contact: Sherry Labate / slabate@cc-ob.org


 


Bridge CommUNITY
1st and 3rd Sundays • 10:45 a.m.

 

Bridge CommUNITY

1st and 3rd Sundays • 10:45 a.m.
Room263

The Bridge CommUNITY is an oasis for deepening cross-cultural relationships and growth in Christ-centered authentic living through fellowship, hospitality, teachings on Biblical Justice, outings and prayer. We present speakers on current topics as they deal with the broader cultures and communities that the Christian should be interested in.  Everyone is welcome!
More information:  Missions Outreach Office / 630.321.6784

October 1 Welcome and Schedule Overview Room 263
October 15 Take Root Discussion Room 263
November 5 Faith Journey & Diversity | Peter Hart Room 263
November 19 Topic To Be Determined Room 263
December 3 Spirit Village Talk Room 263
December 17 Christmas Fellowship Room 263
January 7  Prayer Room 263
January 21 Roosevelt Road Initiative | Felecia Thompson Room 263


    

 


Friendship Bible Class
Sundays 10:45 a.m.

Friendship Bible Class

Sundays 10:45am • Room 264
Kick-Off September 10th!

 

The Friendship Bible Class, a program for teens and adults with disabilities, is now in its 25th year at Christ Church.  By using a special curriculum from the Friendship Bible Studies series, our focus of study will be Jesus, Our Savior (New Testament). We will explore 6 units on the New Testament devoted to the stories about Jesus’ life from his birth to his resurrection as told in the four gospels.

The class begins each week by attending the first portion of the contemporary worship service in the Fellowship Hall.  Upon returning to the classroom, all students and teachers gather as a group to listen to a Bible story presented by the group leader.  Following this group session, students will pair up with their mentors for a breakout session to discuss the Bible story, complete activities in the take-home paper, pray together, and build relationships.  A social time of fellowship and refreshments concludes the class each week.

In addition to each Sunday's class, students are encouraged to participate in the life of the church by volunteering for service projects, serving as greeters, and attending worship services.  Social activities for the group are also planned throughout the year. 

Contact:  Sallie Barre
630.834.0862(home)/630.302.1093 (cell)/sallietodd@sbcglobal.net
Website: www.cc-ob.org/sundaymorningclasses


Oasis
Sundays 10:45am

Oasis

Sundays 10:45am
Mosaic Room (Rm 152)


This community seeks to offer nourishment for your spiritual journey. Join us for an interactive study of God's word accompanied by discussion and prayer. Open to everyone!

For Sept.-Oct. Oasis will study the book of Jonah with a video study by Eric Mason, who's aim is to help us see God's compassion not only in redeeming the lost, but redeeming those He has called to participate in His reconciling work.

Contacts: Karl and Kelly Frantz | kkf221@sbcglobal.net | 708.386.6315


Sunday Forum
Sundays 10:45am

Sunday Forum

Sundays 10:45am
Rooms 261/262

Sunday Forum is an engaging adult community whose members express their growing love for God through Bible study, intentional prayer, small group study, service, and missions outreach. Everyone is invited to join this welcoming fellowship of believers. Interested? Join us any Sunday morning.
Contact: Steele and Judith Holley / judithholley@rcn.com.

October 15-December 3:
The Enneagram underscores how God has made each of us unique and reveals ways in which we can grow out of our “old self” of unredeemed vices into our “new self” of redeemed virtues in Christ (Eph. 4:20-24) Starting in October and for 8 weeks Chuck Webber and Eric Haskins will team up to introduce Enneagram themes to Sunday Forum. Come and be encouraged towards transformation.

 

 


Bible Study and Tough Issues
Sundays 10:45am

Bible Study and Tough Issues

Sundays 10:45am
Room 251

Life is complicated. The Bible has the answers. Join us to explore ways to apply scripture to the difficult parts of life.

Interested? Join us any Sunday morning.

Contact: Bruce Buteyn / b.buteyn@comcast.net