Teachers: Barry Boverie and Kevin Stewart
Romans 1:18-20 says that we can clearly see the power and divine nature of God by reflecting on the creation of the world. During this class, we will spend several weeks reviewing the amazing things that we see in our universe and here on earth around us, that fill us with confidence that God is the creator of our world and our life.

Jan. 24 – Feb. 28, 2021

Teacher: Jeff Painter
The historical fact of the resurrection of Jesus is the foundation of our faith. Being sure about this changes everything (1 Cor 15:12-58) and should inspire us to follow Jesus as Lord. This training class will establish the basis for believing in Jesus’ resurrection. It will equip us to summarize—in less than one minute—why we believe in Jesus’ resurrection. It will enable us to talk to others about Jesus’ resurrection as a historical fact. Let’s be prepared to give an answer for the hope that we have (1 Pet 3:15). That hope is in Christ, the resurrected Lord.

March 14 – April 18, 2021

Teacher: Kevin Stewart
What does the Bible teach about church organization and worship? Is there one New Testament authorized pattern we are compelled to follow to be considered the true church? Or does God give the church freedom to worship and organize itself in various ways as we seek to praise God and reach a lost world for Christ? We want to make sure that we please God in all that we do. So what does God truly want from us? This class will explore the differences between core Biblical doctrines, traditions, and opinions related to church organization and worship.

April 25 – May 30, 2021

Teachers: Keith Baker and Mark Jordan
Didn’t go to Sunday school or need a review? Come read along with us as we do a high-level summary of Israel’s great leaders from the Old Testament. This first in a series of classes will cover Moses, Joshua, the Judges, Samuel, Saul, and David. The purpose is threefold: (1) to identify each leader’s importance in the biblical story; (2) to highlight key events associated with that leader; and (3) to encourage you to read the relevant sections of Scripture each week.

June 13 – July 18, 2021

Teachers: Mike Gulley and Barry Boverie
Our desire at Withamsville is to be a church that is passionate about pursuing
and worshipping God. So how do we worship God? Is it a lifestyle, a worship
service, or both? Are we even aware he is present with us? Are we thankful and
do we acknowledge what He has for us through Christ? When worshipping, are
we more concerned about what we want to happen, or do we come ready to
be transformed to look more and more like Jesus? Come join us as we try to
discern what is at the heart of this thing called worship.

Sep. 5 – Oct. 17, 2021

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