Class Schedule

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Sundays - 9:30AM

January 8 - March 5, 2023

Connections Class: Young Singles, Young Couples, and Parents of Kids Birth-6th Grade: All Things New

Tom Farris
Hali Room- 401
This class will walk through a book by John Eldredge entitled All Things New. The walk may challenge your current beliefs regarding where we go when our lives on earth end and your view of heaven. However, the walk intentionally addresses scriptures that we have either ignored or perhaps did not understand. Here is a quote from the book that captures its essence: “I know, I know - it’s a lot to take in. This is a total reframing for most of us, even though it has been right there in the scriptures for centuries. Take a moment; take a deep breath. Get a glass of water if you need to….you’ve just been told your future is ‘the restoration of all things,’ real things, the restoration of everything you love” (pg. 31). This will be as new to you as it is to me. So let’s explore in faith and let the Spirit have reign on our study.

Senior Adult Class: The Gospel in Life - with Tim Keller

Ryan Porche
Library - 701
Tim Keller is a gifted preacher and leader who serves in New York City. Each week, we’ll watch a 12-minute video of Tim teaching, and then we’ll discuss it together. His teaching will explore how the good news of Jesus transforms us and then transforms the community through us. We’ll explore how Christians engage a non- Christian world.

Middle Adult Class: The Power of One Another

Chris Sharp
Room 603
Join us in this powerful series as we focus on “One Another.” Together we’ll dive deep into lessons of forgiving one another, accepting one another, spurring on one another, admonishing one another, encouraging one another, and bearing one another’s burdens. If you don’t typically attend class, this seven-week series is especially designed for you. Come join us in The Power of One Another!

RISE Class

Jeromy Hunter & Brian Booker
Room A2
Each semester we share conversations about following Jesus and living out authentic faith. All are welcome, we’d love to have you!

 

Sundays - Other Times

Prayer Ministry

Kyle Wade
Room 506
Each week a team from Southwest prays over the church. Our desire is to put God at the center of our lives and invite Him to use this body to bring Him glory. Join us each Sunday morning at 8:30 as we pray over the body here at Southwest.

Nar-Anon for Family of Friends of Addicts

Sundays, 1:00-2:00pm
Library - 701
This group is for the family and friends of those currently or formerly struggling with substance abuse. This is a great opportunity to find a supportive community as we learn to love well.

 

Additional Weekday Activities

Celebrate Recovery

Jeromy & Jamie Hunter
Wednesdays
6:30-8:00 - Room A-2
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our lives.

Wednesday Devotionals - The Book of Ephesians, with J.D. Greear

Ryan Porche &Mike Brenner
Wednesdays, Jan 11- Mar 8
6:30-7:30pm - Room 603
J.D. Greear is a well-known pastor and author from North Carolina. In this study through Ephesians, he’ll show us how Paul’s words equip us to survive (and even thrive) in a world so resistant to the good news of Jesus. We’ll begin each devotional with some songs and a spiritual practice, then watch the short video and discuss its contents.

Family & Friends CPR Course

Kenna Van Meter
Feb 8 & 15 (2 weeks)
6:30-8:00pm - Room 503
This course teaches the lifesaving skills of adult Hands-Only CPR, adult CPR with breaths, child CPR with breaths, adult and child AED use, infant CPR, and mild and severe airway block for adults, children, and infants. This class does not provide a certification. It will be hands on, so dress comfortably. Space is limited, please RSVP by February 6 to Misty in the office: 806-352-5647.

Can We Talk About This? - Women’s Role in the Church

Sunday Evenings
January 8 - March 5
5:30-6:15, presentation in the Auditorium
6:15-6:45, optional breakout rooms with Leaders
Can We Talk About This is a class designed to facilitate healthy conversations about difficult topics. This January will be our third edition of the class, and the topic is the Role of Women in the Church. We believe this topic is vital for our spiritual health as individuals and as a church family, so we’re inviting everyone to participate.

The optional breakout rooms are for questions and additional dialogue with our Elders and Ministers. Childcare will be provided from 5:20-6:45 for children birth-4th Grade, so please RSVP at southwest.org if you need childcare.

Small Groups are encouraged to go to dinner afterwards in order to stay connected through this season.

Zacchaeus’ Place

Brad & Karen Thompson
Wednesdays
7:00pm - Hali Project Room
Designed for developmentally delayed adults, Zacchaeus’ Place is our Wednesday night gathering where each week we have a Bible lesson, we sing happy birthday to anyone celebrating, and we have a prayer time that is second to none at Southwest. These days, we’re meeting at Snack Pak to serve together in the fight against hunger. If you’d like to experience the joy found in this class along with making some new friends, we would love to have you join us!

Narcotics Anonymous

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
12:00-1:00pm - Library - 701
This recovery group is open for anyone currently or formerly struggling with substance abuse. It is a safe place to find supportive community on the road to recovery.

My Next Step Open Recovery Meeting

Scott Walker
Thursdays
7:00-8:00pm - Library - 701
Every Thursday, we have an open recovery meeting with a speaker and a chip ceremony. This event is open for anyone struggling with an addiction of any kind.

Wednesday Evening Children & Students

Wednesdays: Toddler - 4th Grade:
Classes Sep 7 - Nov 16

Wednesdays: 5th - 6th Grade:
Classes Sep 7 - Dec 14

7th - 12th Grade Wednesdays Trek Groups:
Sep 7 - Dec 14 in The Garage

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