Class Schedule


Sundays - 9:30AM

June 4 - August 20, 2023

Connections Class: Young Singles, Young Couples, and Parents of Kids Birth-6th Grade
Come and See What God has Done

Various Teachers
Hali Room- 401
Come and See What God has Done: we see this phrase used in several psalms, but do we ever take the time to stop and think about the amazing things God has done in our lives? This Summer, we’ve invited numerous people to share their own experiences of God’s work, and we’re so eager to celebrate His faithfulness while growing in hope and purpose.

Senior Adult Class
The Story of Job—It’s Not About Me with Francis Chan

Doyle Porterfield
Library - 701
The world teaches us to revolve our actions, thoughts, and beliefs around ourselves. “It’s all about ME!” In the world’s philosophy, we become the author and hero of our story. But the Bible teaches a different view, one where another hero—the actual Author of Life—takes center stage. In the book of Job, God asserts His preeminence and displays His power. Join us in this journey with Job and explore the overriding truth that we exist, not for ourselves, but to glorify the God who deserves all worship and praise.

Middle Adult Class
Love First, with Don McLaughlin

Stan McKeever & Bill Carson
Room 603
Hate is on the rise. Our world is increasingly polarized, and fear causes us to label more people and organizations as “opponents.” But we’re called to love like God loves, and He loved us first—even when we were still opposed to Him (1 John 4:19, Eph. 2:4-5). Come hear practical lessons from our friend Don McLaughlin as he challenges us to imitate God’s love in action.

Ministers of Reconciliation
June 4-25

Brad Thompson
Room 603
How do we have hard conversations—ones where we disagree with people we care about—without sacrificing the relationship? We live in a culture that seems to have lost its ability to disagree respectfully. This class will focus on the things that make these conversations challenging and how we can overcome them. We will talk about how to maintain a peaceful spirit during any difficult conversation. This class will include some theoretical teaching on conflict as well as practical examples from experiences within the class.

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
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.

The Chosen Films, Season 2

Ryan Porche & Mike Brenner
Wednesdays, Starting Hune 7
7:00-8:00pm - Auditorium
The Chosen is a recent film series following the ministry of Jesus, and they have done a fabulous job bringing the stories of scripture to life! Many of us have found this series meaningful, insightful, and inspiring. This Summer, we will gather as a church family to watch the eight episodes of Season 2.

Zacchaeus’ Place

Brad & Karen Thompson
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
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

Be sure to pick up Summer activity calendars from our Student Ministry & Children’s Ministry