Adult Bible Classes & Groups
BSD 2017-2018: Word Became Flesh
Because God created us, loves us, and wants a relationship with us, the Word became flesh…the Word is Jesus. Out of His great love for us, Jesus lived among us, taught us, died for us, and conquered death! Jesus lives and gives believers the gift of eternal life!
BSD 2017-2018 looks at Jesus through the eyes of His disciple, John. We will discover Jesus as The Lamb, The Only Son, The Bread, The Light, The Gate, The Good Shepherd, The Resurrection, The Life, The Way, The Truth, The Vine, and The Word. We will explore how Jesus wants us to live in relationship with God and in relationship with others. Join us this year as we come to know God by knowing Jesus!
Sundays, 9:45-10:45 AM or 11:15 AM-12:15 PM | Co-ed
Wednesdays, 5:00-6:00 PM | Co-ed
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM | Women
Thursdays, 9:30-11:30 AM | Women
Dinner, fellowship, and book study for men in their 20s to 60s.Group Details
This group offers dinner and discussion on topics ranging from politics to science to relationships to religion – to non-Christians. The group is open to atheists, agnostics, other religions, skeptics, and spiritually curious.Group Details
CLC Room 170
Made up mostly of parents with kids from school age through college, the class focus is Bible study, building community, and supporting one another while serving Jesus.
Laura Guthrie,Group Details
For men and women in their 30s, 40s, and 50s, as singles and couples. Drop in and get to know us! Most of us are parents, who, like you, are seeking God's will and guidance.
A dynamic group aged 60+ who meet for engaging discussion of popular Christian books. Come for fellowship and discussion. You'll be sure to learn something new!
Fifth Service is our attempt to bring MDPC’s unique vision in direct dialogue with our rapidly changing culture. We believe that enough has changed in our nation’s religious landscape that some people are now looking to worship God from a different vantage point.
What does that mean, practically? We’re still worshipping the same Triune God, and still being true to MDPC’s heritage. But we’re rethinking aspects of a worship service. Our musical worship, for example, will be less structured. Our preaching might sound more like teaching. We’ll examine tough questions of faith together, and acknowledge the temptations of other worldviews. People will mostly dress casually, and might go out to dinner together after the service. Fifth Service is not reinventing the worship service. It’s still a classic worship service — just shaped by a different perspective.Group Details