"Your Word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path"

Psalm 119:105

Discover how you can join others at Harvest to learn God's Word through our weekly and periodic classes.

Fall 2023 Classes & Studies

Women's Bible Studies

Wednesdays, 6:30 - 8:00pm
When so many voices claim to speak for God, how do you know what to do? Jesus and His Apostles spoke many times about false prophets and warned against those who disguise themselves as harmless sheep but are in fact wolves ready for the kill. They taught how to stand firm in truth in the face of these threats. Lying prophets, fraudulent spirits, and false teachings threatened the early Church and they continue to do so today. Believers should constantly stand guard against those who cleverly "lie against the truth" (James 3:14). In our study, we'll consider the questions: What warnings does Jesus give about other voices? And how can we know truth in this age of lies and deception?
Our class begins Wednesday, September 13th at 6:30pm and the book costs $20.
Meets in Room 202
Releasing Fear
Thursdays, 10am - 12pm
Fear is an all consuming enemy to our hearts and minds. It can make us run. It can make us unable to move. It can make us hide in our homes. And it can make us not want to go home. But ! John 4: 19 says that for those who love Him, His perfect love casts out fear. So how do we find the victory over fear that we are promised? Join us as we search through the Scriptures and discover how God's love moved so many from being hostages to fear to warriors for Him.
Marcia Rigamonti is our leader for this Fall’s word study class. It begins Thursday, September 14th at 10:00 am and will run through October 19th.  The class is free.
Meets in the Harvest Library 
And This is Love (Verse Mapping Class)
Mondays, 10am - 12pm
In a famous interview, Prince Charles was asked if he loved his future wife. He started by saying yes, but then added. “Whatever in love means.” It was not a good beginning to their relationship. But his answer did reflect the confusion that many have about a simple four letter word – love. What is love and what does it look when we express it to others? In his letter, 1 John, the apostle writes about the role of love in a believer’s life. He describes the deep love of God toward us and how that love is to be lived out through those who follow Him. Our Fall verse mapping class will take a closer look at John’s letter and explore what it looks like to truly know that what love means. The class begins, Monday, September 18th at 10 am and is free.
Meets in the Harvest Library 

Church Matters Class

Session 1 - September 24
Session 2 - October 1
Session 3 - October 8
Session 4 - October 15

Discover how to join the Harvest family at our next Church Matters (membership) class.  All sessions take place at 8:30am, before the 10am Worship Service, in Room 113/114.

Sunday Bible Class:  The Life of Christ

Every Sunday beginning September 17th
8:30 am in Room 202

Join with others as we learn together on Sunday mornings before the Worship Service. Everyone is welcome! No advance signup is required.

Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University is a 9 week training course for individuals/couples to learn and gain confidence in how to manage their financial resources including getting out from under the stress of debt.  All from a biblical foundation. 
The course begins Wednesday,  September 20th and will go through November 15th.  All sessions are from 6:30 - 8:30pm in Room 113/114.
Childcare is available upon request.

Foundations Class

Foundations class
Each Sunday, September 24  through November 5
8:30am – 9:45am in Room 116

The final book of the Design for Discipleship series doesn’t involve doctrines or milestones of becoming a mature believer but, instead, teaches and practices the “book analysis” Bible study method. Focusing on 1 Thessalonians, you can learn how to survey a book of the Bible, analyze it chapter by chapter and, finally, summarize it. This is a group process, and we will be sharing our insights and discoveries as a group each week.
You don’t have to have been involved in the Foundations classes before – in fact, we encourage anyone interested in learning a Bible study approach (or adding one to your collection) to be part of the group. Please RSVP below so we’re prepared for your involvement, and pick up a copy at the book table in the atrium so you’re ready on our first session together.

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