Classes gather upstairs at 9:30 a.m. and there is always coffee available! From Bible study to topical discussions, faith formation, and spiritual growth, each class has a distinct tone. The classes are very fluid, many people move from class to class depending on the topics being offered.
Contact Mahlon Hight for more information or assistance in finding a class that will meet your interests.
Meets Sunday Mornings in Room 234
An ongoing study of the scripture passages found in the Lectionary Readings for that Sunday. It is an excellent way to explore the scripture in relationship to the focus of the sermons each Sunday. The members of the class share the leadership on a voluntary basis.
Meets Sunday Mornings in Room 237
This class specializes in substantive presentations on a broad range of theological and social justice topics, drawing on authoritative materials and often inviting presenters with special expertise in the area of interest. Some attend this class regularly and others attend when the topic is of particular interest to them.
Jesus, Java and Journey Class
Meets Sunday Mornings in Room 250
We study contemporary Christian authors and use the lesson/video style of teaching based on biblical truths. Our series include works by a variety of authors, as determined by the class. It is an open discussion class that invites many different viewpoints.
Faith Connections Class
Meets Sunday evenings in Room 237
This series is for anyone who has ever had questions about their faith, had a desire to better understand the Bible, or wanted to engage in meaningful dialog with others in an atmosphere where all questions are valued! We move through a variety of studies and topics, sometimes directly correlating with the worship series. Each week stands alone so you can join us at any time and not be lost. Check the Worship Bulletin and Church Newsletter for curriculum specifics.
5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Room 237
Spiritual Journey Class
Meets Sunday Mornings in Room 240
This class is focused on our personal spiritual journey and relationship with God and emphasizes understanding this common pursuit across all religious traditions. Members of the class, other Northaven members, and occasional visiting teachers guide the discussion, drawing on diverse writings that offer rich insights, personal testimony, and helpful guidance for spiritual development. Opportunity is provided to discuss personal spiritual journeys and to participate in group prayer/meditation.