There are numerous chances to learn more and expand your faith. Below are featured Adult Sunday School classes and special speakers from the Westminster Speakers Series, as well as a listing of our current groups that meet on a regular basis. Want more information? Visit our calendar to find out details, or contact Renee.
Women’s Bible StudyJanuary 4, 2017
Bible Lunch TuesdaysNovember 3, 2016
Wednesdays With WestminsterNovember 3, 2016
9/14 Youth summer experiences Barbara Adamcik
9/21 Waters of Chaos Jeff & Jerry Dobson
9/28 East Tennessee Historical Soc. Cherel Henderson
10/5 Olympics experiences Sharon Evers
10/12 Holocaust survivor Sonja Dubois
10/19 Smoky Mountain Service Dogs Laurie Birt
10/26 Sisters of Mercy Sister Anna Marie
11/2 Fun and Fitness Missy Kane
11/9 Great Schools Partnership Nicole Lewis
11/16 KNS Editor Jack McElroy
BREAK FOR ADVENT
1/11 Open mic night members/summer vacations
1/18 The Last Billion Years Don Byerly
1/25 Escape from North Korea Kenneth Kim
2/1 MAST program Jordan Conerty
2/8 Family Preparedness Marty Pryor
2/15 Trust Terry Crow
2/22 Missions to refugees Michael Betz
3/1 Ash Wednesday worship 7:30
3/8 – 4/12 Lenten series (soup supper at 5:45 and prayer service at 6:30)
Access this page at any time for a current schedule of meetings, lessons and announcements. Each lesson will be attached to this page for your convenience to read and print a copy.
Next Meeting Date: Thursday, April 27 at 7:30 a.m.
Breakfast will be served by John Shilling
Lesson: Gradye Parsons will have the lesson which is titled “Storytelling and the Bible: How Jerry Clower can help us understand the Gospel.”
For those of you who might not remember, Jerry Clower was born in Mississippi in 1926 and played football for Mississippi State. After college he became a very successful salesman, storyteller supreme, and comedian who performed on TV and the Grand Ole Opry. He was a “staunch Christian and spoke at many southern Baptist convention events.” Jerry was also the author of several books including Ain’t God Good and Life Everlaughter. He died in 1998 at the age of 71.
We welcome any thoughts, suggestions, or ideas you may have about the group. Many thanks to all who are volunteering to present a lesson or provide breakfast for the group. As always, remember, no reservation is necessary.
If you have questions, contact Larry Ridley at email@example.com