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Sunday Preaching in all services
The Church was the most improbable of missions, but her success was no accident. In all Sunday worship services, you will learn how the first Christians set up the Church, the challenges they overcame, and how the work of the church is our work.
An at-home daily guide book by Kevin Dodge
It’s not too late to get your copy of Mission Improbable: How the Gospel Set the World on Fire. It’s available on Amazon or in the Bookstore on October 1. This distinctly Anglican devotional was written by our very own Kevin Dodge, specifically for our parish. Join us as we read along!
Adult Sunday School
- MISSION IMPROBABLE: AN EXPOSITION OF ACTS
Great Hall, Kevin Dodge
Explore how the “Good News” proclaimed in Acts is really a re-reading of several key OT texts in light of Jesus’ resurrection and ascension.
- MISSION NOW
Education Bldg., Room 115, Mtr. Samira Izadi Page
Discover how you are a part of God’s mission just like the apostles and first disciples in the book of Acts.
- ACTS: HOW THE CHURCH LEARNED TO BE THE CHURCH
Education Bldg., Room 119, Michael Sturdy
A look at how the apostolic Church learned to make decisions amid socio-cultural upheaval, with applications for us today.
Adult Weekday Classes
- WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY
Wednesdays at 9:30 am
Education Bldg., Room 205, Chris Adams
Includes a weekly study guide and small group discussion.
- MISSION IMPROBABLE: DISCUSSION
Mondays at noon
Education Bldg., Room 115-116, Kevin Dodge
A discussion on the book of Acts —get your questions answered. Bring a brown bag lunch.
- EXPLORING THE APOSTOLIC PREACHING IN ACTS
Tuesdays at noon
Education Bldg., Room 119, Carl Anderson
Explore the sermons in Acts to see how they challenge us today to love God, engage with Scripture, and join him on his mission.
Adults gather to study Acts, pray and fellowship this fall around Dallas.
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Children Sunday School
Kids through 5th grade will learn about how the first Christians set up the Church and how these early disciples began the mission we are called to carry out.
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