Sunday Service 10:30am
Sunday Service 10:30am

We offer a wide variety of opportunities for adults to connect with each other.

Focus Studies

Focus studies are short-term (typically 6-12 weeks) and meet throughout the week. Subjects range from Bible basics, to topics on Christian living, and moving on to in-depth study of passages and entire books of Scripture, and even exploring doctrine and theology.

Spring 2018 Studies

That’s Just My Personality! led by Kim Freeman
March 21 (one-night study), Wednesday 6:30-8pm, Room 228/229
No study guide
This one-night class features Gary Smalley’s classic, light-hearted look at the four basic personality types including practical tips for making sure our differences don’t divide us. Great insights for spouses, parents, in-laws, outlaws—you name it! If you interact with humans on any level, there’s something here for you. (Note: If you took the personality inventory in Pastor Rusty’s Staying in Love Forever class, you’ll want to hear this message as a follow-up to that.) Childcare not available for this class. Register here.

Uninvited (Women’s Study) led by Cathy Gieselman
April 4 – June 6 (10 weeks), Wednesdays 9-11:30am, Room 221
$13 study guide
This DVD-based series by Lysa TerKeurst takes a scriptural look at rejection. The enemy wants you to feel left out, lonely and “less than,” but God wants you to lean into His great love and acceptance and stop allowing rejection to steal the best of who you are. Childcare not available for this class. Register here.

Financial Peace University led by Josh Post
April 4 – June 6 (10 weeks), Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Room 231
$109 kit per family
Are you fed up with your finances controlling you instead of you controlling your finances? Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University will help you get a grip on your money, so you can create a budget, get out of debt, and develop a plan for a future of financial freedom. The kit includes one-year online access to video lessons and other materials. No charge for childcare but please RSVP. Register here.

Grace Is Greater led by Pastor Rusty Wirt
April 4 – May 9 (6 weeks), Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Room 228/229
$15 study guide
Have you ever felt like your sin is so great or your hurt is so deep that even God can’t fix it? Or do you know someone else who feels that way? The truth is that God’s grace is greater than all of our setbacks and failures. These life-changing messages reveal God’s plan to overcome your past, redeem your pain and rewrite your story. No charge for childcare but please RSVP. Register here.

The Case For Christ led by Kim Freeman
April 4 – May 9 (6 weeks), Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Room 227
$12 study guide
Is there any credible evidence outside the Bible that Jesus really is the Son of God? This DVD-based journey with former legal journalist Lee Strobel retraces his steps on the fact-finding mission that guided him from atheism to faith in Jesus Christ. No charge for childcare but please RSVP. Register here.

Guardrails led by Kim Freeman
May 16 – May 30 (3 weeks), Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Room 227
$10 study guide
In our dangerous culture, we’re all aware of certain consequences we’d like to avoid to keep from ruining our lives. No one plans to mess up, but it can happen so easily if we fail to establish guardrails to keep us from running off the road financially, sexually, relationally, and in other areas. This series of DVD-based messages with Andy Stanley teaches you how to create healthy boundaries that will protect you and help you avoid the big regrets of life. No charge for childcare but please RSVP. Register here.

Connection Classes

Connection Classes are often the first level of connection at Concord. These meet year-round at 9am on Sunday mornings (much like your traditional Sunday school classes) and last about an hour. The goal of Connection Classes is to help you connect with others at Concord who are in a similar life stage and/or share your interests. These classes provide opportunity for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer support and will help you begin to put down roots at Concord.

Support Groups

Support groups bring together people with common interests and experiences that can relate to what you are going through and keep you from feeling alone. A support group can help you affirm your thoughts and feelings and help you connect socially. As members of a support group share their personal experiences, offer emotional comfort, moral support, and tips to help one another through their situations, stress, anxiety and fear can be reduced leading to happier, healthier lives.