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 2019 Studies

Rachel & Leah (Women’s Study)

Mondays 6:30-8pm, Mar 11 – Apr 15 (6 weeks)
$13, Led by Priscilla Luke, Room 232
Have you ever felt like you couldn’t measure up, no matter how hard you tried? This 6-week series will arm you with biblical truths to combat comparison by studying the account of Rachel and Leah. You’ll learn how to be content without becoming complacent and how to rise above your insecurities. Childcare not available.

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Just Open The Door (Women’s Study)

Wednesdays 9-11:30am, Mar 13 – May 8 (9 weeks)
$13, Led by Cathy Gieselman, Room 221
Hospitality is one of the best ways to live out the commandment to love your neighbor as yourself, but it’s easy to get so stressed out over what other people may think about us and our home that we just pass on the idea altogether. This DVD-based series by Jen Schmidt shows us how to move beyond cultural expectations and look to Jesus as our model for biblical hospitality, learning to love people and reflect Jesus through simple acts of service. Childcare not available.

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Towards Belief

Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Mar 13 – Apr 24 (6 weeks)
No cost, Led by Kim Freeman, Room 227
How can a good God allow innocent people to suffer? Is it reasonable to believe in the supernatural? How can science and faith possibly go together? Join us in this 6-week DVD-based series as we examine these and other belief blockers that sometimes hinder people from having confidence in God and the Christian faith and message. No charge for childcare, but please RSVP. NOTE: Class will not meet on April 10 due to a special children’s/student activity.

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Authentic Manhood: A Man and His Design (Men’s Study)

Sundays 9-10:15am, Mar 31 – May 12 (6 weeks)
OR Wednesdays 6:30-8pm, Apr 3 – May 15 (6 weeks)
$15, Led by Rusty Wirt, Choir Room
With two different time options, you won’t want to miss these important DVD-based lessons with Pastor Rusty. Starting with meaningful insights into the current state of manhood, these sessions are designed to help men navigate through some manhood realities that have created cultural confusion and will also examine some clear biblical guidelines to help guide men on their journey. Children’s classes available during Sunday classes; no need to RSVP. Childcare available during Wednesday class free of charge, but please RSVP. NOTE: The Sunday class will not meet on April 21 due to Easter. The Wednesday class will not meet April 10 due to a special children’s/student activity.

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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.


Foundations is designed for new Jesus-followers and for those who want to brush up on the basics of the Christian faith. You’ll discover what the Bible says about what we believe, why we believe it, and how we live it out in our lives. Foundations is offered in two 19-week series per year, and any missed classes can be made up during any series of Foundations. 2019 sessions are listed below.

1/6 & 8/4
Introduction to Foundations

1/13 & 8/11
Who is God? What is the Trinity?

1/20 & 8/18
What has God done? Who is Jesus?

1/27 & 8/25
What did Jesus teach? What did Jesus do?

2/3 & 9/1
Who is the Holy Spirit? What does the Holy Spirit do?

2/10 & 9/8
How did we get the Bible? What is the story of the Bible?

2/17 & 9/15
What are the recurring themes of the Bible? How can we understand the Bible?

2/24 & 9/22
Is humanity really lost? How can we be saved?

3/3 & 9/29
What happens when I am saved? What is spiritual warfare?

3/10 & 10/6
How can we win the spiritual war? What is the church?

3/17 & 10/13
What is the church supposed to do? Who can lead the church?

2/24 & 10/20
What does the future hold? What is hell?

3/31 & 10/27
What is heaven? Why believe in truth?

4/7 & 11/3
Why believe in God? Why believe Jesus is God?

4/14 & 11/10
Why believe the Bible? How can I believe in spite of the pain?

4/28 & 11/17
How do I make the “great wager?” How do I maintain spiritual health?

5/5 & 11/24
What is the role of faith in my life? What are some spiritual snares?

5/12 & 12/1
How do I pray? How can I know God’s will?

5/19 & 12/8
How do I “give away” my faith? What are the spiritual disciplines?

Connection Classes

All classes meet on Sunday mornings at 9am.

Young Couples (20s-30s) – Room 101
Adult 4 (30s-40s) – Room 227
Adult 5 (40s-50s) – Choir Room
Adult 6 (50s-70s) – Room 228/229
Adult 7 (50s-70s) – Room 231
Adult 8 (70+) – Room 207
Men 1 (All adults) – Room 220
Women 1 (All adults) – Room 221
Women 3 (80+) – Room 230
Foundations* (All adults) – Room 232

*Foundations is designed for new Jesus-followers and for those who want to brush up on the basics of the Christian faith. Learn more about foundations in the above dropdown section.

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.