“Be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” —Romans 12:2

It's our privilege as a church to grow in our knowledge of God together. We are passionate about coming together to study God’s Word as well as Systematic Theology, Biblical Theology, Church History, Practical Theology, and Apologetics. Come study with us!

SUMMER CLASSES

Sundays • 9:30–10:30 a.m.

The Praying Church • June 16 & 23 • Upper Room
Taught by Rev. Jules Grisham and Dr. Isaiah Nengean
In this two-week series, we will examine the role and importance of prayer in the life and mission of the church.
June 16 teaching slides
Daily Scripture reading guide

The Praying Church Practicum • June 30–July 28 • Room 131
Led by Rev. Jules Grisham and Suki Dicker
This class will explore the practical aspects and methodologies of prayer. Most of each class will be spent in prayer.
Class handout

Jonah and the Call to Evangelism • June 30–July 28 • Upper Room
Taught by Dr. Isaiah Nengean
Studying the book of Jonah, we will examine the implications, lessons, and applications of the call to individual and corporate evangelism. We will also hear from one of our Mission DMV partners each week:
June 30 — YoungLives | Class notes
July 7 — Central Union Mission | Class notes
July 14 — Cornerstone School
July 21 — Rockville Women's Center
July 28 — Afghan Ministry

Missions Summer Sundays • August 4–18
Guest Speakers
August 4 • Upper Room — Arab World Evangelical Ministers Association (AWEMA)
August 11 • Upper Room — Anees Zaka, pastor of Church Without Walls and founder of the Meetings for Better Understanding
August 18 • Room 131 — College and youth mission trips reports

Celtic Christianity: A Spirituality for Today • August 25 & September 1 • Upper Room
Taught by Dr. Robert Norris
In this special two-week study, Dr. Norris will lead us in an examination of Celtic Christianity. We'll look at the lives of Saints Patrick, David, and Columba, and through these heroes of the faith we'll get a sense of the fervency of the gospel movement as it was spread and practiced in Ireland, Wales, and Scotland. We will then trace the spiritual influences of those founding centuries through the ensuing centuries' revivals and seasons of gospel renewal, even to today.

SPRING 2024 SEMESTER CLASS RESOURCES

Scripture Study
Taught by Rev. Jules Grisham and Dr. Scott Redd

Epistle of Luke
Epistle of James

Confessing Christ—Westminster Confession
Taught by Dirk Rankin and others

Recommended reading

GENtoREV: Psalms, Wisdom, Prophets, Gospels
Taught by Robin King, Kent Talbert, and Tim Perrin
Room 132
Class handouts

Looking for Adult Class lectures? Visit the Classes & Seminars page.