Classes and LIFE Groups

Northlake Campus:  Adult Formation Groups
9:00 – 10:00 am:   Times & Places to Become Connected…


Adult Class 1:  Equipping for Community Outreach:  Dec 7:  “Welcoming Immigrants to our Community”  overview by World Relief representative.  Dec. 14:  “Celebration in Song.”  Dec. 21: “Serving our Community Together with other Churches.”  The Forum

Adult Class 2:  Apocrypha–Texts from Between the Testaments.  An introduction and exploration of the texts that fall outside the accepted canon of the Old and New Testaments, but give an enriched historical context to the Gospels.    Facilitator:  Cliff Shelton, The Chapel.

Adult Class 3:  Delving into the Book of Matthew.    This open group invites all to share their lives, read books, and study scripture together with MUCH discussion.  Facilitators vary: “The Living Room” (downstairs.)

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Practicing the Art of Community through LIFE Groups

Sundays, 6:00-7:00pm (September – May)  LIFE Groups are the core of church life and a place to really connect with others.   In small groups we care, pray, study, and fellowship together.  God has created us to live in community.  All Northlake atendees are strongly encouraged to be a part of a small group.  Sign up by contacting the church office or the minister Ike Reeser,

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10:00 – 11:30 AM  Wednesday Mornings

Ladies Bible Study:  (Sept – May) Children of the Day by Beth Moore.  Women of all ages meet for a stimulating time of prayer and study using Beth Moore’s reflections on 1 and 2 Thessalonians.  Each third Wednesday we celebrate our friendship with a potluck luncheon.  Open to our community!

7:00 – 8:00 PM   Wednesday Evenings 

The work week can be hectic, and that’s one reason why we like to pause in the middle of it and spend an hour together in study, prayer, and worship. All of our Wednesday night classes meet on Northlake’s campus; we offer a variety of options– prayer groups, book studies, Scripture studies and more–all concurrent with our children and youth activities.

Book Club Discussion:  UNBROKEN by Lauren Hillenbrand.   A World War II story of survival, resilience, and redemption; Louis Zamperini’s tortured journey as POW and his amazing resilience of mind, body, and spirit.   Facilitator: Neal Stubblefield, Room 205.

Women’s Prayer & Discussion Group:     Women of all ages assemble each week to be a part of this discussion group centered on prayer, mutual support, and application of biblical truths.  Facilitator:  Susan Tippins, Room 203.

Men’s Prayer & Discussion Group:   Men of all ages are a part of this rich time of prayer, reading and discussion centered on the scripture passage of the week.  Facilitators rotate, the Forum.