We often make the mistake of assuming that a relationship with God is a private affair. Instead, nothing could be further from the truth. In this unique class, you’ll be grouped with a handful of other students to simultaneously learn about Christian community while experiencing it yourself. We’ll talk about the role that God designed us to play within the Church, the process of discipleship and mentoring, enjoying biblical friendships, the responsibilities that Christians have to one another, and more. Our hope is that this class connects you more intimately with others as you learn together about God’s vision for the Church. Note: Participants with children are welcome to use MecKidz while they attend class, but we ask that you limit their time in MecKidz to one service each weekend.
Ready to get off the bench and join a Serve Team at Meck? Take Game Time. You were made with a plan and a purpose and equipped with a unique combination of gifts, passions, personality and skills. Yet it sometimes can be difficult to figure out exactly how God wants to use you or what role you might play in His big adventure through the local church. Join us for Game Time to examine the person God made you to be and how you can make a real difference with your life by joining a Serve Team at Meck.
Team Life is designed to teach you about Meck and what makes up our DNA—our mission, vision and values. It also serves as our membership class where you can learn more about joining our mission to help spiritual explorers become fully devoted followers of Christ.Meck is made up of people from many different spiritual backgrounds; some with extensive church backgrounds, others who are brand new to church and many in between. Knowing this, we designed the class to clearly explain the history and heart of Meck, and what it means to be a member.There are both online and in person options for this class.
If you’re a Christian, you know spending time in the Bible is important. Yet so many of us struggle to read it regularly. It feels like just another task to check off our list. We may even feel guilty if we miss a day or don’t keep up with our self-imposed reading plan.
What if reading the Bible, though, wasn’t something we felt like we ought to do, but something we actually enjoyed doing? That’s what this class is all about – getting from “I ought to read the Bible” to “I can’t wait to read the Bible!”
Wednesdays, January 18 - February 1 at 7 p.m.