We can better know God and glorify Him through the reading and studying of His Word. This will be a time to "grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ" as we gather together in fellowship, encouragement, and Bible study.

Registration closes Sunday, October 16.

Cost is $15


Breakout sessions

Heaven & the Continuing Revelation of God's Glory - Lisa Lovell

Look into scripture to see what heaven will look like, what we will look like, what we will do, and why heaven won’t be boring. We’ll also discover how a large part of our experience in heaven will be the continuing revelation of God's glory.

Why Theology Matters - Cari Humphry

Too often "theology" intimidates us or we consider it a distraction from simple Bible study. Instead, let's learn how to engage with and incorporate these disciplines into our lives to fuel our love for God and passion for His mission.

Discipleship in Every Season - Allison Smiley

We're commanded to "make disciples of all nations," but the call to make disciples can look different in different stages of life. We'll discuss discipleship in the changing seasons of life and practical ways to make disciples. - Taught by Alison Smiley

"Do Not Merely Listen to the Word...": Early Christian Scripture Before Books - Natalie Hall

Early Christians did not carry leather-bound Bibles to church. In fact, physical manuscripts of any kind were rare and prohibitively expensive and, in any case, very few people could actually read! Christians in antiquity took in the scriptures as they were read aloud at every gathering. In this session we will delve into the first centuries of Christian life and trace the evolution of the physical canon of scripture that we call the "Holy Bible."


Doors open at 9:30

Worship and large group session

Breakout Session #1

Lunch and fellowship

Breakout Session #2

Worship and large group session with panel discussion

2 peter 3:18

"But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory both now and to the day of eternity. Amen."