Midweek at Christ Church
Wednesdays 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Join us for dinner at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday evenings and stay for our Christian education activities that begin at 6:45 p.m. and last till around 8:00 p.m.
This Fall we have an elementary class, a middle and high school youth group, and an adult class that meets weekly. There are no Midweek activities on Wednesday, October 11 and our last Midweek of 2023 will be Wednesday, November 29.
"What is a Christian? What does it mean to belong to a church? How can we grow in grace? Dr. Sinclair Ferguson answers these questions and more in his new video teaching series, The Basics of the Christian Life. Over twelve messages, he traces every stage of the Christian life and teaches us how to live to the glory of God."
Our study each week will include watching a recorded teaching by Dr. Ferguson, group discussion, and prayer.
Highschool and Middle School Class
"Who is Jesus? “I’m spiritual but not religious”—is that enough? How is Jesus the Light of the World? Why are Jesus’ words of eternal life confusing—or even offensive—to many people? In A Study of John 1–10, students have the opportunity to listen to the greatest Teacher of all—Jesus, God himself in the flesh—when he walked this earth. In this eyewitness account written by “the disciple whom Jesus loved,” we find Jesus using everyday items and events to teach deep spiritual truths, and everyone—including your teens—must either believe or reject him."
"Worshiping God. As students learn to “feed” on God’s Word, they will discover a deepening treasure that will last a lifetime. The first unit focuses on what worship is and why we worship. Students learn that our heavenly Father shows us how wonderful he is, and we respond with hearts full of praise. Our holy God welcomes our worship when we come through his Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. In the second unit students begin to learn how we worship, namely through prayer. Students discover the model for prayer that Jesus gave his disciples. The Lord’s Prayer reveals that Jesus gave us a pattern of talking to God that includes approaching him in a personal, trusting way, like a child with arms outstretched. The Lord’s Prayer sums up the essential parts of all prayer, and as students learn to pray like Jesus did, they will discover that they can freely go to their heavenly Father with their praise, thanks, and needs. The third unit highlights the remaining elements of corporate worship—singing, the reading and teaching of Scripture, giving of gifts, confessions of faith, the sacraments, and the benediction—to help students understand what takes place when we worship God together.
As students study God’s Word together this quarter you have a wonderful opportunity to help them discover and understand what worship is, and lead them in worshiping our great covenant God."
Please use the back double doors when coming for Midweek. These doors bring you near the Fellowship Hall where we eat dinner. Follow the Christ Church signs around to the back. All parking is convenient to the back doors. Our accessible parking spots have a ramp to the sidewalk that is connected to the rear doors. If you need special assistance accessing the building, please scroll to the bottom of the page and use the contact link.
We are meeting at the New Covenant Church building located at 5520 Ball Camp Pike behind the Walmart Neighborhood Market.