Pathways to Learning
Pathways to Learning is an ongoing series of lectures prepared by leaders in our community and around the globe. Topics include everything from political issues to life stages to social justice. Pathways to Learning is open to anyone. The series are typically are scheduled on Sundays from 10-10:55 a.m. in the Social Hall. Watch the Christian Newsletter and Church Calendar for dates and topics.
Women explore the scriptures and share in friendship and the spirit does the rest! If you don’t have time for homework between your work, your family and your volunteering, then this is the class for you. Led by Rev. Carla Aday. The groups meet on Tuesday evenings or Wednesday mornings. Pick the time frame that fits your schedule. Sessions begin in the fall and the spring, but you may join at any time. Watch the Christian Newsletter and Church Calendar for information on start dates and times.
Country Club Christian Church offers a variety of Bible Studies throughout the calendar year. Check the Christian Newsletter and Church Calendar for study opportunities with one of our gifted pastors.
This popular men’s group meets for beer and conversation on a host of spiritual topics. Hosted by Dr. Mike Graves and featuring a guest speaker each time. Watch for details on times and speakers.
Adult Education News
Max Deweese Golf TournamentJune 14, 2018Attention all golfers: Join us for the inaugural Max Deweese Golf Tournament on Fri., Sept. 21, at Swope Memorial Golf Course. Beginning with lunch, this scramble tournament will have a 1:00 p.m. shotgun. Come for a great time of fun that will also raise funds for the Veterans Community Project, ... Read More
Backyard Bash this SummerJune 14, 2018Join us this summer for Backyard Bash, four Wednesday evenings of food, fellowship and fun, starting Wed., May 30.
New Monday ClassJune 5, 2018Instructions on Becoming a Disruptive Christian: From Four Who Were Learn from the lives of four believers who followed Jesus’s example as a disruptor of the status quo. Insider, outsider, extrovert or introvert — any one of us can help shift the way things are to the way things should ... Read More