Meets Sundays at 9am | 120 West
CLASS stands for Compass Life Adult Sunday School. It’s our weekly study for adults that dives deep into an historical or theological subject. Class takes place every Sunday at 9am in 120 West, starts with breakfast, worship and then a time of teaching.
History of the Mormon Movement
The founder of the Mormon (Latter Day Saint) Movement was Joseph Smith, who was raised in the Burned-Over District of Upstate New York, and claimed that, in response to prayer, he saw God the Father and Jesus Christ, as well as angels and other visions. This eventually led him to what he believed was a restoration of Christian doctrine that, he believed, was lost after the early Christian apostles were killed. In addition, several early leaders made marked doctrinal and leadership contributions to the movement, including Oliver Cowdery, Sidney Rigdon, and Brigham Young. Join for CLASS as we explore the real roots of the Mormon Movement.
|11/12||Joseph Smith, Part 1|
|11/19||Joseph Smith, Part 2|
|12/3||Evangelism and Mormonism Today|
Series Begins December 10th
|12/10||The History of Christmas|
|12/17||Songs of Christmas|
Two Men, One War and One God: The works of C.S. Lewis and Dietrich Bonhoeffer
February 12, 2017
Celebrating 500 Years of the Protestant Reformation: Studying the Works of Martin Luther
January 8, 2017