Get Equipped On Sunday Mornings
Our Sunday morning adult classes are a great way to quickly get plugged in and equipped. They meet either during the first or second service.
Biblical Responses to Challenging Questions
Sundays, 9:15 am (Room 306)
This fall, the Berean class will answer challenging questions such as: Is God there? Is God fair? Does God care? How can I overcome shame, anxiety, anger, etc? Is saving faith a gift from God? Is science a threat to faith? What are heaven and hell like? In what sense is the Bible trustworthy and authoritative? How did the Bible originate? How are faith and works related? Can those outside the Christian faith be reconciled to God? What is our responsibility in responding to social injustice in society? etc.)
Acts 17:11 – The Bereans “received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so.”
The Berean class focuses on expositional studies of Biblical books and their impact on our daily lives.
NOTE: We offer a hybrid class of both in-person and Zoom.
Teacher: Jim Abrahamson
What You Believe Matters
Begins Sunday, Sept 11, 9 am (Room 308)
Families living out the Gospel through Bible study, community, and missions. Rotating studies with adult and whole-family fellowship opportunities.
Contact Steven & Amy King for more information.
Teachers: Steven (Elder) & Amy King
The Continual Temptation of Christ:
Power & Servanthood in Gospel & Church
Begins Sunday, October 9, 9 am thru November 13 (Room 308)
Power: Who has it; who should have it; how should it be used? These are hot topics in our world today, and in the Church. They were tough questions for Jesus, too. In a six week short course on “The continual temptation of Christ” taught by Roger Brooks, we’ll look to the example of Jesus, and to Scriptures about Jesus, to see what ‘following Jesus’ looks like as we think about the clash between power and servanthood.
Teacher: Roger Brooks (Deacon)
Sundays, 9 am (Room 309)
Paul’s first letter to Corinth is full of wisdom for believers today. Come join us as we study this portion of God’s word, and encourage each other in the gospel.
For more information, please contact Rick Hove.
Teachers: Rick (Elder) and Sonya Hove
Gospel-Centered Discipleship (Spanish)
Sundays, 9 am (Room 311)
Spanish Bible Study
Each week we explore the Christian life and how we can best portray the image and mind of Jesus.
Teacher: Gaby Correa (Latino Minister)
Chinese Bible Class (Mandarin)
Sundays, 11 am (Room 229)
Join us for a time to encourage one another through God’s Word and find community here at Chapel Hill Bible Church. The Chinese Bible Class will discuss the Sunday sermons.
Contact Mark Zhang for more information.
Big Stories of the Bible
Sundays, 11 am (Room 309)
The Bethesda class is specially designed for teens and adults with special needs. We will be walking through the books of the Bible in a multi-modal way (tactile, visual, sensory, etc) to explore the main stories of the Bible and why they are important.
Reach out to Ashley Gyori for more information.
Teacher: Ashley Gyori (Special Needs Director)
ESL Bible Study
Saturdays, 8 pm (Zoom)
Improve your English, study the Bible, and make new friends! Join us by Zoom on Saturday evenings as we read the Bible slowly and discuss the meaning of the words and ideas.
For information on joining this Saturday evening class, contact Erin Jones.
Teachers: Erin & Matt Jones