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Connections Classes

Connection Classes

Our Sunday morning classes are designed to connect you with Biblically based teaching while connecting you with people in a smaller setting. Through interactive teaching, table discussion and a time of prayer, you will have the opportunity to grow in grace and truth as you cultivate relationships with a group of people.

These 75 minute classes will start with refreshments while members catch up in fellowship with one another. The interactive teaching and discussion will follow and the classes will close with time for prayer around tables, allowing members to hear one another and pray together.

Classes begin Sept 9 and will run every Sunday through Dec 16.

9:00 Classes

Psalms - Micah Mattix, Rm 221/222

Psalms is one of the most introspective and theologically rich books of Scripture. It also contains some of the most striking imagery of God and his relationship to his people. Join us for this study of the metaphors of the Psalms in their historical and textual contexts as we look to grow in our knowledge and love of our great covenant-keeping God.

Welcome to Westminster - Rob Slingluff & Hank Strickland, Rm 223

An introductory class detailing our church beliefs and preparing you for membership with our church family. We will provide a clear understanding of our vision, mission, values, and ministries.

Biblical Manhood John Martin, Rm 225

We will explore and apply what the Bible says it means to be a godly man. We’ll approach the topic by asking two overarching questions: 1) How has the Fall corrupted men? 2) How does the gospel empower men to be authentic men? Discussing topics such as courage, humility, and marriage through the lens of Scripture, this class is open to high school boys and adult men.

The Addicted Mother Trena Hill, Rm 225

How to stop being what every mother most wants to be: IN CONTROL! Mothers of all ages are invited to dismantle the destructive delusions of being an addicted mother while drawing guidance from Psalm 5.


Restoring God's Design in a Time of Broken RelationshipsMarcel Boudet & Greg Metzgar, Rm 221/222

We will be engaging in discussion around racial reconciliation in the community and in the church, using the book Bloodlines: Race, Cross, and the Christian by John Piper as the basis for our conversations.

Church History: Why Bother? - Ben Montoya, Rm 223

While a course on church history may seem irrelevant, it has countless important lessons and role models who have sought to image Jesus long before we did. This class will show how many of the issues the larger Church faces today have been faced for the past 2000 years and look at the specific histories of Westminster and the PCA.

Gospel of Matthew: The Closing Scenes - Rick Wilkin, Rm 225

We will work through the book of Matthew, specifically chapters 16-28, as we explore the closing scenes of Jesus’ life together. This will be a completion of the study of Matthew started last fall, but everyone is welcome to join the class.

Enjoy a quick description of each class from the members facilitating them: