Sundays 10:15-11:30am, Room 212/213
Become a student of God’s Word. Learn historical context, how
God’s Word ties together and how it applies to everyday life.
Through studying the Bible, one book at a time, you will create solid
roots to sustain you through the joys and trials of life.
First, Third, and Fifth Tuesdays every month, 6:30pm, Room 219
We are a Bible study group meeting once every two weeks. This
Bible study is a systematic teaching of God’s Word in depth verseby-
verse, and chapter by chapter without compromising its Jewish
roots. We focus on the practical application of the Scriptures in
our daily lives. Our Study is open to everyone who believes that
God’s Word is infallible and Jesus is the only way to God. Now we
are in the book of Revelation. All are welcome to attend.
Wednesdays 6–8PM, Room 128 (Wisconsin Campus)
GriefShare is a faith based weekly video seminar series that
features some of the nation’s foremost Christian experts on grief
and recovery topics as seen from a biblical perspective. Sessions
are 13 weeks. Walk with others through one of life’s most difficult
experiences. GriefShare meets weekly to help you face the
challenges and move toward rebuilding your life. We invite you to
join us on Tuesday evenings 6–8PM.
Sundays 11:00am during worship, Room 219 for the sermon
“Welcome Home” to Hands of Faith! It is our hope you will feel at
“home” with us. We welcome you with “open arms” and hope you
will find a spiritual home in a relationship with God through Jesus
Christ. In the gospel of Matthew chapter 5 verse 16, Jesus says,
“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good
works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Our goal is to help those
grow in their faith in Jesus Christ and lead them toward spiritual
maturity and ministry involvement and through fellowship with
other believers as we worship God. It is our desire that the focus of
every worship service, every activity, and individual life at Faith seek
the Father’s heart, follow His ways and share His love and light with
others. American Sign Language (ASL) is the heart language of the
Deaf and hard of hearing in communicating to those who want to
worship with us in ASL.
Steve Carlisle Jr.
Get connected with other young adults in our church as we get together not only do life together, but to help each other grow in Christ.