Ongoing Classes

Tuesdays, 1:00 pm – Women’s Bible Study
Discussion Leader: Dana Pratt
This is a dynamic class that looks at issues relevant to women from a Biblical perspective. Topics covered include things like: joy, gratitude, character studies, and depression. It is a fun class where deep fellowship is created. Feel free to bring your lunch along!

Tuesdays, 7:00 pm – Round-Table Discussion Class
Discussion Leader: Ray Pratt
All are welcome to participate in a lively, stimulating discussion format. Join us as we glean some of the wealth of wisdom and guidance from the exhilarating book of disciples on fire for their Lord in the Book of Acts of the Apostles. The welcoming format includes informal fellowship over a meal beforehand and open discussion throughout the class period.

Registration requested for these classes

Spring Term Classes

The Still Small Voice
Wednesdays, March 21 – April 18, 7:00 pm (5 weeks)

Letter from the Disciple whom Jesus Loved
Thursdays, March 22 – April 19, 7:00 pm (5 weeks)

Micah:  A Timely Message for our Age
Wednesdays, April 25 – May 23, 7:00 pm (5 weeks)

Stories at the Cross
Thursdays, April 26 – May 31, 7:00 pm (6 weeks)
Instructor: Nathan Richard

The crucifixion of Jesus Christ is arguably the most important time in human history! We will examine many of the details of Jesus’ crucifixion, particularly the events that each of the four Gospel writers deemed relevant. Stories to be discussed include wine vinegar being offered to Jesus, the crucifixion location of Golgotha, Jesus’ clothes divided by soldiers, many women watching, a sign proclaiming “This is Jesus, the King of the Jews”, and Jesus crucified alongside other criminals. We will see Jesus completed and perfected by his death on the cross, and the implications reflected in the people who participated in or witnessed the crucifixion – including us!


Summer Class

Belief, Repentance, Baptism & the New Life
Wednesdays, June 6 – 27, 7:00 pm (4 weeks)
Instructor: Paul Zilmer

We want to understand—and indeed we NEED to understand–-how the Lord expects us to respond to the call of the gospel. We don’t want to make it overly complicated (which some have done), and we also don’t want to oversimplify (which also has been done). The Bible presents four steps God expects us to take, and in this class we’ll explore what each step looks like, taking them in order: believing, repenting, being baptized, and living a new life in Christ.


Not in Urbana?

Even if you do not live in the Urbana/Champaign area, you can still attend our classes!  For our Wednesday and Thursday classes you can connect via video conferencing.

To join the classes from your computer, tablet or smartphone:

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States : +1 408 638 0968 or +1 646 558 8656
Meeting ID: 706 992 6765