Learning Hub groups are centered on growth, discovery and a deeper understanding of Scripture and how it applies to everyday life. These hubs take the form of seminars and may focus on finances, marriage, friendship, our work, or knowing God.
Who is Jesus? What did he accomplish? What does it mean for me? This seven-week course is designed to explore the Christian faith.
This three-week seminar is designed as an orientation for guests and newcomers to FHBC as well as those who are interested in exploring next steps. It focuses on God’s design for the church and why it is so important. It is also a requirement for those considering baptism or church membership. FHBC 101 will be offered November 8, 15, 22.
Interested in thinking carefully about God and his truth? This group will meet on the third Wednesday of the month. There will be reading assignments from Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology and other resources.
Ladies Bible Study
Leader: Bev Leeds
We meet every other Tuesday morning (9:30am-11am) in Room 206 off the Hub starting October 6. We will be studying the book of Isaiah.
Leader: Michelle Schellenberg
The group will meet on Monday, November 9 (7pm) to discuss Dane Ortlund’s book Gentle and Lowly. Location TBD.
Creativity and Conversation Hub
Leader: Pete Anderson
This hub is a “meeting of the minds” and will have a two-fold focus. On the one hand, ideas in a particular chapter of Andrew Peterson’s book, Adorning the Dark, will be presented and discussed (reading of the book is encouraged but not necessary). The book is a multifaceted exploration into creativity. On the other hand, the group will also set aside time to share their thoughts and reflections on what group members are reading, watching, listening to, etc. This group will meet on the 2nd Sunday evening of every month from 5:30 to 7pm starting in October.