We will meet during 11am on the patio behind the auditorium (the auditorium is where we meet on Sundays)
This is the same spot we meet on Sundays. If you need directions, please check in at the welcome tent and they will tell you where to go!
Please make all three classes!
Questioning Christianity: For those Investigating Jesus
The Questioning Christianity Group meets for three weeks and is designed for those that are still exploring what Christianity is all about. The classes are set up to be conversational with a comfortable atmosphere to ask questions. The class will include the following:
- A clear presentation on what the Christian faith believes. Is it more than just being a moral person?
- A discussion on the validity and the reliability of the Bible. Why should we view the Bible as having more authority than any other book?
- A forum to ask any questions that are holding you back from accepting what Christianity claims. How is Christianity different than other religions? Why would a loving God allow pain and suffering?
- A discussion on ways to pursue God in the midst of doubts. Do I have to have it all figured out before I approach God?
For more information or to RSVP for the group, email [email protected].
“Before the class, I thought I knew what “typical Christians” looked like, believed in, and [how they] acted. New to Faith helped me break down that stereotype, as well as clear up some misconceptions I had about core Christian beliefs. I recommend this class to anyone—Christian and non-Christian—who is ready to have an intelligent, open conversation about religion.” —Sara
“I have shared the story of how I came to walk with Christ with many people. I hope to share it with many more. I always make sure I tell those I am speaking with that I came to Flood (and faith) as a skeptic! I had too many questions not to be skeptical. This time, more than anything, taught me that Jesus was the one to answer my questions and He will stick with me until I gain understanding. Without that class, I don’t know that I would have stayed at Flood.” —Jim