ADULTS

SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES/GROUPS - 9:15 a.m.

Bible Study: Galatians

Do good deeds make us right with God, or simply faith?  And if Christ sets us free from the law, can we live any way we want? Join us as we explore these questions and more in an in-depth look at Paul’s New Testament letter to the Galatians.
Facilitator: Tim Limberg and Caroline Anderson
Location: Room 109, lower level   

People to Be Loved: Why Homosexuality is More than an Issue

Join us for a respectful, loving, truthful discussion of this timely and controversial subject.  We’ll focus on Scripture and where it addresses homosexuality—challenging people  to lay aside assumptions and genuinely seek what the Bible actually says about homosexuality and to evaluate how we treat people behind the label.  Based on the book of the same name by Preston Sprinkle, purchasing and reading the book is encouraged.
Facilitators: Pastor Steve Eng and Dr. Jarry Richardson, with Laurel Meier and Beth McCreadie, discussion leaders.
Location: Fellowship Hall, lower level.

Wednesday Evening Classes/Groups at RCC

 

The Alpha Course

Bring your friends, relatives, neighbors and co-workers with you as you try Alpha—because we believe everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions, and share their point of view in a safe, fun and loving environment.  This  is a great option for younger adults and anyone from our community! 


Facilitators: Susan Sauter, Ginny Anderson, and others
Location: Room 109, lower level.   

Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University (FPU) teaches God's ways of handling money. This class will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much moreThere is a cost of $109 per couple for this course, with scholarships available upon request.  For scholarships contact Linda Richardson at


Facilitators: Paul and Elaine Gustafson:
Location: Room 126, lower level.

Worship and Bible Study
God Search: Seven Signs of Jesus in the Gospel of John

Many people are open to God.  Lots of us want to understand God’s love better.  And we all have life experiences that need further understanding.  We want something more, but don’t always know what to do with that desire.

So how will we find God for ourselves?  For centuries people have explored these questions in the story of Jesus and in the words of the Bible.  This study centers on the Story of Jesus in the Gospel of John, and will help you know more who God is and what God is like.


Facilitator: Steve Eng
Location: Music Room, main level (behind sanctuary)

 

Community Supper - 5:30-6 p.m.

 

Community Supper - 5:30-6 p.m. 

We start each Wednesday evening with a light supper here at Rochester Covenant.  Donations welcome, although you can eat for free if you wish. Then, head to one of three great on-campus classes this fall.


Location: Fellowship Hall, lower level  

Wednesday Evenings Off-Site - 5:45-7:15pm 

Thread (for parents and kids)

All kids (birth through 5th grade) and parents are welcome to an off-site, home-based Wednesday evening family meal and faith-formation time at the Kahoud home in SW Rochester! This is a great chance for parents and families to connect and build relationships!


For more information:
Kristin Limberg at   or 507.289.2990.

Glo (for students grades 6-12)

Youth begin every Wednesday evening (starting October 2), by joining parents and kids for an inter-generational meal starting at 5:45 and running until 7:15 p.m. at the Kahoud home in SW Rochester, followed by a special youth-only time led by caring young adult leaders in the lower level of the Kahoud home. And as a special treat, youth will gather at Caribou on Main the fourth Wednesday night of each month, from 5:45-7:15 p.m.


For more information:
Kristin Limberg at   or 507.289.2990.