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and our hope for you. "

Get Rooted

NWChurch is launching ROUND 2
of ROOTED—a dynamic and impactful pathway to discipleship and relationship. It began in Nairobi, Kenya and has now spread to 20 countries and more than nine languages. If you weren’t able to sign up for the first round, now is  your chance!

ROOTED Groups will meet on Sunday evenings for ten weeks. You will be challenged to develop a life of daily devotions, active service, the practice of prayer and fasting, and transformative conversations with Christians.

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Current Adult Bible Classes

We encourage you to get connected with a Bible-teaching class on Sundays.  It is far too easy to simply come to church and then slip out quickly. We want to get to know you better, so join us! Classes are offered during both first and second services. This allows you to attend both a service and a class—deepening your understanding of the Bible and building your relationships at Northwest Church.

Sundays 9:10am

Sundays 10:30am

Sacred Rhythms: Arranging Our Lives for Spiritual Transformation

Room 108 | Bill & Davitra Lawrence Join us for this overview and discussion of spiritual disciplines which will include practices around solitude, Scripture, prayer, self-examination, and discernment.  This study will provide you with tools that you can use to deepen your spiritual walk with God. 

Mark’s Gospel: Hope for All

 Room 120 | Garry & Linda Chapman People flocked to Jesus because they had hope in Him—hope for healing, acceptance, and victory. This gospel tells us that in Jesus, God has given us “a living hope.” Hope leads to patience, courage, and joy. It gives us stability and leads us to God’s saving grace.
It is one of the three things which last: Faith. Hope, and Love.

Power From The Heavens:
The Holy Spirit’s Strength Within You Room

 108 | Marvin Smith
This class will take a fresh look at the Holy Spirit. We will explore what the Bible tells us about the sometimes
“forgotten God.” Jesus’ last words
to his disciples was a promise of the Holy Spirit which would provide them with the power to fulfill the great commission. This class will discuss whether that power is still available to disciples of Jesus today. For what work will the Spirit provide strength for you? Come hear stories from our community of faith at NWChurch. 

Reflections on the Psalms

Room 120 | Charlie Elkins
Let’s dive deep into the passionate songs and poetry of Israel. The Psalms are heart-felt songs that were set
to music and sung by the Jews to express praise, devotion, suffering, repentance, but, most of all, hope in God. We’ll carefully dissect selected Psalms that reflect those common feelings and experiences. Join us!