EVERGREEN SUMMER STUDIES
June and July @ 6:30
Free, no registration required to attend
Childcare is available ONLY for parents attending Summer Studies session(s). For ages 6 weeks – completed 4th grade
Each child MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED by the deadline, for each week care is needed:
May 31 – June session(s)
June 28 – July session(s)
Click here: https://kideventpro.lifeway.com/myChurch/?id=39587

June 7
Women’s Study: Names of God – Jehovah
Men’s Study: Developing Character
Family Life: The Devotional Life of a Parent
Evergreen 201: Intro
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

June 14
Women’s Study: Names of God – El Elyon
Men’s Study: Priorities of a Godly Man
Family Life: Sharing Christ With Your Child
Evergreen 201: The Habit of Prayer
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

June 21
Women’s Study: Names of God – Jehovah Nissi
Men’s Study: God Design for Marriage
Family Life: The Big Deal About Baptism
Evergreen 201: The Habit of the Word, Part 1
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

June 28
Women’s Study: Names of God – Shammah
Men’s Study: Personal Purity
Family Life: Sharing Christ With Your Child
Evergreen 201: The Habit of the Word, Part 2
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

July 5
Women’s Study: Names of God – Jehovah Jireh
Men’s Study: Quiet Time
Evergreen 201: Quiet Time, Part 1
Evergreen 301: Finding Your Place of Service
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

July 12
Women’s Study: Names of God – Jehovah Shalom
Men’s Study: Be Encouraged – Pray
Evergreen 201: Quiet Time, Part 2
Evergreen 301: Finding Your Place of Service
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

July 19
Women’s Study: Names of God – Adonai
Men’s Study: Dealing with Adversity
Evergreen 201: The Habit of Witnessing
Evergreen 301: Finding Your Place of Service
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss

July 26
Women’s Study: Names of God – Jehovah Tsidkenu
Evergreen 201: Managing Resources/Fellowship
Evergreen 301: Finding Your Place of Service
Life Transitions: Hope and Encouragement in Loss