Equipping People in Community (EPIC)

We recognize everyone is on a journey to become a fully-formed disciple of Jesus Christ. Whether you have just begun this journey or have been a Christian your whole life, we want to meet you where you are. Disciples are hand-crafted, not mass produced, and there is no one-size fits all strategy for discipleship.

Our EPIC courses are broken into three tracks with specific topics of study that will be offered in 6-week intervals. You can choose a different offering, depending on your season of life and what best fits your stage of growth as a disciple.

EPIC Tracks

This track will focus on courses that help us narrow in on what we believe and why, and will strive to engage your head to become a disciple who can make disciples.

New course information for this track coming in late October.  

This track will focus on courses that include spiritual practices and practical Biblical tools aimed at helping us experience transformation in our lives to grow more fully in Christ.

Course Name: Ponder: Practices for Spiritual Growth 

Description: Do you long for a deep, fundamental change in your life with God? Do you wonder how you might truly live your life as God created you to live it? We will examine seven key disciplines along with practical ideas for weaving them into everyday life. We will put it all together in a way that will help you arrange your life for spiritual transformation. 

Resource: Sacred Rhythms by Ruth Haley Barton, $20


Sunday, September 11, to Sunday, October 23

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This track will offer courses that include both practical theology and best practices for service and mission. These courses will seek to put our hearts into action, and remind us of our call to “go and make disciples of all nations.”

Course Name: How to Practice Christian Civility

Course Description: In these wild and diverse times, people confront and champion their view without any respect of their neighbors and Christians fight other Christians whose doctrines aren't "just so." This course will provide us with a model of Christian civil conversation. We will look at how Christians can contribute even though it's not easy to hold to Christian convictions and treat sometimes vindictive opponents with civility and decency.  

Resource: Uncommon Decency by Richard Mouw , $15


Sunday, September 11, to Sunday, October 23