Join us on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm this winter, starting January 13, as PazNaz launches these opportunities for us to grow in community. All classes are virtual through Zoom at this time. As you read through the classes below, choose the opportunity that best speaks to your current hopes or curiosities in this season.
Registration is currently closed.
If you have any questions, please contact Melody Bundy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reading the Bible Like You Never Have Before!
with Dr. Brad Strawn
This 10-week series will focus on reading the Bible in new and exciting ways to enhance knowledge, discipleship, and spiritual growth. Participants should purchase Scot McKnight’s book, The Blue Parakeet. These readings will be supplemented by instruction in a particular Wesleyan Nazarene reading of scripture.
Experiencing Forgiveness: Six Practical Steps for Becoming a More Forgiving Christian
with Dr. Joe Watkins
This 10-week class will use a 6-section workbook developed by Dr. Everett Worthington that will help us develop a more forgiving character. In the workbook we will learn what the Bible says about forgiving, and learn a method for forgiving a particular transgression. By praying, practicing that method, and reflecting on it, you will become a more forgiving person as the Lord builds a forgiving attitude, forgiving skills, and a supportive community.
The Deeply Formed Life
with Joan Watkins
This 10-week Women’s Book Study (formerly Girlfriend to Girlfriend) will spend time connecting in community and reading through Rich Villodas’ newest work, The Deeply Formed Life. This session will cover five transformative values to root us in the way of Jesus. If you are looking to connect with other women and to grow during this chaotic time, this is a space intentionally cultivated for you to quiet your heart and mind.
Keeping the Sabbath Wholly
with Pastor Faith Romasco
In connection with our newest sermon series on Sabbath, join us for a 5-week group read of Marva Dawn’s book, Keeping the Sabbath Wholly. This book moves in four parts: ceasing, resting, embracing, and feasting. If you are wanting to cultivate a deeper practice of Sabbath and deep dive into the latest sermon series, this is a great place to start.