Join us for Sunday mornings for our Winter Adult Classes! Classes will meet January 5 – March 22.

All classes meet at 9:30 each Sunday.  

Exodus      Lamar Bowman & Hank Staggs    Main Auditorium

Are My Kids On Track?     Ritchie & Kelly Pickens, Eric & Melanie Grogan     Family Life Center
From birth to adulthood, our children’s physical and intellectual development is carefully tracked and charted. But what about their hearts? How our children develop emotionally, socially, and spiritually will determine who they become as husbands and wives, fathers and mothers, friends and co-workers. Are My Kids on Track? helps you identify and measure 12 key emotional, social, and spiritual milestones in your
children’s lives. 

70 seconds     Greg Brown     Cedar Room
“70 Seconds” is all it took for God to tell Joshua everything he needed to know to successfully lead his people.One of the most powerful books on Christian leadership is found in the Bible: the book of Joshua. This class will work to unfold God’s plan for creating steadfast leaders. We will use the book, 70 Seconds by Dan Holland as a guide to this study of leadership through the life of Joshua. 

A Biblical Approach to the Enneagram    Josh Allen & Shari Godley
Small Auditorium
This class examines the invitation of Jesus to lose yourself in order to find your true self, and presents the personality system known as the Enneagram within this biblical framework. It will guide you toward liberating self-awareness by detailing nine distinct personality patterns, each with particular gifts and challenges. 

Caregivers Education     Terry Booker & Guest Speakers     Room 502
If you anticipate ever being a caregiver or needing care beyond your personal capabilities, this class will educate you in how to prepare for that event. Professionals in each field will provide an appreciation for understanding basic human needs, healthcare insurance options, healthcare options, legal issues & solutions, financial alternatives, spiritual needs, caregiver planning & care, hospice care, nutritional concerns, dealing with grief, dealing with Alzheimer’s & dementia, physical fitness concerns, & resources to deal with a myriad of issues for aging loved ones. 

A Path to Hope     Trey Hartman, Carter Mullins, Ryan Glover, David Tiner, Brandon Tucker, Donald Scott     Room 500
It is safe to assume that there are many people at Brentwood Hills that are struggling with some form of addiction and do not know what is available to help them. They may feel isolated and alone and believe they are the only person dealing with such an issue and their SHAME keeps them from reaching out for help. We want them to know that they are not alone and there is a path to HOPE.

Ephesians     Jesse Gough     Reception Room 

Romans     Bill Stowe & David Tiner     Room 503|505

Circle of Sisters     Susan Hale & Dona Howell     Room 507
All ladies are invited to study “Trustworthy” by Lysa TerKeurst (a study of 1 & 2 Kings).

PULSE     Room 504|506
A class for young professionals in their 20s and early 30s.

Best Class Ever!     Various Teachers     Room 301
A class for adults with all abilities. The best class ever!

College     Jon Lowrance     Room 605

For more information about any of these classes, please contact Josh Allen.

The bhcc kids ministry offers classes for infants through 5th graders. For more information about classes and locations, contact Teresa Brown or stop by the kids’ info center to check in!

The Brentwood Hills Student Ministry offers classes and programs for 6th-12th graders.  CLICK HERE for more information!

WEDNESDAY EVENING WINTER QUARTER ADULT CLASSES

5:45 PM POWER class

6:30 PM Classes

Walt Leaver in the Main Auditorium

Men’s Class in the Cedar Room, taught by Will Parker and Enoch Rinks

Women’s Class – The Gathering – in the Reception Room, led by Rebekah Park, Stephanie Trail, and Keeley White

Ladies Bible Class in Room 500, taught by Ann Stowe and M.E. Hall

College Class in Room 605, taught by Nate Saunders

Veterans’ Class in Room 301, taught by Fred Frawley

Singing Class in 503/505, taught by Andrew Leeper

For more information about any of these classes, please contact Josh Allen.