Adult Discipleship is an important part of the spiritual growth of adults at LAC.
Join us each Sunday at 9:00am to study together. ADC is designed using the Know, Grow, Show, and Go model of discipleship.
KNOW ChristGROW In ChristSHOW Christ in everyday lifeGO Out to share Christ with the world
Looking for a place of spiritual growth and relational encouragement? Adult Discipleship Classes may be the place for you on Sunday mornings at 9:00am.
Students of all life stages gather to dig into the Word of God and grow in His likeness.
Get ready for an exciting ride as the class journeys through the Old Testament. Learn about snipers, kidnapping, treason, royalty, and even poetry in this journey. The O.T. is full of amazing people and situations in which God has worked.
This class will be meeting in the Uptown Theater. Randy Gehman will be the facilitator.
Exploring the Bible with a view to let it impact one’s life is always exciting. The book of 1Corinthians has many avenues for learning and enhancing one’s spiritual walk. There are guidelines and boundaries both for individuals and the church. Within these issues are deeper questions such as “are these directives for us today or were they only for the church in Corinth?” Also, for the applications which do apply today, how far dare we extrapolate beyond that which is actually written? Finally, there are a few additional surprises.
Led by Tony Fritz in Corridor C, Room 2.
Dig into the inward, the outward, and the corporate disciplines of spirituality discussing topics like meditation, prayer, study, simplicity, solitude, service, confession, and celebration. It will be an exciting time of exploring how we build our spiritual strength through Bible centered methods and experiences.
Led by Pastor Joe Burchill in the Conference Room in Corridor B.
Feeling overwhelmed by the worries and fears of life? You’re not alone. This class will guide you through an action plan that will help you invite God to reframe the way you face your fears and win the war on worry. By his power you will “be anxious for nothing” and experience the “peace of God, which surpasses all understanding.” The presence of anxiety is unavoidable, but the prison of anxiety is optional.
Led by Zofia Beers in Corridor D, Room 4.
Would you like to become a member of LAC? Would you like to know more about the C&MA denomination and our local church? Do you want to meet people and find out how you can find your place in ministry here at LAC? “Welcome to Lancaster Alliance Church” is an interactive class where adults and teens can meet staff and ministry leaders, get the big picture of what it means to be a part of this local body, and learn how you can enjoy and serve God with us!
Led by Frank and Dot Milliken. This class starts April 8. We welcome you to join us in Corridor C, Room 1. Please register for this class by clicking here for material distribution.
The Romans class has been divided into four different classes. This final class will complete the last four chapters (12-15) pertaining to the application of How Then Shall We Live? We will answer the question of how God’s righteousness is to be demonstrated in the daily living of our lives in the world today.
To boldly live for Jesus today demands that we offer ourselves as living sacrifices to God, and to not be conformed any longer to this world. Come and learn how to be transformed by the renewal of your minds that you might know the Will of God for your life. Learn how to apply the great truths of Romans in your daily life – to the Glory of God. (Romans 12:1-2)
Led by Fred Holler in Corridor D, Room 5.