Women’s Guild

The purpose of the Women’s Guild is to bring together all women of the Big Canoe Community, to encourage Christian fellowship, to understand God’s will for our lives through Bible study, and to promote activities that benefit the Chapel and our surrounding areas.

Men’s Fellowship

For ALL men in Big Canoe, the Chapel Men’s Fellowship is a Christian social organization that creates opportunities to serve others and to foster personal and spiritual growth.

Bible Study

On Wednesday, September 13,  we will celebrate the beginning of the Fall Bible studies with a meal provided by Biguns Bar-B-Que.  [$8.00 per person contribution please.]
The Bible studies begin at 4:30, the Bar-B-Que meal will be served by the Trustees at 5:30, and Vespers will be at 6:30.
Reservations will be required.  Watch your e-mail for sign-up dates!

Beginning on September 13, three interesting and challenging Bible studies will be offered weekly on Wednesday evenings starting at 4:30 p.m.  Make your plans to participate!  Sign up through the Chapel office.

“Encounter Jesus” led by Rev Len Walker is an eight-week Bible study and video series that teaches and encourages you to walk with THE Jesus of the Bible and not just the Jesus you want him to be.  In this study, we explore eight passages from across the four gospels, each highlighting a key facet of Jesus life and work.  The video sessions are 30 minutes each with an accompanying workbook that offer daily study and faith exercises.  [This study begins September 13 and meets weekly thereafter].

“Jesus and the Gospels”  led by Rev Lamar Helms is a study which focuses on Jesus in the four Gospels, and how and why the synoptic Gospels Matthew, Mark, and Luke sometime treat the stories of Jesus differently.  The study will focus on several of Jesus teaching parables.  We will focus on how the Gospel writer identifies with his audience to share the Gospel most effectively.  [This study begins September 13 and meets weekly thereafter].

Discussion Group Led by Harry Lucenay: We live in a world with similarities but very different from the world of the biblical writers. We tend to confront biblical realities with our own cultural assumptions. As a result, we are tempted to make the Bible say what we think it should say, rather than what the writers intended to communicate.

Since we are a people immersed in our own culture, we are wise to explore the impact of the original environment and culture on the biblical presentation of eternal truths. Who knows? The study could open our eyes and stretch our understanding of the Sacred Text. [Discussion Group begins meeting on September 20 and weekly thereafter]

Sunday School

The Fellowship Class will be studying Adam Hamilton’s book,  Making Sense of the Bible.  It explores how we understand scripture & interpret it and answers many questions asked by Christians and non-Christians alike. Books are $10 and are available in the Chapel office or during class. Everyone is welcome. Please join us in McCormick Hall at 9:00 a.m. For Information please contact Jean James: [email protected].

 The Grace Walk Class will be studying the Book of Acts.  They meet  at 10:30 a.m. in Room 102.  For information contact Randy Case: [email protected]

The Seekers Class is studying Genesis. They meet at 10:30 a.m. in McCormick Hall.  For information contact Chuck Gordon: [email protected]

The Ladies Class will continue their book by book study of the Bible in the Board Room at 10:30 a.m.  Contact Glenda Mitchell at 706-268-1020.

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