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.
Visit the Guild’s page to learn more.
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.
Visit the Men’s Fellowship page to learn more.
“Jesus and the Gospels” led by Rev. Lamar Helms, is a second generation Disciple Bible Study which focuses on Jesus in the four Gospels, and how and why the Gospels Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John sometime treat the stories of Jesus differently. This winter and spring, we will focus on the ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection of our Lord, and how each Gospel writer identifies with his audience to share the Gospel most effectively. This study begins January 24, and meets weekly thereafter. Sign up by Jan. 21 in the chapel office or with Lamar Helms so that study materials can be prepared.
“Exploring the Ten Commandments” will be led by Dr. Harry Lucenay starting Wednesday, January 24. The class will use an instructor prepared study guide for this discussion group. The class conversation will confront these ancient directives at the points we are prone to trip over their boundaries. Hopefully, our focus will merge the spirit of the law with the spirit within us, leading us in the way of Jesus.
“Witness Breakthrough” led by Ted Sprague will begin on January 31 at 4:30pm. “ This study will help us in our understanding of the “Great Commission” to go and make disciples of all nations. “Compelled by love, not by duty” will be the guiding principle of this class. This class will be five sessions. It is our prayer that the witnessing of our faith to the love of God through Jesus Christ will always be the heart of ministry at Big Canoe Chapel.
Please call the Chapel office (470-273-6768) to sign up for classes.
The Fellowship Class: Starting on January 14th and continuing for the next three Sundays, the Fellowship Class is excited to be teaching from the book – “One Minute After You Die” by Erwin W. Lutzer. A recent online review of the book: “Very good choice if you have questions about dying and the afterlife. Pastor Lutzer presents a beautiful explanation of what happens the moment you die according to the Bible. A quick, easy read and it will leave you with a peace within, especially if you believe in God and you are right with your salvation. I highly recommend this book.”
Come join us at 9:00 a.m. for this uplifting topic that is relevant to all of us. Books are $10 and available in McCormick Hall on Sunday morning. For questions contact Jean James 706-268-1480.
The Grace Walk Class will be studying the Book of Hebrews starting in January. They meet at 10:30 a.m. in Room 102. For information contact Randy Case: [email protected]
The Seekers Class is studying the Old Testament Book of Daniel, with emphasis on prayer and God’s vision to Daniel on future events. They meet at 10:30 a.m. in McCormick Hall. For information contact Chuck Gordon: [email protected]
The Faith Quest Class focuses on growing deeper in our spiritual journey through prayer, Bible study, discussion, testimonies and historical context. The class is participant-led and uses a variety of different materials and media. They meet at 10:30 a.m. in Room 102 in the Broyles Center. For information contact Keith or Cathy Scott: [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.