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Our adult Discipleship/Sunday School classes
 provide a casual atmosphere for the study of God’s Word.

 

Children's Sunday School at Naz Kidz. 

 
 Classes meet on Sundays at 9:45am.


 Please feel free to visit any of the classes listed below:

  

 


 

Adult Elective

Leader:  Steve Savacool

Where: in the Library

Current study: 

The second half of the Book of Acts

  


 

Explorer’s Class

Leader: Sandra Rosser 

Where: in the Conference Room

Current Study:  Chip Ingram's DVD series, "The Real Heaven: And What the Bible Actually Says" To be followed by Randy Alcorn's, "The Law of Rewards" 



 

  


 

Fisher's of Men Class

Leader: Tim Schmitt 

Where: in the Lounge

This class is applicable and designed for men of all ages. The class is Holy Spirit lead and allows for men to share openly about where they are in their spiritual journey. The class offers friendship, fellowship and accountability as we pursue a deeper walk with the Lord together. There is a time for sharing, a time for praying and a time to study God’s Word. We have been studying the letters of the Apostle Paul and will continue to over the next quarter.

 

 

 

Women’s Class

Leader: Robin Morse

Where: in Room B

Current Study:  Join us in the mini hall for Open Doors!

 

 

 

Senior Adult

Leader: Sherry French 

Where: in the Prayer Chapel

Current study: The Standard

Kingdoms in Conflict

The Holy Spirit empowers God's people to live holy lives at the intersection of the kingdom of God and the kingdom of this world. Our battle is not against flesh and blood but against the "principalities and powers" of darkness. During this study, we will explore some of the dimensions of the kingdom of God and the battle you and I are engaged in daily against the kingdom of this world.

 

 

 

 

Friendship Class

Leader: Byron Worden 

Where: in Room E-F

Current Study: The Standard

Kingdoms in Conflict 

The Holy Spirit empowers God's people to live holy lives at the intersection of the kingdom of God and the kingdom of this world. Our battle is not against flesh and blood but against the "principalities and powers" of darkness. During this study, we will explore some of the dimensions of the kingdom of God and the battle you and I are engaged in daily against the kingdom of this world.

 

 

Young Adults Sunday Morning Coffee Hour

Where: at the Nase's 

Leader: Laura Nase

Current Study: "A Charitable Discourse" by Dr. Dan Boone.

Join us as we continue with the question, "what do we do when we don't agree?" We are using Dr. Dan Boone's book as a guide to weave through these topics we wrestle with in the church.

 

 

 

Couples

Leader: Karen Manwaring

Where: in Room J

Current Study: Discussing the movie, "War Room" with study guide

  

 


 Open Doors

Leader: Pastor Phil & Laura Nase

Where: Mini Hall 

Current Study: Open Doors is an eight-week course for adults that is designed to allow individuals to get to know Owego Church of the Nazarene, and to give a place for people to ask spiritual questions and reflect on their own spiritual journeys. We encourage all adults who attend, or are interested in attending Owego Church of the Nazarene to take part in Open Doors at its next offering. The next time Open Doors will be offered begins Sunday, February 5th at 9:45 AM in the Mini-Hall. Open Doors will run each week following until March 26th. If you are interested in attending or would like more information, please contact the church office - office@owegonaz.com. 

 

 


 

Elective Bible Study

Leader: Polly Carman

Where: Room H

Current Study: 

Can We Trust the Bible? Why & How Should We Study Our Bible?

"Do you know that the word "disciple" means learner? As a disciple of Christ, you and I are called to learn, and learning requires good study methods."

 


 

 

 

 

 Since our beginning, Sunday School has been an important part of the Church of the Nazarene ministry. The major purpose of  the Sunday School is to help men, women, boys, and girls to study God's Word, the Bible.  The Bible  does not provide a "pat answer" for every need or problem, but it does teach us how to live life as God  planned us to.