CLASSES AND BIBLE STUDY
REGISTER FOR UPCOMING PROGRAMS
Reveille offers a variety of opportunities throughout the year for you to grow in your faith through study. Our upcoming adult classes are listed below. Except where noted, all classes are offered free of charge.
For more information, contact Minister of Adult Ministries, Kelley Lane.
WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT REVEILLE?
PIZZA WITH THE PASTORS
First Sundays | 12:15 pm | Welcome Center
February 2, March 1, April 5, May 3
You are invited to take a tour of Reveille’s campus, learn more about our church, meet our pastors and members, and have a pizza lunch in the Reveille House dining room. Please RSVP to attend by contacting Kelley Lane.
DISCOVER REVEILLE CLASS
February 9 | 5:00-7:00 pm
Join us a class where you will learn a lot about Reveille, our ministries, and how to make the most of your spiritual gifts. This class is for anyone considering membership or just looking to learn more about our church. To sign up, please contact Kelley Lane.
GUEST SPEAKER JEREMY HOFFMAN
Thursday, January 30 | 7:00 pm @ Reveille
Stewardship of the Environment
Jeremy Hoffman, a chief scientist at the Science Museum of Virginia and professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, will present a program on how Richmond’s environment has changed and how it is expected to continue to change into the future. It will also look at innovative projects currently underway that are working toward making Richmond a city that is resilient and vibrant for all people in years to come. Save the date and plan to attend on Thursday, January 30, at 7:00 pm.
WOMEN OF SPIRIT STUDY
Wednesdays | 10:00-11:30 am
Join the Women of Spirit for a weekly study on Moses by Adam Hamilton Wednesdays, 10:00-11:30 am, in room 210. No registration is required and all women are invited to attend. For details, contact Kelley Lane.
Wednesday, February 19 and March 18 | 1:30 pm
Come and experience practices of Christian mindfulness that you can do alone or can share with your family, friends, or Sunday school class. The class meets on third Wednesdays, 1:30-2:00 pm in the youth center. Author Amy Oden says, “Christian mindfulness allows us to pay prayerful attention to our lives in God with every breath, in any moment, in any place.” For more information and to sign up, please contact Tammy Tipton-Nay.
JOIN THE FIBER ARTS FELLOWSHIP
Starting in January
Do you enjoy knitting, quilting, embroidery, or other crafts using needle and thread? Would you like to give stitching a try or learn more about fiber arts? We are forming a fiber arts fellowship to stitch, share, and pray together once or twice a month. This new connect group will begin in January and will be a great way to beat the winter blues! Days and times to be determined. For more information, please contact Kelley Lane.
DADS CONNECT GROUP
Sundays at 5:00 pm | Ellwood Thompson’s
Fatherhood is a journey filled with innumerable blessings and more than a few complexities. Being a dad today involves some matters that our fathers faced, such as sibling rivalries, grades, driving, and dating, as well as issues they could never have imagined, such as phones, the internet, and social media. Have you ever wondered how you can elevate your game as a father or pass on wisdom you have learned as a dad to other dads? Join us for this new connect group open to fathers with children of all ages. We will gather on Sundays, 5:00-6:00 pm, at Ellwood Thompson’s to relax, share knowledge, and grow closer to God and one another. For more information, contact Doug Forrester.
GIFTS, STRENGTHS, AND PASSIONS
This class has been cancelled. Please check back for more adult study opportunities.
JOIN A CONNECT GROUP
Connect groups link members to one another, the world, and God. They may include Sunday school classes, covenant groups, and Bible studies. Groups may meet at Reveille, in a coffee shop, in a home, or any place the group selects. Each connect group is made up of four essential components:
Bible Study, Prayer, Service, and Care
If you are already part of a connect group through a Sunday school class or Bible study, consider exploring another group or expanding your current group to offer more opportunities to study, pray, serve, and care together.