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Sunday Morning 9:30


Nathan Bolton & Sarge Domerese Room 204

Courageous Faith 

The purpose of this class is to deepen your faith,

and equip you to better handle life’s day-to-day

situations.

Richard Holloman Room 208

Let’s Talk

Love: Relationship with God that overcomes all things

Forgiveness: Breaking Chains of Bondage

Prayer: Standing in the Shadow of God

Service: Doing the Impossible

Leadership: Hiding in the Wine Press

Conflict: Standing in the creek with Five Stones

Restoration: Broken, Labeled, and needing a drink of water

Mentoring: Servant Teaching helping others rise above their circumstances

Preston & Christy Raymer Room 209

What God Says About Family / Blended Families 

Sometimes family life gets tough, and sometimes

that is because we get out of God’s order and plan.

Join us in seeking God’s wisdom for building and

maintaining healthy, joy-filled families.

Will King     Room 211

Anxious for Nothing

In this class, we will study Max Lucado’s

book, Anxious for Nothing: Finding Calm

in a Chaotic World.  In this study you will

explore God’s treatment plan for anxiety

found in Philippians 4:4-8

Jim Britt & Bart Britt Room 212

Rab’s Class 

In this class, we will study the Word of

God together to see its relevance to

contemporary living, and to see the validity of the

truth and the standards of measurement for 

living.  We will study the Bible in light of present

day events and what the future holds.

Questions and discussion are encouraged.

Donna Wofford and Nicole Jenkins Room 213

Class of Esther / Women

This class will study Twelve Women of the

Bible.  This fresh look at the women of the Bible

helps women discover new insights and provides

a powerful witness to God’s gracious love that will

leave you feeling challenged, encouraged, and

deeply valued.

Larry & Emily Mustread Room 300

Marriage Ministry Couples

Married or Soon to be Married

This class offers biblical insights into God’s

design for marriage and encourages growth in 

relationships with God and with each other.

Pastor Ben Brewster Room 303

McCubbin/Ward Men’s Class 

This class is for men who desire greater knowledge

and wisdom from the Word, and how to use that knowledge

to deepen their relationships with God and fellow-believers.

Aubrey Duncan Choir Room

Bible Studies for Life 

This class presents truths and principles

of God’s Word that lead to understanding

what it means to be a follower of Christ in 

word and deed.

Freddie Hampton       Fellowship Hall

The Main Thing  

A deep love for Jesus, “The Main Thing,”

is what every Christian should desire.

In this class, you will see that having this 

love is foundational in building long-lasting

relationships with other believers.

Baptism Class           Room 101

This is a class for any adult considering baptism.             next to choir room

In this class, we will discuss salvation, baptism, 

why we should be baptized, and possible fears 

regarding baptism.  If you have any questions 

concerning this class, contact Jeff Crabtree 

jeffcrabtree@hillvue.com or Jill Duncan 

jillduncan@hillvue.com or call 270-842-0012.


Wayne & Dusty Knotts Room 203

Ephesians -  Be Rich

Our Goal is to focus on the riches we receive by

being a disciple of Christ and sharing that joy with 

others. We will study through Warren Wiersbe’s,

Be Rich, a 12 week study that will be very rewarding 

for anyone choosing to attend.

 

Sunday Morning Preschool Classes

Ages 0-3 / 8:00

Ages 0-K/  9:30

Ages 0-K / 11:00

Sunday Morning Children Classes

Grades 1-6 / 9:30 & 11:00

Sunday Morning Youth Classes

Grades 7-12 /  9:30 & 11:00

 


 

Sunday Morning 11:00

 

David Mahaney and David Cash Room 212

Developing a Mature Faith

Join us this summer as we search the 

Bible for God's answer to our critical 

question, What is Faith? We will dive 

into Hebrews 11 where God gives us 

example after example of people He 

has endowed with great faith. Then we 

will begin to explore the resources God 

provides to aid in maturing our faith. We 

will again search the Bible to learn such 

things as Fruitful Bible Study, Powerful Prayer, 

Fervent Worship, Effective Evangelism & 

Serving in the Name of Jesus.

Shannon Thompson Room 213

Making Space/Single’s Ministry

Do you feel too busy to make

Time for what is most important

in life?  This Bible study will help

you identify what matters to God

and to you as a follower of Christ.

Pastor Jeff Prosser     University Room

University Class / ages 18-25

This group is about how to put the bible into 

action in everyday life. From taking the next 

steps in our faith, to boldly sharing the 

gospel and making disciples of Jesus.

 


 

Monday at Noon

Pastor Steve Ayers

Pastor Jamie Ward Room 300

The Rest of the Story 

This is a unique opportunity for you to 

engage with the primary preaching pastors

of Hillvue Heights Church.  This class will

primarily focus on a deeper look at the text

preached on the preceding Sunday.

 

Tuesday at Noon

Pastor Jeff Crabtree           Room 300

The Gospel of John 18-21

and Good to Great in God’s Eyes

Pastor Jeff will complete his study

in the Gospel of John and continue

with Chip Ingram’s book

Good to Great in God’s Eyes where he

will cover 6 of the 10 chapters: 

  • think great thoughts 

  • read great books

  • dream great dreams

  • pray great prayers

  • make great sacrifices

  • develop great habits

If you’re ready to take your faith to the

next level, this study is for you!

 


 

Wednesday Evening at 6:30

 

Noble Bell Room 204

Doors of the Bible 

The most important message in the world is found in the Bible

- it's called the gospel. This gospel, or good news, can be

seen in biblical history by walking through a series of

monumental doors that all point to the person and work of

Jesus Christ.

Joe Nichols, Judy Shelton, and Amy Page Room 206

Grief Share

For those who have experienced loss,

this class gives biblical perspective of 

coping with and getting through these 

times of brokenness and grief.

Alan Faehner Room 210

Studying the Scripture 

We will look at interesting passages in Scripture

with a desire to answer spontaneous questions.

Come with a hunger and thirst to know His Word

better, and come prepared with Scriptures you would

like to discuss deeper with brothers and sisters

in Christ.

Pastor Jeff Crabtree           Room 212

The Gospel of John 18-21

and Good to Great in God’s Eyes

Pastor Jeff will complete his study

in the Gospel of John and continue

with Chip Ingram’s book

Good to Great in God’s Eyes where he

will cover 6 of the 10 chapters: 

  • think great thoughts 

  • read great books

  • dream great dreams

  • pray great prayers

  • make great sacrifices

  • develop great habits

If you’re ready to take your faith to the

next level, this study is for you!

Women’s Ministry Team Room 300

This group of women comes together to develop

a stronger relationship in Christ that will guide and

direct them, regardless of their age or stage in life.

Tammy Jennings will teach Just Open the Door

by Jen Schmidt.  This study has set out to reframe

how we think about hospitality and to equip us to

walk a road fo welcome in our daily lives.

Freddie Hampton       Fellowship Hall

Men’s Ministry / Men

What are the qualities of a Man 

of God?  This class will challenge 

you to examine the role Jesus wants

to play in your life as a Christian man.  

The goal of the class is to encourage

men to develop a deeper “followship” 

with Jesus Christ.

Aubrey Duncan Choir Room

Billy Lowe

Hebrews / Men

Hebrews is a general epistle written to the 

Hebrew Christians living outside Jerusalem 

who were under severe persecution. The epistle 

demonstrates the superiority of Christ to Judaism 

and any of the Old Testament laws or customs. 

The letter was written around 67 AD as a warning 

to these Christians to not return to Judaism and to 

continue with the superior faith they had in Jesus. 

Hebrews helps the modern day Christian also 

understand the superiority of a life in Christ to 

anything else life can offer.

Baptism Class               Room 101

This is a class for any adult considering baptism.                                next to choir room

In this class, we will discuss salvation, baptism, 

why we should be baptized, and possible fears 

regarding baptism.  If you have any questions 

concerning this class, contact Jeff Crabtree 

jeffcrabtree@hillvue.com or Jill Duncan 

jillduncan@hillvue.com or call 270-842-0012.

Pastor Steve & Elizabeth Ayers               Chapel

Membership Seminar                    

Come and learn about the beliefs, history,

mission, vision, core values, and faith 

practices of Hillvue Heights Church.

seminar dates will be announced for

the summer during church services.  

If you have questions, regarding times

please contact Amy Willis or Jill Duncan.

amywillis@hillvue.com

jillduncan@hillvue.com

Attendance is one time.

 


Monday Evening at 6:30

 

Divorce Care / Room 206

This class is a support group and educational

class for those who are experiencing the pain

of divorce and/or separation.  In this class, 

individuals will find hope, healing, and strength 

from the Lord and from others who are in a 

similar time of life.

 


Friday Mornings at 6:30a

 

Adam Rogers / University Room

Bible & Biscuits / Men

This Bible Study for men will draw

life applications from biblical stories.

The class will meet on the following

Fridays: May 31st, June 21st, July 12th,

August 2nd, & August 23rd.

 


 

Discovery Classes

Next Steps

Sometimes as a new believer we may 

not know the next steps to take in our

spiritual life.  The six sessions will be led

by a friend that will help you discover 

more about Jesus as you grow on your

journey with him. Each class is limited to five 

individuals. If you are interested, 

contact Linda Chapman at 270-202-2287

or Jill Duncan at 270-842-0012.