Here at Intercessor, we would like to make it easy for you to connect not only with God but your church family as well. Below are some ways for you to get involved at Intercessor and to learn more about us.
The Welcome Class is the first place where we connect and introduce you to the Life Development Process – The journey to becoming a “Fully Devoted Follower of Christ”. This meeting will be held on the 2nd Sunday of every month downstairs in church basement.
ALPHA is designed for those who are curious, searching, or newly learning about God and the Christian faith, prayer, Jesus and the Holy Spirit, healing, and more. This weekly ten-session course discusses many important “questions of life”, through video and discussion. Dinner is served at 6:30pm and the course is free. ALPHA explores such topics which include: who is Jesus, what is Christianity, faith, evil, prayer, the bible and more. The next class begins on Tuesday April 25th. Click here to register.
This weekly ten-session course goes deeper into topics related to the Christian faith and the Church, such as: Revelation, Holy Scripture, Church History, the Creeds, the Sacraments, the Clergy, WHAT the church believes and practices, HOW it worships, and WHY? Dinner is served at 6:30pm and the course is free. This course is prerequisite to serving as a leader of ministry, or to become an official member of the ICCEC. Next session of classes begin on April 25th. Click here to register.
Small groups are the spiritual glue that keeps us connected in our relationship with Christ and the Church body. In small groups we have the chance to grow in our knowledge and life application of the Bible, build foundational relationships, learn to pray and listen to God with others. It is a great place to invite a friend.
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School of Ministry
Do you want a deeper understanding of the Scriptures?, or know what your role is in the Body of Christ?, or what God’s plan and purpose is for your life?
The Church of the Intercessor is continuing its School of Ministry again this year with some modifications to the amount of work that was required last year.
All are invited to enroll, even at this point, since each course, (or module), is independent of any other module. This semester we will be looking at “The Theology of the Church”. (What is the Church’s role in the Kingdom of God? Why is it important to be an active member of the Body of Christ? and much more.)
Classes are held in the Parish Hall on Thursdays from 7:30 until 9:15 for a total of 9 weeks.