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Sunday Nights

Announcing a new format and a new season of Sunday Nights at Blythefield! You choose what topic would be most helpful to your growth. Sunday Nights are all about connection, learning and family… Regular Sunday Nights will not meet on these dates because of special events: Oct 7, Nov 11, Dec 9, 23 & 30. Check out the events page for more about special events.

The adult gathering kicks off at the Rockford Campus at 5:30p with snacks followed by electives for adults.
5:30p :: Snacks & niteLIFE begins
6p :: Classes Begin (B.kids check-in opens at 5:45p)

Kids (Birth–Grade 4)
Blythefield Kids (Birth-Grade 4) check-in begins at 5:45p at the Rockford Campus only

Students (Grades 5-12)
Rockford Campus niteLIFE for Students (Grades 5-12) starts at 5:30p
Northview Campus niteLIFE also starts at 5:30p at the Northview Campus

Fall Classes

Worldview
Time :: 6-7p
Room :: Auditorium
Facilitator :: Matt Zainea

Marriage Class
Time :: 6-7p
Room :: Portable 3
Facilitators :: Louie Konopka & Gary & Lisa Heim, Karen Baker and Terry & Melanie Yoder
Does your marriage need a tuneup, an overhaul, or do you want to help others in their marriage? Limited space available. Contact Kathryn, kjones@bhbconline.org to register.

Love to Pray
Time :: 6-7p
Room :: 164
Facilitators :: Chris Courter
Join us in this 40-day journey that will revitalize your prayer life! Love to Pray, by Alvin VanderGriend, is designed to strengthen and deepen your personal and corporate prayer life as we study topics such as: why prayer makes a difference, the requirements of prayer, claiming God’s riches, praying for others, model prayers of the Bible, heroes of prayer and prayer as a way of life. Each session of Love to Pray will be introduced by a 15 minute DVD presentation and will be followed by discussion, a short Bible study about prayer and brief time of guided prayer together as a group.

Safe Keeping :: The Transformative Potential of Hospitality
Time :: 6-7p
Room :: 300
Facilitators :: Ben & Brynn Arendt
Can you think of a time when you experienced relational safety because of the presence of another person? Relational safety comes from hospitality. This class will look at hospitality, as defined by occupying the space between stranger and friend, in both structured content and informal discussion. Application will be considered for a variety of settings such as neighborhoods, LGBTQ+, racial reconciliation and refugee care.

GriefShare
Time :: 5:30-7p
Room :: 304
Cost :: $15, register here or contact Carol Steed, 616.581.8016, carolsteed66@gmail.com
Facilitator :: Melissa Sagorski-Hall
GriefShare is for people grieving the death of a family member or friend. Move forward and begin the healing process in a 13-week peer support group. You may attend any or all of the sessions. The group format from 5:30-7p includes videos, as well as group discussion.

LISTEN :: Joshua
Time :: 5:30-7p
Room :: 310 or 421
Cost :: $15, register here
A women’s study. After the death of Moses God calls on Joshua to lead the children of Israel into the promised land. The early chapters of Joshua recount God’s leading of his people through battles, obedience and failure to accomplish his will for their lives. This inductive study will help you to personally hear from God through the events of the book of Joshua as He leads you into His will for your life. This study applies the LISTEN method of bible study as we examine Joshua chapters 1-8. Format of this class is small group discussion with some commitment to personal study during the week (15 minutes per day, 6 days per week). This study is also available on Tuesday and Thursday.

  • Event Date
  • September 16, 2018 - November 25, 2018