Equipping Classes

Wednesday Night Meal: 4:45-6pm (View menu and family pricing here.)

Wednesday Evenings, 6:30pm-7:45pm

All classes and activities start on January 9 and end on March 27, 2019 unless otherwise noted. 

Pastor’s Class
Pastor Monty Guice
Music Suite 
What We Believe: Essential Doctrines of the Faith. We will learn about the foundational truths of Christianity, such as what we believe about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, good and evil, creation, salvation, the afterlife and the end times. Come join us as we learn about the core doctrines of our faith…in a fun and exciting way.

Financial Peace – Register Here
Keith Musik
207 C
January 9–March 6. This is a life changing class that will equip you to get out of debt, invest for your future and give you true Financial Peace by controlling your personal finances. Over 5 million people have taken this class! Attend at least 8 of the 9 lessons and be reimbursed $25! Register prior to the start date.

Seven Pillars of Christendom
Bart Pyle
Building J-1
Through a deep and broad scriptural survey, this study will enhance your understanding of what Christ went through across all of human history in order to bring you to Himself. These “Seven Pillars” will deepen your appreciation of your identity, your heritage, your purpose, and your future. Join us for this fast-paced, multimedia study that is appropriate for non-Christians, new Christians, and mature Christians alike. No materials required–Bible recommended.

GriefShare – Register Here
Jennifer Harvey
207 A
January 9-April 17. Through support groups, practical advice and biblical study, Grief Share is a 13 week group class for the church and community to help you face the loss of a spouse, child, family member, or friend—and move towards rebuilding your life. 

Men’s Small Group
Jason Hill, Bryan Beach
Building J-2
This group is for men interested in deep discussion of biblical principles, how we can apply scripture in our lives, and encouraging one another in a small group setting. Groups will be kept small, and more can develop based on interest.

Women’s Bible Study – Register Here
Cynthia Yount
Building C
January 9-April 24. Study: Live a Praying Life by Jennifer Kennedy Dean. We will spend the first months of the New Year examining in depth what we only sampled at our Fall Women’s Conference. What does it mean to live a praying life? To better understand prayer and to uncover any misconceptions we may hold, we will return to the biblical basics of prayer. Our end goal is to experience a more powerful, ongoing connection to God that can invigorate every aspect of our lives as Christ Followers.

Guys College Class
Travis Harding
Building I-2
College-age guys are invited to participate in this weekly study of hot topics in today’s culture through the lens of scripture.

Prayer Group
Frank & Arlene Nelson
Bldg I-1, 6:15-7:30pm.
God called His house a “House of Prayer” in both the Old and New Testaments. We pray for revival, our country, the persecuted church, our local church, as well as a variety of personal needs. “The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” James 5:16

Friends
Dana Fisher and Tammy Gutleber
207 E-F-G-H
The FRIENDS Class ministers to special needs students from 7th grade through adult. Our goal is for every special needs student to know and experience the love of God. In so doing, our leaders nurture each student and ensure they are in a comfortable environment that is spiritually focused and physically secure. Our teaching material is presented in a way that is easily understood and applied.

Students
Mark Young
Refuge Student Building
Midweek Worship (Doors open 6pm, Worship 6:30-7:30pm, Open Refuge 7:30-8pm) At Swift Creek Students, we are serious about seeing students be transformed into the image of Jesus Christ through the power of the gospel. This transformation occurs as we behold Jesus in Christ-centered worship. Midweek Worship is our weekly time when we gather together to worship Christ through praising him in song and being challenged by His Word. It is an inviting atmosphere for students to be encouraged by building Christ-centered relationships and to know they belong in the family of God. Midweek Worship is open to 6-12th grade students.

Awana (Children)
Awana Clubs provide an active program for boys and girls on Wednesday nights during the school year from 6:30– 8pm. The Awana year begins Wednesday, September 13th, and concludes with an Awana event in June.

Wednesday Night Music Ensembles

Adult Choir 
(no choir in August)
Trevor Collazo
Music Suite
7:45-9pm

Student Awakening Choir
Sarah Poynter
207BD
5:30-6:15pm
Grades 6-12

Kingdom Kids Choir
Susan Spaulding
Music Suite
5:45-6:30pm
Grades 2-5

Little Praisers
Alex Harding
205
5:45-6:30pm
Kindergarten-1st Grade

Thursdays, 9:30am–12PM

Women’s Study – Register Here
Cynthia Yount
Fellowship Hall
January 9-April 24. Study: Live a Praying Life by Jennifer Kennedy Dean. We will spend the first months of the New Year examining in depth what we only sampled at our Fall Women’s Conference. What does it mean to live a praying life? To better understand prayer and to uncover any misconceptions we may hold, we will return to the biblical basics of prayer. Our end goal is to experience a more powerful, ongoing connection to God that can invigorate every aspect of our lives as Christ Followers.

MOPS Bible Study – Register Here
Elizabeth Trail
207 EFGH
1st, 3rd, 5th weeks, January 17-March 21. Study: Entrusted by Beth Moore. Open to all women, free for MOPS members. In this 6-session study in 2 Timothy, Beth will encourage you to guard what God has entrusted to you, further His kingdom by sharing Christ with others, and pour into future generations just as Paul once mentored Timothy. Because in this journey of joy and hardship, we need each other to stay the course and live lives of faithfulness,

Connecting with God, Connecting with Others, Connecting Others with God

At Swift Creek we are all about making connections. The most important connection is the one we can have with God through faith in Jesus Christ. Once that connection is established we want to make connections in our homes and with the rest of the church family. A strong church is built by people of strong faith and individual homes where God is worshiped and honored. Read More...

Phone: 804.739.3001
Fax: 804.739.8996

SWIFT CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH
7511 North Spring Run Road
Midlothian, VA 23112