Adult Equipping Hour

Adult equipping hour classes are designed to help you grow in your walk with Christ as you deepen both your knowledge and love for God.
They are offered on Sunday mornings beginning at 9:00 am.

COVID-19 Update: During this time of social distancing, Equipping Hour classes are meeting on Zoom.

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New Member Class
If you are interested in becoming a member of or simply want to learn more about BCLR, please consider attending this class. A final fellowship dinner will be held one evening after the class is completed. You will cover such topics as Philosophy of Ministry, membership requirements, the constitution, bylaws, stewardship and missions as well as information about the various ministries of the church. Please contact Julie Riley in the church office to sign up or for more information.

Current Classes

Hebrews:  The Superiority of Christ and His Covenant (Women's Class):
Women of all ages are invited to study with us as we rejoice in the finished work in Christ.  The class will consist of prayer time followed by a discussion of assigned verses directed by one of the leaders.

Suffering: A Christian's Walk in a World of Hurt

Summer in the Psalms

A 15-week study of select psalms that will intentionally focus on the biblical themes of confession, repentance, trust, and assurance (Pss. 6, 32, 38, 51, 56, 61, 62, 63, 90, 91, 102, 124, 130, and 143). By surveying these representative psalms, the aim of the class is to better grasp how we, as the people of God, might rightly respond to real, present-day challenges, that is, how we can walk rightly in the muck of life. And in so doing, our prayer is that the Lord would be pleased to use these ancient songs/prayers as a means to refine our faith, fuel our affections, and deepen our trust in Him.

We Will Follow - Personal Discipleship

When Jesus gave the great commission, he didn’t command to “make slaves of righteousness,” or to make “sons of God,” or to make “priests and kings.”  He said to “make disciples.”  Why did Jesus command this, and how do we, at BCLR, make sense of our ministry motto “Disciples who make Disciples?”  Join Frank as we explore the meaning of discipleship and the method of being a disciple who makes others disciples.

If you want to receive the slides from class weekly or get updates from Frank about class, please contact him at frank@iturk.com