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College/Early Career Fellowship
We encourage all our college students to join one of our inter-generational classes.
Young Adult Fellowship
(House at the Crossroads, Great Room)
The Young Adult Fellowship is a diverse group made up of singles and married couples, young and not quite so young, grad students and professionals.
Summer Study: Evangelism: Giving Reason for Our Hope
This class is designed to equip you to be a witness to Jesus in the world. We are going to help you think through how to answer common questions about Christianity, and also learn the practical side of how to evangelize in a way which speaks the truth in love.
Teacher: Jamie Duguid
Contact: Jamie Duguid (email@example.com)
King’s Daughters: Women of All Ages
(Main Building, Green Wing [Office Wing], 1st Floor, Assistant Pastor’s Office)
All ladies are welcome for coffee, prayer, fellowship, and study of Romans. Our guide will be Dr. John Stott’s book, The Message of Romans.
Teacher: Jan Adams
Contact: Jan Adams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Main Building, Green Wing [Office Wing], 2nd Floor)
This class is built around fellowship and the study of Scripture, exploring how it applies to our everyday lives. Currently, Joanna Lamb is teaching a history of the Reformation, with a focus on events that followed after Martin Luther. We are a friendly and informal group, and all are invited to join.
Contacts: Will Martin (301-593-6707); Rock Brockman (301-277-9616)
(Main Building, Brown [Kitchen] Wing , 2nd Floor)
Anyone is invited, especially those not attending a Sunday school class.
Summer Study: Lessons on Proverbs
Our study of Proverbs explores the various aspects of wisdom genre peculiar to Proverbs, including
- An overview of Wisdom and its operation
- Potential stumbling blocks along the path
- Areas of special concern regarding emotions
Recordings of this class can be found on here.
Teacher: Mike Sharrett
Contact: Mike Sharrett (301-935-5906 or email@example.com)
Sermon Discussion: Intergenerational
(Small Room, House at the Crossroads)
New to Wallace? Looking to get to know other members better? Enjoy group discussion? Want to go deeper into the subject of last week’s sermon? The Sermon Discussion Fellowship provides a means to meet all of these interests and needs. Come share your thoughts or simply sit back and listen. We review and then discuss the sermon from the previous week—with the emphasis on group discussion. We also seek to build our relationships with one another by sharing needs and praying for one another.
Contacts: Jim Hemphill (240-351-2706 or firstname.lastname@example.org); Dick Shaner (301-247-6083)