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Midweek Workshops and Classes

F

eeding your soul
through midweek electives

Everyone is on a journey. Through these journeys, we learn more about our relationship with God, ourselves, and others. It is our desire as a church that through our Midweek Experience, you can move toward a deeper relationship with Christ, becoming who God has created you to be. As you scroll through our workshops, support and recovery programs, remember one thing…we are both humbled and excited to come alongside you as you engage in our Midweek Experience!

Upcoming Classes & Workshops

    Recovery

    Experience a safe and confidential place to be heard and understood while working through a Christian 12-step recovery process. Learn more


    Employment Services: Job Seeker Intensives Fall 2014

    August 6–September 24
    (6 sessions)
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Considering a different line of work? Fit together all the elements of conducting a successful job search by participating in any of the workshops.
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    Employment Services: H.I.R.E.-W.A.Y.S.

    September 3–December 16
    (1 sessions)
    Time: 5:00 PM–7:00 PM
    H.I.R.E.-W.A.Y.S.--Helping Individuals Return to Employment--Wise Advise for Your Search--find out how you can join this weekly support group for those engaged in the job hunt. Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.
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    Human Trafficking Forum--Teen Focus

    September 17
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Human Trafficking Forum--Teen Focus! Guest speaker, Samantha Owens, Community Engagement Specialist from National Runaway Safeline share an important message on how our children can be protected and equipped to prevent ever being at-risk to human trafficking.
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    Discover Your Spiritual Gifts

    September 17
    Time: 7:30 PM–8:45 PM
    Discover your volunteering 'sweet spot' in this class by identifying your calling as part of the local church. Find the ministry role that best fits your gifts, talents, and passion.
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    The Basics of Life After Loss

    September 17
    Time: 7:30 PM–8:45 PM
    Grief is often associated with the death of a loved one but “grief” is also felt at other times in varying degrees, by anyone experiencing loss in their life. The strong emotions resulting from a loss such as death, estrangement from a beloved family member, the ending of a marriage, an illness or accident restricting your ability to engage fully in life, are all triggers for grief. Join us for this one night, teaching event to explore grief, what it looks and feels like, understand how we each grieve differently and healthy ways to respond and move through your loss. Teaching only. No registration required.
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    FALL 2014 AWANA KINDERGARTEN-GRADE 5 REGISTRATION

    September 17–December 10
    (12 sessions)
    Time: 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
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    FALL 2014 MIDWEEK FOR KIDS: INFANTS - AGE 5 REGISTRATION

    September 17–December 10
    (12 sessions)
    Time: 7:00 PM–8:30 PM
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    Life After Loss - Fall 2014

    September 24–November 12
    (8 sessions)
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Life After Loss Teaching Team This workshop helps grieving adults find comfort and solace in their journey toward emotional and spiritual healing after experiencing any deep loss, such as the death of a loved one, an end of a marriage or the loss of home/job. Teachings are designed to provide a framework for processing a variety of emotions such as anger, guilt, sadness and loneliness in a small group setting with the goal of helping participants find acceptance and renewed hope in a new season of living after a loss.
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    Prison & Jail--The Effects of Incarceration: Transitioning from Surviving to Thriving

    September 24–October 15
    (4 sessions)
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Prison & Jail--The Effects of Incarceration on Families: Transitioning from Surviving to Thriving. Join us for a four-week series designed to restore, preserve and strengthen family bonds during separation and upon re-entry.
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    Financial Peace University — South Barrington Fall 2014

    September 24–November 19
    (9 sessions)
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Sign up for Financial Peace University and step into a stronger financial future.
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    Employment Services: Job Fair October 1

    October 1
    Time: 1:00 PM–4:00 PM
    Job Fair--Now hiring! Meet prospective employers from the community who are looking to fill open positions with great candidates! Positions in manufacturing, food service, healthcare, administration, sales and retail are among some of the options available.
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    Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development

    October 8–October 29
    (4 sessions)
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Entrepreneurship & Small Business Development--Consider joining this four week class to learn more and discover if running your own business is right for you. Hear from business owners and get advice from our own "shark tank" without feeling like shark bait!
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    Marital Restoration - Fall 2014

    October 8–November 19
    (7 sessions)
    Time: 7:00 PM–9:00 PM
    This workshop is designed to help couples in marital distress to get "unstuck and on their way." This workshop offers couples a new perspective and hope-filled ways to deal with brokenness and pain in their marriage.
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    Human Trafficking Forum--We Need Your Light Concert & Drama Presentation

    December 10
    Time: 7:30 PM–9:00 PM
    Human Trafficking Forum: We Need Your Light Concert & Drama Presentation--Willow vocal and drama artists come together to shine their creative light on raising awareness and understanding on the plight of trafficked adult women.
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Workshop Highlight

Dr. Gilbert Bilezikian, author, teacher, and theologian focuses on what the Bible says about the advantages and challenges of being single within the Christian community.

Audio Messages

Volunteer Opportunities

Join the Midweek Experience Team and use your gifts and passions to help kids, students, and adults take a next step in their spiritual journey. Sign up

Kids & Students

Kids (Infant to age 5)

Your kids will experience great childcare in a safe and fun environment provided by dedicated volunteers. No registration is necessary, however, you must check in your child every Wednesday. Look for the check-in location on the lower level of the Main Lobby near Promiseland Central.

Kids (Kindergarten through Grade 5)

Your Kindergarten through Grade 5 kids build relationships with their friends and leaders, and are empowered to value and understand God's Word, the Bible, through deeper Scripture engagement and Scripture memory, through a modified Awana curriculum. Registration is highly recommended. Learn more