WEDNESDAYS AT PRINCE

Wednesday Activities will Resume August 14, 2024

In the meantime, you can view our upcoming classes and make a plan for the fall semester!

What do Wednesdays at Prince look like?



Wednesday Night meal
5-6pm in the Tabernacle

CHECK THE WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEAL MENU  Pre-pay for your meal

Wednesday Night Classes
6:15-7:30pm every week 


Make a plan

We all want to make spiritual progress in our lives! To get better in any area of life, we have to make a plan—we don't grow without thoughtfulness and intentionality.

Oftentimes, we don't see spiritual progress in our lives because we don't make a plan! We want to help!

Watch Pastor Josh and Pastor Scott share details on how Wednesday Nights are structured to help you make Spiritual Progress in your life!


FAQs

What should I do on Wednesday Nights?

Below are a few questions you can ask yourself to help you decide where to participate on Wednesdays at Prince:

Below are a few questions you can ask yourself to help you decide where to participate on Wednesdays at Prince:

  • Is this a season that you need Support?
  • Is this a season you need learn the Bible more?
  • Is this a season you need to grow in being equipped in other areas of life?
  • Is this a season you need to invest more in others by serving?

So whether you are in a place in your spiritual journey where you need help growing in a specific area, or if you just want to learn more on a book of the Bible through great teaching, Wednesday nights are for you!

What is there for my kids or students?

We offer something for everyone on Wednesday nights at Prince. Find out details about programs for preschool, children, students, and college students here!

What is the Equip class schedule?

Our Equip Classes fall under either 6-week or 12-week formats to fit our semesters. Many classes repeat every year, while others repeat every other year. Below is the Equip Class Schedule to help you plan out your Equip Classes for the next two years.

Wednesday Night Classes

We have classes for all ages! Look through the list below, and we'll see you on Wednesday!

Wednesday Activities will Resume August 14, 2024

In the meantime, you can view our upcoming classes and make a plan for the fall semester!


ADULT Bible Classes

These classes are great options that you can join at any time, and you are sure to learn and grow through great teaching. These classes include our Women’s Bible Study and Bible Study and Prayer.

Women’s Bible Study
Rooms 1118/1119/1121
Prince Women offers Bible studies throughout the year to provide women with a community of women who are seeking to Trust and Follow Jesus in their lives daily. These Bible studies also provide opportunities for deep, thoughtful study of the Bible, leading to transformed hearts and lives.
Dates: August 21–December 4
Cost:
$15
Register Here

BIBLE STUDY & PRAYER
MEETS IN THE TABERNACLE
Join Pastor David Shivar as he leads an inductive verse-by-verse bible study through the book of 2 Corinthians.


Equip Classes

These classes were developed to help you grow and to equip you in specific areas of your spiritual journey. These meet in either 6 or 12-week formats, require registration (classes are capped to allow discussion), and have required reading (books are purchased during registration.)

These classes follow a two-year schedule which you can see here, with some classes rotating each year while others rotate every other year.

Book Discussion Group: "Mere Christianity" and "Made for Friendship"
Room 1131
Our desire at Prince is to equip you to think biblically about all of life. Each semester, we will offer a book discussion group to better learn how to think about a topic and/or how to better love those around us. This fall, we will read together “Mere Christianity” by CS Lewis & “Made for Friendship” by Drew Hunter. The format of this book club will be structured around weekly reading assignments, personal reflections on the topic, and discussion together in a small group
The group will be limited to 15 people to encourage interaction and discussion.
Facilitated by Scott & Christy McCall
Dates: August 14–December 11
Cost:
$25  | Books will be distributed in the atrium beginning Sunday, August 4.
Register Here

How to Read the Bible
Room 1133
The Bible is like oxygen for the Christian. It’s vital for health and life. But it’s also ancient literature that can be difficult to read and understand at certain points. If you have ever felt discouraged about how to read and understand the Bible, this class is for you. The class will be organized around the book “Reading the Bible Better” by George Guthrie. The goal of the class is to equip you with the skills and tools to study your bible more effectively.
Taught by Dan & Emily Swartz
Dates: August 14–September 18
Cost:
$15  | Books will be distributed in the atrium beginning Sunday, August 4.
Register Here

Storyline of the Bible
Room 1124
Have you ever wondered how the storyline of the Bible fits together? This class will explore the themes of Eden, the temple, God’s presence, new creation, and the mission of the church. The study will include God’s cosmic plan from Genesis to Revelation while tracing the storyline of the Bible starting in the garden of Eden and ending with the new creation.
Taught by Jeff & Susanne Carter
Dates: August 14–November 13
Cost:
$15  | Books will be distributed in the atrium beginning Sunday, August 4.
Register Here

The Pursuit of Holiness
Room 1123
The Bible exhorts us to pursue a life of holiness. But what does that look like in everyday life? We struggle with our sinful nature within and with a morally polluted world around us. How do we live holy lives? Join us in this equip class as we study the inner workings of a person and their pursuit of holiness. The class will be organized around the book “The Pursuit of Holiness” by Jerry Bridges.
Taught by Andrew Martin
Dates: August 14–September 18
Cost:
$15  | Books will be distributed in the atrium beginning Sunday, August 4.
Register Here

Gospel Conversations Training
Middle School Building - Room 508
Have you ever struggled with turning everyday conversations into gospel conversations? Gospel conversation training will provide practical tools and resources to help you naturally and relationally share the gospel with family members, co-workers, neighbors, and others that God has placed in your day-to-day life.
Taught by Sky Pratt
Dates: August 14–September 18
Cost:
$15  | Books will be distributed in the atrium beginning Sunday, August 4.
Register Here

The Following Equip Classes begin September 25:

Gospel Generosity
Room 1123
In this class, we will explore the heart of gospel generosity. Our journey will take us through the following topics including: Breaking free from material possessions, The Law of Tithing, and Portraying the Gospel through Generosity.
Taught by Brian Smart
Dates: September 25–November 13
Cost:
$15  | Books will be distributed in the atrium two weeks before the start of class.
Register Here

Side-by-side: Caring for One Another
Room 1133
The church is a family. Relationships are essential, but can be messy. How do we learn to move towards one another in healthy ways to both receive and provide ministry and care for one another? Join us for this equip class as we explore some biblical and practical exhortations on walking side by side with those in your church family. The class will be organized around the book “Side by Side” by Ed Welch.
Taught by Scott & Jessica Moody
Dates: September 25–November 13
Cost:
$15  | Books will be distributed in the atrium two weeks before the start of class.
Register Here

Introduction to Worldview & Culture
Middle School Building - Room 508
Most of us have wrestled with questions about the meaning of life at one time or another. Our answers to these big questions help comprise our “worldview”—a set of fundamental beliefs and convictions that shape the way we live. In “Introduction to Worldview,” readers will learn how a biblical worldview offers the most satisfying answers to these questions.
Taught by Jody Hice
Dates: September 25–November 13
Cost:
$10  | Books will be distributed in the atrium two weeks before the start of class.
Register Here 


    Support Groups

    These groups meet people where they are at with specific needs and provide a setting for people to share with others who understand, as well as learn how to better navigate their situation. Currently, that includes GriefShare and Dementia Caregivers.

    Dementia Caregivers Support Group
    Room 1134
    Caring for someone with dementia can be challenging, exhausting, and emotionally painful. Join Doug and Janet Nix and other caregivers for support and encouragement at our caregivers support group.
    Dates: August 14 • September 11 • October 9 • November 13 • December 11

    GriefShare
    Room 1126
    Find help and encouragement after the death of a spouse, child, family member, or friend. GriefShare is a special weekly seminar and support group designed to help you rebuild your life after losing a loved one. Our group is led by caring people who have experienced grief and want to help you through the difficult days ahead. We know it hurts, and we want to help.
    Facilitated by Steve & Stacy Winter
    Dates: August 14–December 11
    Cost:
    $15  | Books will be distributed on the first night of class.
    Register Here 

    Re-Engage
    Room 1128-1130
    Re-Engage is a marriage program where couples will learn how to have a thriving relationship, hear testimonies from other couples, and have a safe place to work on their relationship together. This is for all couples—whether your marriage is struggling or you just want to take it from “good” to “great!”
    In fact, we want to see every couple participate in Re-Engage!
    Facilitated by Ralph & Theresa Byrd
    Dates: August 14–December 11
    Cost:
    $45 per couple
    Register Here


    Language Ministry

    Prince English Connect 

    Middle School Building
    This class is a free ESL (English as a Second Language) class that is a great place to practice your English with others.
    find class details here


    Next-Gen Ministries

    PRESCHOOL
    Preschool kids will participate in age-appropriate activities including Bible stories, fun games, and crafts.
    Find Details Here

    KIDS

    Kids will experience a mix of worship, high-energy games, and Bible study using the Gospel Project.
    Find Details Here

    STUDENTS

    Every Wednesday, middle and high school students sing songs together, hear a message from the Bible, and talk about their faith.
    Find Details Here

    COLLEGE

    Prince College Nights meet every Wednesday at 8pm in the Worship Center. If you are between the ages of 18-25 these nights are just for you! Join us for worship and teaching that’s applicable for students and young adults. This is an awesome place to plug in and find your home away from home.
    find details here

    Serve on Wednesday Nights

    It takes many volunteers to run all of the different programs on Wednesday nights—whether that's serving in Preschool, Kids, or even leading a class on Wednesday nights for adults!

    If you're in a season where you want to give back and pour into others, we'd love to have you serve with us on Wednesday nights!
    Please note: you must be a Prince Partner in order to serve on Wednesdays. Learn more about membership at Prince.

    Areas to Serve on Wednesdays

    WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEAL MENU

    We hope you'll join us as we gather together and eat together as a church family on Wednesdays at 5pm! We have a great buffet-style dinner each week, and we'll post the menu below each month.

    Wednesday Night Meal will Resume August 14, 2024

    We will add dinner menus for fall 2024 as we get closer to August.

    You can now Pre-pay for your meal

    Pricing:
    • $6 - Adults
    • $4 - Children (to age 14)
    • $25 - Family Maximum (for members living in the same house.) 
      Pre-pay online or pay at the door; we accept cash, check, or card.

    Note on the kid's plate option: Kids are welcome to have a regular kid-size meal, however, we offer a kid-friendly option as well.