Class Schedule


Sundays - 9:30AM

September 11 - November 27, 2022

Connections Class: Young Singles, Young Couples, and Parents of Kids Birth-6th Grade: Strategic Life

Kyle Wade
Hali Room- 401
Most people are obsessed with something. It's always fun to sit down with someone and hear them talk about what they are passionate about. We can all go on and on about what we care deeply about, often blind of other things going on around us. Paul was obsessed with Jesus. It colored how he saw himself, his circumstances, his past, present, and future. His love for Jesus led to him to sing in prison and rejoice in all circumstances. This obsession changed how he saw everything and he invites the church to do the same. Join us this Fall as we study the letter to the church at Philippi and get a glimpse of the fruit of an obsession with Jesus.

Senior Adult Class: The Biblical Way to Read the Bible

Brian Mashburn, Doyle Corder and Jerry Morgan
Library - 701
The Bible is the most influential book of all time. It has preserved a message that has provided love, hope, and life to countless generations of people. However, it has also been mis-used, by people aware and unaware, to impose a burden on people that the Bible, and God Himself, never intended. How can this be? How can wellintentioned people approach the very same book and leave it with such different messages, conclusions, attitudes, priorities, and beliefs? Because the Bible is not a simple book. It is not a book at all, but a collection of books, written by over 40 authors, over a span of 1400 years, in very different genres, to very different audiences, in three ancient languages. Hopeless? Far from it. But as Christians who make it a point to examine scripture, we also need to examine how we approach scripture, so that we take from it what it was designed by God to deliver.

Middle Adult Class: Understanding the Historical Context of

Ryan Porche & Steve Eldridge
Room 603
The Bible is an amazing gift - it tells the story of God relating to humans over thousands of years. In this class, Steve will situate a number of biblical events and stories within their historical context in order for us to more fully appreciate their significance. Ryan will then lead a group discussion designed to apply what we discover.

RISE Class

Jeromy Hunter & Brian Booker
Room A2
RISE stands for Recovery Intersecting Spiritual Experience. This semester, we will continue our conversations about following Jesus and living out our faith authentically. All are welcome - even if this Spring is your first time to attend a class - we’d love to have you!


Sundays - Other Times

Prayer Ministry

Kyle Wade
Room 506
Each week a team from SW prays over the church. Our desire is to put God at the center of our lives and invite Him to use this body to bring Him Glory. We meet on Sundays. The first Sunday of the month we meet from 2:00-4:00pm for an extended time of prayer and learning. Every remaining Sunday, we meet at 8:30am to pray. We would love to have you join us!

Nar-Anon for Family of Friends of Addicts

Sundays, 1:00-2:00pm
Library - 701
This group is for the family and friends of those currently or formerly struggling with substance abuse. This is a great opportunity to find a supportive community as we learn to love well.


Additional Weekday Activities

Celebrate Recovery

Jeromy & Jamie Hunter
6:30-8:00 - Room A-2
Celebrate Recovery is a Christ-centered, 12-step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain, or addiction of any kind. Celebrate Recovery is a safe place to find community and freedom from the issues that are controlling our lives.

Wednesday Devotionals

Ryan Porche & Dean Whaley
Wednesdays, Sept 7- Dec 14
6:30-7:30pm - Room 603
These encouraging devotionals provide an opportunity to attend to God in the middle of our busy week. We’ll fellowship, sing, pray, and share conversations about following Jesus. We’re especially excited to have Dean Whaley during September!


Edie Hurley
Wednesdays, Sept 7- Nov 16
6:45-8:00pm - Room A4
In this parenting class, join us for discussions on how our personality affects us as moms and women. We’ll be using the book, Motherstyles, to guide our discussions on finding our strengths as we parent. We will also explore these types of traits through the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. Women of all ages are welcome to come as we all have personalities! If you want to purchase the book (you don’t have to), it is MotherStyles: Using Personality Type to Discover Your Parenting Strengths (by Janet Penley and Diane Eble).

Women’s Beth Moore Study: Galatians

Elise Hairston & Gina Jenkins
Wednesdays, Sept 21- Oct 26
6:30-8:00pm - Room 601
This class will be a 6-week deep dive into Galatians with Beth Moore. When we gather, we’ll watch her teaching videos and discuss our reflections. We’ll also complete daily assignments on our own. Workbooks are $10 through the church, or you can order one on your own.

Family & Friends CPR Course

Kenna & Bryan Van Meter
Class 1: Sept 14, 21, & 28 (3 weeks)
Class 2: Nov 2, 9, & 16 (3 weeks)
6:30-8:00pm, Room 503
This course teaches the lifesaving skills of adult Hands- Only CPR, adult CPR with breaths, child CPR with breaths, adult and child AED use, infant CPR, and mild and severe airway block for adults, children, and infants. This class does not provide a certification, but it will be hands on, so dress comfortably. Space is limited, please RSVP to Misty in the office: 806-352-5647.

Zacchaeus’ Place

Brad & Karen Thompson
7:00pm - Hali Project Room
Designed for developmentally delayed adults, Zacchaeus’ Place is our Wednesday night gathering where each week we have a Bible lesson, we sing happy birthday to anyone celebrating, and we have a prayer time that is second to none at Southwest. These days, we’re meeting at Snack Pak to serve together in the fight against hunger. If you’d like to experience the joy found in this class along with making some new friends, we would love to have you join us!

Narcotics Anonymous

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
12:00-1:00pm - Library - 701
This recovery group is open for anyone currently or formerly struggling with substance abuse. It is a safe place to find supportive community on the road to recovery.

My Next Step Open Recovery Meeting

Scott Walker
7:00-8:00pm - Library - 701
Every Thursday, we have an open recovery meeting with a speaker and a chip ceremony. This event is open for anyone struggling with an addiction of any kind.

Wednesday Evening Children & Students

Wednesdays: Toddler - 4th Grade:
Classes Sep 7 - Nov 16

Wednesdays: 5th - 6th Grade:
Classes Sep 7 - Dec 14

7th - 12th Grade Wednesdays Trek Groups:
Sep 7 - Dec 14 in The Garage