The Greenhouse offers a wide variety of lifestyle classes and Bible studies on Wednesday nights during the school year. Sessions run six weeks each, so you can dive into a variety of topics. Classes are open to all in the community. Greenhouse will open on Aug. 28.
FPU has helped five million people across America crawl out of debt, and live their best financial life possible. This is one of the few Greenhouse classes with a fee. First 12 families to register *and pay* will receive the class kit for $100. Other must order online. Open to all in the community.
No doubt, divorce leaves scars. But there are ways to co-parent that will lessen the strain, hurt and resentment for mom, dad and children. Although the relationship has ended, you're a co-parent for life. This class if free and open to all in the community.
Classes for children begin at 6:30pm. Adults begin at 6:45pm. Almost all classes are free, although a few may require a book-fee (if this is an issue, privately let your teacher know and they can provide a scholarship). Childcare is provided for babies and toddlers. K2-5th graders attend AWANA. Teens meet in the ARC at 6:30pm.
This internationally acclaimed program allows K2-5th graders to jump into games, active group time, and age-appropriate studies at The Greenhouse. AWANA activities include Make Some Noise, our music program for children. Cost: $20/child for the year, maximum $60 per family. Scholarships available for those who need assistance.
(Please note: One-time annual registration).
Late fall and spring Greenhouse sessions include Bible Drill for 4th-6th graders. Participants learn books of the Bible, key verses and where to find them. We then compete against local and regional churches.