• Membership Class

    We know the commitment of membership can be uncomfortable for some people. Without being forceful, we like to encourage people to press beyond that comfort zone and consider becoming rooted at Quest. We simply want to acknowledge that commitment and rootedness can be radically transformative ways of people who model the way of Christ.

    The difference between those who call Quest home and members can be summed up in one word: commitment. Membership is a commitment to God’s local church. 

    Membership Class

    Contact: Mary Walker

  • Spiritual Gifts Class

    The Spiritual Gifts class is designed to help you learn, discover and use your spiritual gifts. We'll discuss areas of ministry for which you have a passion, what Spiritual Gifts God has given you, and the style of serving in which you may function most easily.

    What Spiritual Gifts God gave you through the Holy Spirit determines who He intend you to BE and what HE intends for you to DO.

    Contact: Mary Walker

  • praying for others Training Seminar

    Do you long to pray and minister for others like Jesus did?  As believers, we can pray for others to receive a touch from God. At the Praying for Others Training, we will:

    • Focus on praying like Jesus and how to work with Him in the Kingdom.  
    • Discuss how to continue Jesus’s work and discover how to join with Him in everyday life in people’s lives around us.  
    • Explore the scriptural basis of kingdom theology and how to partner with the Holy Spirit and His gifts. 
    • Learn how to pray with and for others especially for their spiritual, physical and emotional needs.
    Praying for Others Training will include teaching, group discussions, modeling methods and practice.

    Contact: Kirk Scott
  • Scripture engagement: Encountering God's Word

    It's not enough to read the Bible; it's not enough to study the Bible. We need to engage with Scripture; we need to encounter God's Word in life-changing ways.

    At the heart of Scripture engagement lies a relationship. Scripture engagement is interacting with the Living God through his written word. The texts of Scripture are not just objects of study, but a room in which we enter to meet Jesus (. And so God’s Word draws us into the presence of God himself – inviting us to know and trust him, receive his grace, enjoy his fellowship, and renew our commitment to him. Scripture engagement involves listening and responding to God. .

    This class will help you learn basic principles, practices and methods of Scripture Engagement.

    Contact: Mary Walker

  • Living your strengths Class

    The Living Your Strengths class will help you identify and affirm the strengths God has given you and discover how to use these innate gifts for growth and service in the church, community and world. The apostle Paul wrote: “For just as the body is one and has many members, and all the members of the body, though many, are one body, so it is with Christ.” 

    This means every person plays a role in energizing and shaping the church. Living Your Strengths will help you find your role — and, most importantly, it will inspire you to discover your true calling. This class will use the Clifton Strengths® assessment.

    Contact: Mary Walker

  • Sharing your faith Story class

    Have you ever wondered what you should say or do in order to share your faith stoty with someone? Have you been at a complete loss for words when asked what you believe as a Christian? If so, you’re not alone.

    Sharing the Gospel is not as difficult as most Christians think. When it comes to sharing the Gospel, you’re not on the hook for nearly as much as you think you are.  

    In this class, you will be equipped to share the love of Christ with confidence, humbleness and grace.  

    Sharing Your Faith Story is open to anyone who has a desire to learn more about sharing their faith in Jesus Christ with others and to grow in their discipleship.  

    Contact: Kirk Scott

  • Prayer simplified Class

    Did you know that God passionately desires that we partner with Him in prayer?

    Prayer Simplified is a class to help participants develop a dynamic, personal prayer life.  We’ll discuss the keys to prayer found in the Bible, including the Lord’s Prayer.  

    The focus of the class to develop a powerful daily prayer life. Prayer was never meant to be duty. Rather, it is the place of encounter with God where our spirit is renewed as we grow to love Him more. It positions us to be more open to love God and others.

    Contact: Kirk Scott

  • Bible basics

    Discover the big picture of the story of the Bible and its reliability for people today. This class will be an overview of the Bible. We will look at the main sections of the Old and New Testaments.

    The aim of the Bible Basics is to enable you to systematically study the Bible for yourself, by yourself. At the end of the study, you will have a clear view of the basic Gospel, which Jesus taught and God's plan for redeeming the world.

    Contact: Kirk Scott

  • Walk to Emmaus Weekend

    Quest is active in the Greater Sidney area Emmaus Community. Men's and women’s Emmaus Walks are held 2-3 times per year.

    The Walk to Emmaus is an experience of Christian spiritual renewal and formation that begins with a three-day short course in Christianity. It is an opportunity to meet Jesus Christ in a new way as God’s grace and love is revealed to you through other believers. 

    Sidney Emmaus website

    Contact: Kirk Scott

  • Financial peace university Class

    Financial Peace University (FPU) will help you take control of your money, plan for your future, and transform your life. FPU is a proven program that will show you how to master budgeting, save for emergencies, pay off debt, plan and invest for the future, and live and give like no one else. Classes meet for 90 minutes once a week for nine weeks and are led by a volunteer coordinator. The accountability and motivation you receive from discussing the lessons and meeting with people face-to-face is the key to changing your life!

    FPU is offer once a year; usually beginning in February.

    Contact: Kirk Scott