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  • Phone: (831)465-3300
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  • Address:
    2701 Cabrillo College Drive | Aptos, CA 95003

Service Times

  • Saturday: 6PM
  • Sunday: 9 & 10:45AM

Winter Midweek Adult Classes

Weeks of February 14th - April 4th, 2021


TLC School of Theology:  new Testament Survey

Gain a "snapshot" view of each book in the New Testament in these Wednesday night online Zoom classes.  Each week helpful, easy-to-understand notes will be sent to participants to guide them through the Twin Lakes Church ABT course.  More information, please go to:  ABT PROGRAM/taylornotes.


  • Dates:  Wednesdays, 6:30pm, begins February 17th.
  • Teacher:  Mike Taylor



Whether your marriage is strong and healthy, struggling to survive, or somewhere in-between, there is hope for a better marriage!  Or maybe you are thinking about getting married.  Through this Zoom webinar, you'll learn how to connect with your spouse at a deeper level, how to grow through conflict, how to find healing from past hurts and disappointments, and how to engage in God's mission for life!  Each of the 8 sessions are filled with practical instruction and powerful tools that will help your relationship grow and thrive.  Each session will follow this simple format:  (1) Brief teaching; (2) Group or couple discussion or exercise; (3) Debrief together. 


  • Class fee:  $30/couple
  • Dates:  Wednesdays, 7:00pm, begins February 17th
  • Teachers:  Chuck Starnes, Relationship Coach, and Pastor Jim & Suzi Josselyn



Life flies past us quickly and often we lose the big picture of who God has made us to be in the little details and disappointments (and we've had a few of those in 2020!) of life.  Younique is a gospel-centered life plan experience that is simple enough for every follower of Jesus, at any age and yet powerful enough to change the way you live.  The scripture and practical tools used at every step in the process make the difference, moving us from a vague idea of God's dream for our lives to an actionable, liveable plan that focuses and energizes everyday life.


  • Materials fee:  $10
  • Dates:  Tuesdays, 7:00pm, begins February 16th
  • Teacher:  Pastor Valerie Webb



For many people, the Old Testament is a confusing array of stories that don't really seem connected or important to the Christian faith.  In this class, we'll first do a general introduction to the Bible (Where did it come from?  Is it historical?  What's the difference in translations?) and then journey through the story the Bible is telling to see how it all connects and leads us to Jesus.


  • Dates:  Wednesdays, 7:00pm, begins February 17th
  • Teacher:  Laurie Schlaepfer

How (Not) To Read The Bible: Making Sense of the Anti-Women, Anti-Science, Pro-Violence, Pro-Slavery and Other Crazy-Sounding Parts of Scripture, By Dan Kimball 

Do the violent parts of the Bible or the strange rules of the Old Testament confuse you? This class is for you!  There is a rising amount of criticism and confusion about parts of the BIble that are often ignored. Bible verses that seem to say that God endorses slavery and that He commanded children and infants to be killed. Verses that say "it is a disgrace for a women to speak in church" and to submit and be silent. There are strange Bible verses that say we should not eat shrimp or get tattoos or eat ham or bacon. We will look at how to understand these and more in this class. The book "How (Not) To Read The BIble" will be used as a text book for this class (not mandatory) with participants from Twin Lakes Church, Vintage Faith Church and author Dan Kimball.
  • Dates:  Thursdays, 7:00pm, begins February 18th
  • Author & Teacher:  Pastor Dan Kimball 


A surprising look at the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) to discover why Jesus told His followers that it was "ALL about HIM." - Luke 24:25-27. 


  • Dates:  Wednesdays, 7:00pm, Feb. 17th - April 7th
  • Teacher:  Pastor Dave Hicks

BOUNDARIES, By Henry Cloud and John Townsend  - (WOMEN’S CLASS)

The book Boundaries has been around for 28 years and is still a bestseller. Here's why: Understanding our 'boundaries' helps us define who we are, who we are not, and impacts all areas of our lives. Mental boundaries give us the freedom to have our own thoughts and opinions -- Emotional boundaries help us deal with our own emotions and disengage from the harmful, manipulative emotions of others -- Spiritual boundaries help us to distinguish God's will from our own. Learning to discern your personal boundaries, (which are different for everyone), results in improved self-image, relationships, and job performance. Join us for this eight-week class.

Please Note: While reading the book Boundaries can guide you to a process, it is relationships that provide the process to change. For this reason, class size is limited, please register early. To have the best group experience possible, we ask that each member commits to completing assignments and have consistent class attendance. (Homework consists of a 30-minute video, reading a couple of chapters, and completing a chapter in your workbook, each week.)

 Dates: Tuesdays, 9:30am,  Feb 23nd-April 13th

Book Fee: TBD

Teacher: Kim Breuninger


For more information about any of these classes contact Lee Jilka -  or 831-465-3313.