Growing in Our Love for God

Sunday Morning Classes

Before the service on Sundays from 8:30-9:30 AM, we hold classes to provide a context to further equip and grow in understanding of biblical truths in order to live well as disciples. A variety of classes are offered to better understand the Bible, theology, church history, the Christian life, church life, cultural engagement, and being on mission. Teenagers and up are welcome to attend. Come join us as we study God’s Word and learn how to be disciples.

Upcoming Class:

The Character of a Disciple

Cultivating a virtuous life, community, and culture

Character, formed by the gospel, is far more communal and culture shaping than we may think. This 4-week class will walk through this beautiful vision for Christlike character in the heart and life of a disciple as described in the Bible.

Each week will study a different aspect:

3/04 - CULTIVATE: Nurturing a Virtuous Character
3/11 - KINGDOM: “The Beatitudes” in the Sermon on the Mount
3/18 - LIFE: The Fruit of the Spirit
3/25 - CREATE: Making a Virtuous Culture

When: 8:30-9:30 AM, March 4-25 (4 weeks)
Where: Room 111 (downstairs)
Teacher: Jeremy Oddy

Future Classes:

OT Gene 1: Pentateuch

April 8-29

Systematic Summers: Attributes of God II

June 3-24

Intro to Church History: Eras and Issues

August 5-26

Weekend Courses

Upcoming Class:

Gospel Care Training

A training course designed to help develop the major skills needed to counsel, care, and disciple others effectively with specific truths of the gospel in loving ways. This is the foundational course for all ministries related to care and discipleship.

The course is offered bi-annually and held over a weekend.

When: May 17-19
- Thursday 7-9:30 PM
- Friday 7-9:30 PM
- Saturday 9 AM - 3 PM
Where: Room 111 (downstairs)
Teacher: Jeremy Oddy
Registration: Opening Closer to Start Date

Future Classes:

Redemption Groups

An intense small group setting where participants experience the love of God shining into some of life’s darkest areas of sin and suffering. Redemption Groups opens with examining Exodus, the story of God bringing the Israelites from slavery to freedom. Afterwards is a time for breakout groups designed to point participants to Christ as our Redeemer in our current life struggles. Transparency, honesty, and authenticity are highly encouraged and modeled. The hope for those who participate in RGs is that they experience the love of Christ and His people in fresh, transformative ways leading to spiritual renewal and revival.

The course is offered annually and held each time over two weekends.

When: August 2-4, 9-12
Registration: Opening Closer to Start Date

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