Classes

The Greek word used throughout Scripture for “disciple” translates to “learner.” Being a disciple of Christ literally means learning of Him, from Him, and about Him. God designed us in such a way that, as we grow in our knowledge of God and His Word, our hearts are transformed to look more like His as we aim to obey Him on this side of eternity.

Churchwide Classes

Women’s Lamentations Study: Hope in the Middle

Date: Multiple six-week studies between October 10 and November 18

How do we find hope regardless of circumstance—even in the midst of suffering? How can lamenting what is broken help us cling to our truest hope?

Lamentations: Hope in the Middle is a 6-week study that includes guided, in-depth homework five days a week using the REAP method to help women unpack the book of Lamentations, its relation to the broader biblical narrative, and its connection to our lives as people of hope in a broken world. Class times will include lecture and small group discussion for further learning and application.

Churchwide

  • Thursday Mornings on Zoom → Register

Downtown

  • Monday Evenings at The For the City Center → Register
  • Wednesday Evenings at West Campus → Register

North

  • Thursday Evenings at North Campus → Register

Northwest

  • Thursday Evenings at Northwest Campus → Register

South

  • Wednesday Evenings in Kyle → Register

St. John

  • Monday Evenings at The For the City Center → Register

West

  • Wednesday Evenings at West Campus → Register

Men’s Lamentations Study: Hope in the Middle

Date: Multiple six-week studies between October 10 and November 21

Throughout our lives, we’ll inevitably experience seasons where we must bear the weight of suffering. But, how should suffering as a Christian man look different from how the rest of the world suffers? How can we lead well while wrestling with despair?

Lamentations: Hope in the Middle is a 6-week study created to help men explore how lamenting what is broken is a means to trust Jesus and chase after hope amidst suffering. Utilizing the REAP study method, this class will walk through the book of Lamentations and examine its connection to the broader biblical narrative and how it relates to our lives as people of hope in a broken world.

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Foundations of Faith

Dates: Multiple 5-week studies between October 18 and November 17

As believers, Jesus calls us to be His disciples—looking to Him as the Way, the Truth, and the Life. This Christian life centers around knowing Him and the One who sent Him. It’s not a list of facts, but an intimate knowledge that develops as we spend time with God, our Father. When we build our lives upon God and His Word, we set a foundation that not only supports us, no matter what we encounter in life, but also rewards us with joy and wonder.

This class will walk through the first five sessions of our brand new Foundations of Faith resource, designed to help everyone—new believer, experienced believer, and non-believer—have a better understanding and experience of the beliefs and practices that are foundational to Christianity.

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Congregation Classes