Each semester The Austin Stone offers a wide spectrum of classes, each one intended to allow students to encounter God and truth through His Word, turn daily to Jesus as their only hope for joy and salvation, and seek the redemption and restoration of the world through the spread of the Gospel.
To register for a class, click on the section info for the class you're interested in. Online payment is required to hold your space in a class. If you don't complete the registration, your spot will not be reserved. Classes are closed to new registrants after their start date.
Our classes fill up fast and we want to hold spots for those who are able to commit.
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Because our classes rely heavily on discussion and community, we ask participants to commit to the following before signing up. Space is limited, so please do not take a spot in a class if you cannot:
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Classes designed to help you get connected at The Austin Stone. Most of these classes include a small group component with group meetings outside of class to facilitate community and mission, with many groups continuing after the class semester.
Classes that walk through core Christian beliefs with an emphasis on how theology should inform our choices and pursuits in everyday life.
Have you ever wondered what the best way to teach your children all of the wonderful truths in God's Word? Ever read the Bible and wonder if you should even teach such deep topics to your kids?
Join KIDS director, Lauren Nesselrode and other leaders from South Campus for this six week class. You will learn practical ways to teach the Word of God to your kids. We want to help equip and prepare you to point your child to Jesus through the Bible.
The Connect Class is designed to connect you with others at our church to form Missional Communities. Over the course of this class, we'll help you learn the values and practices of biblical community, build relationships with others in your group, and move towards deeper involvement with this church.
Esther: The Story of an Unlikely Heroine is a five-week inductive study of of a young, orphan girl that God providentially uses to save her people from genocide. In arguably the most unique piece of literature in the Bible, we will see this historic reversal in light of God’s greater narrative of the rescue of His people and the impact it had on salvation history.
The challenges that come with being a new mom aren’t meant to be faced alone. New Moms: Foundations is a seven-week class where new moms with babies 0-6 months can connect with other new moms while learning how the gospel and biblical truths remain our foundation for this season.
We will discuss topics such as parenting, baby care, and physical/emotional/spiritual health for you and your family. Join us as we get to know each other and seek God’s guidance for this new phase of life.
*Childcare will NOT be provided. We want to provide a space where you can bring your baby (newborn to 6 months) to connect with other new moms and their little ones.