Every Sunday morning at 9:30am we offer classes for those who desire to grow in their faith and study more fully the glorious truths contained in God's Word (Col 1:9-10; 1 Pet 3:15-16; 2 Tim 2:15). These classes cover a variety of topics, both theological and practical, and are open to all. And yes, coffee is provided.

Current Class
Starting June 25th

The Attributes of God

Our Triune God has revealed many things about himself in his Word. While we, being finite creatures, can never fully comprehend all that God is, we can know him truly, through his Son, Jesus Christ (John 1; Heb 1:3; Col 1:15). Through Christ's saving work we are able to know and worship God rightly, "in spirit and in truth" (John 4:22-24.) This class aims to help us study and gain a biblical understanding of the attributes of God so that we may delight in and love him with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Each week we will see how these attributes shine most clearly in Christ and what they mean for the Christian life.

Additional Resources

Other Classes 

Misconceptions about God abound. But they don’t have to. God has revealed His character in Scripture, illuminating the attributes that define Him. While we, being finite creatures, can never truly comprehend everything that God is, we should study what He Himself has said. This class articulates a biblical understanding of divine attributes and explores how a right understanding of God can affect every aspect of our lives.

This class challenges Christians to take a second glance at twelve of the most significant promises in Scripture and invites them to discover anew the grandeur of what God has committed Himself to do for His people and to live in the joy of God’s promises.

This class is all about how to read the Bible as one story by one divine author that culminates in the person and work of Christ, so that every part of Scripture is understood in relation to Christ (Luke 24:44-46). We will learn how to read the Bible rightly so that we can know how to live and how we should engage with the world rightly

This class looks at  how Scripture provides a beautiful pattern for the family through clear and transcendent instruction for husbands, wives, children, and the church. By submitting to God through His Word, the family is to be an intimate window into the glory of God.

This class is all about equipping and encouraging believers to fulfill the Great Commission by being disciple-makers (Matt 28:18-20). We will be looking at how to share the gospel message, apologetics, worldview, common questions and objections, and how to share the gospel with atheists, agnostics, Roman Catholics, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, and more. Our hope is that you will be prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you with gentleness and respect (1 Peter 3:15)

This class aims to give you a greater love for God by teaching you how to fruitfully read and understand His Word (2 Tim 2:15). We will look at the most important methods of understanding how the Bible fits together, the Bible’s structure and literary genres, and some specific study tools and methods to help us better understand the bible.

If there is any doctrine that is uniquely Christian, then it surely is the doctrine of the Trinity. Michael Reeves has rightly stated that it is "the governing center of all Christian belief, the truth that shapes and beautifies all others." Yet, when it comes to this divine mystery, most Christians struggle to explain it or understand how actually matters to everyday life. In this class we will explore the doctrine of the Trinity—how it is revealed in Scripture, its historical development, why it matters, and how it changes everything. Specifically, we will focus on how the gospel is Trinitarian and how the Trinity is the gospel.

Though believers have been justified by faith in Christ, we are to continue to present ourselves to God in obedience and walk in the Spirit. This class will explore the biblical basis, necessity, and joy of spiritual disciplines such as Bible reading and memorization, prayer, fasting, stewardship, and others that enable to us to fulfill the command to grow in godliness.

All people experience suffering and sorrow, yet our responses to suffering often vary widely. As we grapple with the hardships and sorrows that so often accompany life in this fallen world, it is crucial that we build our understanding of human suffering and divine sovereignty on the firm foundation of Scripture.

This class demonstrates that the gospel of John offers one of the clearest presentations of the doctrines of grace in all of Scripture, revealing that salvation is all of God from beginning to end.