Fall 2022 Classes (Session 1)

Christian growth

a 10-week class with John Cleary

Learn to see yourself and others through God's eyes and explore how deep-seated change occurs.

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9:30 PM
September 28 - December 14 (no class 11/23)
$80/standard or $30/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Room 201


a 5-week class with Lee Campbell

God designed us for relationship with himself and with others. We don’t do well without relationship psychologically, physically, socially or spiritually. Yet, people report being increasingly lonely. If we had good parents they taught us that if we wanted a friend we needed to be a friend. Good advice! This class is devoted to the art of being a friend centered on a few important principles and opportunities to practice these principles. 

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9:30 PM
September 28 - October 26
$45/standard or $15/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Room 204/206

Survey of the bible

a 5-week class with Joey Francisco

Whether you’re discovering the Bible for the first time, or eager to rekindle your passion for Scripture, this course will help you understand, enjoy and obey God’s Word in ways that draw you near to Christ and transform your life.

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9 PM
September 28 - October 26
$45/standard or $15/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Room 205/207

Parenting Teens through Adults in Fellowship

a 5-week class with Liz Sweet

Having our believing children in fellowship is awesome! It supplies us with many advantages and tools absent from non-Christian homes. But it’s naïve to think it’s all smooth sailing if our kids follow Christ in a good home church. Young people on mission within close-knit community creates special challenges—not entirely unlike the ones we face. This class will focus on some of the special issues related to parenting Middle School, High School, and Adult children. In particular, it will focus on how to help children thrive in fellowship, while constructively facing the complexity of relationships in fellowship.

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9 PM
September 28 - October 26
$45/standard or $15/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Room 200

the seven principles Class for couples

a 4-week class with Cindy Botti and Tracy Glover

The Seven Principles Class for Couples is based on the acclaimed research of Dr. John Gottman as presented in his New York Times best-selling book, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. This class is designed to help couples improve their friendship and conflict management skills using practical tools to enhance and improve their relationships. The Seven Principles Couples class format includes lectures and private couple exercises. Participants will not share their personal issues in front of others. 

Registration includes one copy of the book, The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman for each couple, and two copies of The Seven Principles Couples Guides.

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9:30 PM
September 28 - October 26 (no class 10/5)
$40/standard or $12/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Cafe Auditorium

Leadership principles from the pastoral epistles

a 10-week class with Doug Patch

The Apostle Paul wrote the Pastoral Epistles specifically to help leaders become transformational leaders – leaders (and workers) who are continually growing in God’s grace and leading others to do the same. If that is your desire, God can use this class to strengthen you and others through you.

Prerequisites: Students must have completed one quarter of the Christian Ministry (or LTC) series. 

Wednesday nights, 7 - 9:30 PM
September 28 - December 7
(no class 11/23)
$80/standard or $30/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Room 213

bible memorization class

an 8-week class with Ryan Weingartner

Have you ever tried to memorize a large portion of Scripture? Haven’t you always wanted to really go for it and see if you could memorize that whole chapter or that whole book of the Bible? Think of the fruit that would come for years if you had the motivation and skills to tackle a project like that.

In this class, you will make your own 8-week goal to memorize a portion of Scripture, based on your own abilities and stage of life. Each Wednesday night will begin with a short teaching to both inspire you to continue in that good work, as well as inform you on how to effectively memorize. Then, you will share what you have memorized with people in a small group. 

Join Ryan this fall in being diligent to present yourself approved to God as a worker who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth.

Wednesday nights, 7 - 8:30 PM
September 28 - November 16
$65/standard or $25/reduced
Location: Main Campus, Room 210