Classes 

Our classes are short, 4-6 week gatherings on a specific topic or area of theology. While growth isn't just knowing more about God, classes are a great way to learn more about God in short, specific bursts. Typically, we offer one class at a time that meets during one of our service hours at either 9am or 10:45. If you find a topic you want to know more about, sign up online or just show up! 


Spring 2017

Messy Spirituality: Navigating Life and Faith

Mike Messerli: 4/23-5/21 - 9:00 a.m. 203A

Living the Christian life is hard! We face trials and battle bullies in a culture that often feels foreign, all the while wrestling with our own issues of doubt and self-control. Sometimes faith is easy, but most of the time it's just plain hard. Come join our five-week conversation as we talk about the messy, sticky, and difficult parts of living out our faith. Mike Messerli will lead us through what the book of James says about how to navigate life and faith at 9 a.m. in Room 203A.

God without religion

Austin agnew: 4/30-521 – 10:45 a.m. 203A

At times it's easy to make religion about rules and all of these things we need to do, but in reality, God is after our hearts. He asks us to have faith, trust Him and pursue a relationship with Him. In this class, we'll spend four weeks looking at what it means to rest in Jesus and how enjoying God's presence can transform everyday life. This class will be lead by Austin Agnew and will be at 10:45 a.m. in Room 203A.