We believe God is after whole-hearted disciples who worship Him with our hearts and our minds, but we can’t love God if we don’t know God. To grow in our worship, we must grow in our understanding of God and His Word. Training at Citizens Church offers classes and studies that help us learn who God is and what He has done and is doing in the person and work of Jesus Christ.
Our gender-specific Bible studies allow you to study a book of the Bible line by line, in community. Classes have three parts: personal study, group study and teaching.
Baptism Class teaches the ordinance of Christian baptism by immersion. Participants will learn what Citizens Church believes about baptism and how we practice baptism. This class is for those who desire to be baptized at Citizens Church or are looking to learn more about baptism.
This 30-minute class will walk you through the mission, vision and values of Citizens Church. More importantly, we will provide you with a roadmap for getting connected to community and the ministries of the church.
Teaching the Bible and Christian theology in order to make fully-formed disciples of Jesus Christ.
The book of Proverbs falls in the category of wisdom literature and introduces us to the themes, woven throughout scripture, of lady wisdom and lady folly. Ultimately, it invites us as Christians to wed ourselves to wisdom.
1 & 2 Thessalonians are two of Paul's earliest letters. As we mine the words of Paul, we will see how God's grand story of redemption calls believers in Jesus Christ to live lives marked by faith that works, love that labors, and hope that endures.
In the Book of Acts, the authority of the King is proclaimed, the indwelling of the Spirit is secured and the Church of God is multiplied. Witness a crucial moment in the history of our faith as the gospel goes out against great odds and the Church takes root.
The book of Ruth is a story of God's promised plan of salvation unfolding through tumultuous circumstances and seemingly insignificant people. Ruth puts on display God's providence and mercy, and foreshadows the true King and Redeemer that is to come.