Bible classes take women and men seriously as students of the Bible, by providing them curriculum focused on a line by line understanding of entire books of the Bible, engaging discussion in small group environments, God‐centered worship and sound biblical teaching. The goal of these 11-week courses is to see women and men grow deeper in their love for God and others by beholding Him in His Word. To register for our Spring 2020 Bible Classes, visit our Events Page.
Soul Care Class is a 14-week course that will assist you in providing biblical descriptions and explanations of the more common and significant problems people face. It will provide biblical ways of understanding and helping people in their struggle. It will also help you to know how to have wise and loving conversations. Topics Covered: Anger, Depression, Fear and Anxiety, Addiction, Sexuality, Suffering, Interpersonal conflict, Victimization, and more. Class starts Wednesday, January 22 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. You can register for the class here.
STEPS is an intensive discipleship study of what scripture has to say regarding sin and suffering and how to live out the gospel. In STEPS, you will follow a specific curriculum, be paired with a mentor who will help walk you through the 15-week study. STEPS meets in conjunction with Recovery Groups, but requires registration. If you would like to know more about STEPS, you can register for our interest meeting on January 12, 2020 here.
Citizens Church practices post-conversion baptism. If you would like to be baptised, or would simply like to know more about what we believe regarding baptism, please consider attending this class taught by Adam Hawkins. You can register for it here.
Citizens Church is partnering with the Perspectives organization to offer this class. Perspectives is a 15-week life and learning opportunity that will change the way you view the world around you. In it, you will have your eyes opened to the heart and purpose of God, and how you can take part in His work all over the world, from the urban streets of America to the rain forest and deserts of distant lands. A fantastic array of pastors, theologians, international missiologists and mobilizers will challenge and inspire you with their personal experiences that will open your eyes to see just how big God is, and how much He desires that all might come to know Him. Whether you are single, married, a student, a homemaker, a professional or retired, Perspectives will bless and challenge your life and direction. You can register for the class here.
The Catechism Class focuses on the 38 questions and answers of a classic Reformed catechism (specifically the first section of the Westminster Shorter Catechism). The purpose of the study is two-fold. First, it will reinforce the unique Christian understanding of these concepts: the meaning of life, what the problem with the world is, who the true and living God is, what our Triune God has done for us out of love, what exactly salvation is and how it works, etc.. Second, the goal is to spark wonder at the goodness and majesty of God and the enormity of His grace. Dates of the class: Sundays, Jan. 19 - March 29, 11:15a-12:30p, Room B204
To Register: Contact Mike Im at firstname.lastname@example.org