At Cityview, we believe in the importance of lifelong learning.

We provide a variety of classes during our Explore Hour (Sundays at 9a) that will help enrich your understanding of the faith. These classes promote spiritual growth, theological and biblical insight, and ministry development, all of which will help you to become a mature and equipped follower of Christ.

We offer certain classes regularly, such as our Membership and Spiritual Gifts classes. We also offer a variety of electives, typically offering one class each quarter in these five tracks:

Explore Christianity

The Well

Introduction to the faith and the church for those investigating Christianity or Cityview

Berea

Inductive study of different books of the Bible

Tyrannus

Training for personal ministry (outreach, discipleship, etc.) and leadership

Areopagus

Our most rigorous classes intellectually, centering on theology and apologetics

The Portico

Practical instruction on topics like parenting, marriage, finances, and the like

Current Offerings

Beautiful Design: God’s Unchanging Plan for Manhood and Womanhood (Portico), led by Kyle Bjerga, Youth Room ♦ January 13-March 10

Based on Matt Chandlers video series. This class is designed for adults, teenagers and all Kids’ City parents because there will be great conversations to have as a couple as you seek to be intentional with training up young men and women in your home. Open to all. Click for video link.

The God Who Speaks (Areopagus), led by Gary Van Zandbergen, Rm. 205 ♦ January 13-March 10

This series traces the evidence of the Bible’s authority through interviews with some of the most respected apologists, scholars and pastors in the evangelical world. Answering common objections to biblical reliability and the Bible’s formation, this documentary challenges the church to live as if God truly does speak. Open to all. Click for video link.

Momentum (The Beatitudes) (Berea), led by Chris Kreider, Rm. 204 ♦ January 13-March 10

Most Christians want to make real, noticeable progress in their walk with Christ. We long to forgive, to have a pure heart, and to find peace, but we just don’t know how to get there. It’s time to get unstuck and build momentum toward a more godly life. The understanding and strength we need to pursue holiness are available through the path Christ laid out for us in the Beatitudes. Find out what it really means to be poor in spirit, to be meek, and to mourn, and discover how those qualities will help you live a life in which God’s blessings are abundantly clear and present. Open to all. Click for video link.