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


Inductive study of different books of the Bible


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


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

Judges (Berea), led by Dave Fox, Rm. 204  ♦ May 19-June 30

It is dark story, full of flawed individuals living in a deeply flawed society. What is it doing in the Bible? It’s the gospel! Judges shows us that the Bible is not a series of nice stories—it is a book of unvarnished history. It is about real people. And it is about the real God. Open to all. 

Counter Culture (Portico), led by Kyle Bjerga, Rm. 205 ♦ May 19-June 30

The truths of the gospel should compel us to a contrite, compassionate, and courageous personal response to social issues in the culture. Using biblical foundations, practical illustrations, and personal exhortations, this study is a pointed yet winsome call for readers to faithfully follow Christ in countercultural ways. Open to all. Click for video.

Echoes of the Reformation (Areopagus), led by Lud Anderson, Rm. 208 ♦ May 19-June 30

How is the Reformation still relevant today? As political pressure mounts, morality drifts with today’s culture, and evangelicalism becomes more and more refined in a post-Christian world, it’s even more important to hold the convictions of the great Reformation closer than ever. Open to all. Click for video.