At Cityview, we believe in the importance of lifelong learning.
We provide a variety of classes during our Explore Hour (Sundays at 9:15a) 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:
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
Practical instruction on topics like parenting, marriage, finances, and the like
The following electives began September 24:
The Gospel of Mark (Berea) ♦ Red Room
God doesn’t just want us to read his Word; he wants us to know it and live its truth. This fall, we’ll see that the Gospel of Mark is filled with timeless insights about who Christ was and why he came. It’s a first-century narrative with a healthy dose of 21st-century application. In Mark, we learn how to be genuine servants and disciples.
Spiritual Action Plan (Tyrannus) ♦ Yellow Room
As Christians, we want to grow in our faith and look more and more like Jesus. The problem is that many Christians don’t have an intentional plan, and when we do have a plan, we can get stuck or just go through the motions. In this class, we will look at the different habits of grace and create a spiritual action plan tailored to your life and spiritual formation goals.
Big Words of the Bible (The Well) ♦ Blue Room
The Bible is filled with so much information it can be hard to know what to prioritize. Join us on Sunday mornings for a journey through the Bible as we take a look at some of its biggest words.
Women’s Bible Study of the Gospel of Luke (Berea) ♦ Rm 208
Everything Jesus did was through being connected to the Father, and it made a difference in his responses to others. What do we learn about the Father from Jesus’ actions and how does it relate to us remaining connected to Jesus in all that we do and say?