Classes • Studies • Support Groups
One of the best ways to grow in completeness in Jesus is through classes and bible studies. Not only will these help you develop a deeper love for Jesus and understanding of the Gospel, but they will expand your community here at Christ’s Church. Whether you are wanting to dive deeper into Scripture, gain wisdom for your daily living or process the highs and lows of life, there is a place for you here. The majority of our classes and studies take place on Sunday mornings or Wednesday nights during the school year, but we also have gatherings and support groups that meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
No matter where you are in life, whether in school or in the workforce, we want to connect with you! We have a free lunch together every Sunday during the school year, so tell your coworkers, bring your dorm floor, and head over to Student Ministry Center North after our 10:45am gathering.
Young at Heart
Just because you are getting older doesn’t mean you need community any less. Join us Thursday afternoons for food, friendship, study and a community to walk alongside you in your golden years. Interested in learning more?
Small groups are important communities that help strengthen the church because they provide intentional space for encouragement, accountability, and growth. These groups foster deep relationships that lean on Christ to inform their conversations in love and truth. They also become great ways to introduce people who don’t know Christ to his community and expand the kingdom through multiplication. The Church is never done growing, and so groups are never done inviting.
Life is beautiful but often very heavy, and God did not design us to be able to carry the weight we bear on our own. We have a professional, affordable and Christ-centered counseling center directly on our campus. We offer help with a wide variety of personal and family issues like substance abuse, marital conflicts, divorce/blended family hardships, grief, loss and separation issues, behavioral problems, childhood abuse, family conflicts, addictive behaviors, depression, and spirituality or identity issues.