Christian Teaching and Training (CT&T) classes are a place for you to go deeper into God’s word as a community guided by trained leaders who want to help make sense of the Bible and see it applied to all areas of life. CT&T classes will not only make you think, but impact your heart and life lived out as well. Classes meet between worship services, 10:00-10:50am beginning Jan. 21.
Everyday Gospel – Busyness. Craft beer. Smartphones. HGTV’s Fixer Upper. Piano lessons and soccer practice. The stuff of everyday life. What does the gospel have to do with all that? This class will help us have a better story for interpreting everyday life and then living out our role in the story. We’ll unpack God’s big story and our story in it and apply that to all sorts of practical topics. Prepare to be liberated and challenged as we believe in the everyday gospel together. This class is lead by Charles and Erin Anderson, and meets in the Speck Gallery.
Creative Class – This class is a place for creative souls to gather for prayer, encouragement, and exploration of how the gospel impacts an artist’s life. The class is designed so that people can drop in and out as their schedule allows. Kyle Ragsdale will lead this class in his studio.
Romans – This class will dive into the longest and most systematic of the apostle Paul’s letters. Themes will include how the gospel is God’s power for salvation, receiving righteousness through faith, justification from sin, living out one’s belief in Jesus as a sacrifice to God, and more. This class meets in the Underground and is led by Dan Barber.
Questions: Jamie MacGregor [email@example.com].
3-year-olds – meet in room 160A (Children’s Worship room)
4/5-year-olds – meet in room 160B (adjacent to the Children’s Worship room).
K-3rd grades – class starts in room 203 and will split into small groups mid-hour.
K-1st grade – will be picked up from 203
2nd-3rd grade – will be picked up from 205
4th-5th grades – meet in the study (201).
Middle School – meet in the youth room (204).
High School – meets in New Hope Counseling offices (207).
College Years (Fall & Spring) – This class, offered to those 18-22 years old, will discuss theological / spiritual challenges to the Christian faith that we often face from friends, co-workers, or instructors. Even if you can not be with us every week, we look forward to your contribution when you can. Class location is room 141 and is led by Sean and Jonna Kelley.
Questions: Todd Dawkins [firstname.lastname@example.org].