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School of Ministry Autumn Classes

 

The School of Ministry is Christian education in a classroom setting for people who are interested in learning and going deeper in their faith in addition to our Bible studies on Sunday mornings.

School of Ministry Autumn semester runs October 16 to November 14 on Monday and Tuesday at 7:00pm.

Classes we are offering this semester:

Christianity 101: Would you like to get grounded and make sure you know the basics of the fundamentals of Christian faith and doctrine? Join us for this 5 week course. A great place to get started.

Minor Prophets: The final twelve books of the Old Testament are some of the most overlooked books of the Bible and many Christians are unfamiliar with their context and messages. Join us for this 5-week course on understanding who these prophets were and why their messages are so important.

Biblical Interpretation: Whether you realize it or not, all of us engage in biblical interpretation whenever we read the Bible and consider how it applies to our lives. Join us for this 5-week course in which you will be equipped with the tools to study the Bible and ensure you are interpreting it well. 

The classes will be held at the church’s offices.

Join us for an exciting time of growing in the word of God.

Sign up here: The City

School of Ministry and Discipleship – Saturday Morning Intensive

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Greetings, 

I have great news. Pastor Nick Cady is teaching a three hour intensive class about Jesus.

“Christocentricity” is the teaching that all of the Bible is about Jesus and that His salvation is the focus of every story, psalm and prophecy. The course will show you how Jesus is in every text and equip you to see Him there for yourself. Saturday, December 39am-12pm 

More information.

God had planned for the coming of Jesus before he even created the Earth (Revelation 13: 8), and like a good writer, he foreshadowed who Jesus would be and what he would do throughout the course of history. 

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