We believe every Christian should be involved in the serious study of scripture. We are committed to providing quality Bible studies. We either go through a book of the Bible or we offer a topical study that is pulled directly from Scripture. The classes change from semester to semester. Also, those of you with children please note: We do offer nursery during Sunday school as well as a worker that oversees the grade-school-aged children.
Sunday Mornings During June and July | 9:30-10:15am
Membership at City Church | Led by Pastor Jeremy
While the goal of our membership class is obviously membership, taking the class is not just for those who have made the choice to join. The class is also for those who have been regularly attending and are interested in learning more about our church. In other words, participating in this class by no means obligates you to join our church. But this class does serve as an excellent tool in helping you decide if you want to make City Church your home and is prerequisite if you do decide to join. To sign up for this class, please e-mail email@example.com
The Origins and History of the Church | Led by Pastor Jack Carter
Since the late first century, almost all Christians have confessed their belief in the “one, holy, catholic (universal), and apostolic church” as the Nicene Creed puts it. This statement of belief was not controversial and for centuries it held. But the unity for which Christ prayed is not now seen in our world. Our study will not simply be a history of the church, or just a study of the doctrines that have divided us. Rather, we will attempt to gain an understanding of those differences with a view to know and appreciate the various parts of the Body of Christ even when there is doctrinal disagreement. When all is said and done, Christians are folk who have been born again of the Spirit of God and belong to the church because the Spirit has united them to the Body of Christ. The lifeblood of that union is love, and we must love all who love the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Let us “Be the church.” This study will attempt to contribute to that high calling.