Current Training and Discipleship
The following two courses are offered concurrently during Adult Sunday Studies 9/16/18-12/16/18 from 10:30am-11:15am. Children's Sunday School happens at the same time and nursery care is provided.
Christian Basics I: Apostles' Creed
This is a discussion course on the "essentials" of the Christian faith by way of explicating the Apostles' Creed. Click here to enroll as part of our School of Discipleship!
Good News for Anxious Christians
Have you ever struggled with "giving God control, finding God’s will, or letting God work”? We’ll look at why these “spiritual-ish” phrases in the Christian world can often be oppressive and manipulative, and how the biblical gospel sets us free from anxiety-inducing thoughts and habits with which we all struggle. Click here to enroll as part of our School of Discipleship!
The following two courses are offered concurrently during our Wednesday night School of Discipleship 9/5/18-12/5/18 (Confessional Theology will also continue in the spring). Bring your own meal beginning at 6pm and classes start at 6:30pm. There is no childcare. Reference our calendar for specific School of Discipleship training dates.
Rather than doing theology from scratch, we utilize the rich tradition of interpretation found throughout church history and expressed in the Westminster Confession of Faith. This class is a core requirement for teachers/leaders but open to all. Click here to enroll as part of our School of Discipleship! For the course page, click here.
Missionary Encounters with Neighbors
A study like this is practical and relevant in addressing how to enter into a dialogue with friends and neighbors of other faiths. This series seeks to encourage us and strengthen us in our trust in the gospel, while learning about, and even learning from, those different from us. Click here to enroll as part of our School of Discipleship! For the course page, click here.
These groups are a great opportunity for men and women to build strong relationship while being challenged in their faith. They work in addition to, not instead of, Community Groups.
We have Community Groups all over the greater New Haven area. These groups are our way of doing church in the small with all sorts of people engaged in prayer, teaching, fellowship and care. They are the vehicle that we use to help its participants continue to experience Christ outside of our worship gatherings and to impart the pastoral care that Christ provides through the love of His people.