New Heavens and New Earth
Taught By Tom O’Brien
A big picture overview of the biblical story of the whole world: where we came from, what happened along the way, and where we are ultimately headed. It will open up ideas developed in our upcoming Discipleship Weekend with J Richard Middleton, who’ll teach this class when he is here.
After You Believe
Taught by Scott Reeves
“What am I here for?” is a question that raises pressing matters of behavior, character, and vocation. NT Wright wrote After You Believe: Why Christian Character Matters to help explore that question. This profound, but approachable, book can easily be read in this seven week session.
Confident in a Confusing World
Taught by Trevor Castor
Our world is a place of competing visions, values and truth claims. Knowing who we are, and how to live in a world that rejects our vision of the good, beautiful and true can be hard. This class asks how our faith—Scripture, the Church and the Sacraments—shapes us to be used by God to shape our world.
Taught by Deans Edgar and Barr
If you are new to Apostles, this class is for you. It introduces you to how we worship, live and serve together as a church.
Taught by Jonathon Furst
This class is required for those who’d like to be confirmed, high schoolers and adults, when the bishop visits on November 17.