These classes meet each week to offer biblical and practical teaching on how to live “All of Life for Christ.” Feel free to join us anytime! Contact Pastor Trevor with any questions.
Sundays at 9:00 AM
Meets in Room 204 / Begins April 8
Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that explores the basics of faith and Christianity in a safe and non-judgmental environment. All questions are welcomed. Each session includes brunch, a short video on a basic Christian topic, and discussion. Alpha is for everyone no matter their background or beliefs. Led by Pastor Trevor.
The Book of Mark
Meets in Room 202 / November 12 – May 27
Mark is the ideal Gospel for busy people who want to discover how to make their lives count for God. Led by Mark Murtha.
The Essential Jesus Challenge
Meets in Room 206 / January 7 – March 25
The Essential Jesus Class will help you explore deeper who Jesus is, why he came, what he taught, the meaning of his miracles, death and resurrection, what the Bible says about his second coming, and much more. Led by Pastor Trevor.
Sundays at 10:45 AM
The Sermon on the Mount
Meets in Room 205 / Begins April 8
Matthew 5 -7 contains the nearest thing to a Christian manifesto that we have in the Bible, for it is Jesus’ own description of what he wanted his followers to be and to do. Here Jesus teaches us about values, ethical standards, religious devotion, and attitudes toward money, ambition, lifestyle and relationships that will set us apart as his followers in this world. Led by Jeff Lebo.
Jesus Among Secular Gods
Meets in Room 206 / Begins April 8
Belief in the secular gods of atheism, scientism, pluralism, humanism and hedonism continues to grow. This class will examine the latest book by Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale which challenges the popular and trending philosophies of today and presents compelling evidence for absolute truth as found in Jesus and revealed in Scripture. Some video material may be used. Led by Vince LaFrance.
Meets in Room 202 / January 21 – March 25
God doesn’t call every Christian to go off to seminary, but there are certain matters of doctrine that every Christian should know. We need to be able to recognize what is false when we hear it so that we will not be led astray. Doctrine is often more important than we realize because what we believe affects how we live. This class will explain and discuss the doctrines we teach at the CEFC and how they impact the way we live every day. Led by Pastor Keith.