Our Christianity Explored class an opportunity for you to learn more about the Bible and Jesus. Our class is designed for people who are not Christians but who are interested to learn and ask questions. This is why we called the class Christianity Explored--we want to give you the opportunity to explore Christianity in a safe and fun place.
CURRENT CLASS INFORMATION
Classes meet once a week for ten weeks and include a free dinner, which usually begins around 6:30 pm. After dinner (around 7:30) we begin our small group discussions.
- Time: Thursday night, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
- Dates: September 7th - November 9th
- Location: University Reformed Church (841 Timberlane St, East Lansing)
- Rides: if you need a ride, contact Nick ([email protected]) OR fill out the form below
- Free dinner! Each week we will serve different American style foods. It will be a fun experience to eat traditional American food!
- We encourage you to ask lots of questions about the Bible.
NEW KID'S CLASS!
This semester we will have a new kid's class during the main CE session. Kids will meet from 7:30 - 8:30 and do crafts, practice English, and learn fun Bible stories.
If you would like to received updates about the class, or if you need a ride, fill out the form below. If you need a ride, let us know your address.
More Information about Our Classes
We alternate each semester with one of the classes below. Each class is organized with international students and scholars in mind, which means we try to slow down our presentations or use subtitles so that those using English as a second language can follow our discussions.
1. Christianity Explored (CE) is the starting point for many to investigate Christianity in an informal small group setting. Using the Book of Mark, we will look at the life of Jesus and His claims. Everyone is welcome – especially the inquisitive or the convinced skeptic. Questions are encouraged, you can ask as many questions as you want, at any time during the course.
2. Life Explored. This class looks at the big questions of life and seeks to answer them by looking at the Bible. Is there purpose in life? Where did the universe come from? How do I know what is right and good in life? We will look at these questions, and more, in this series.
3. Creation to Christ survey of the Bible. This series is a chronological look at the major Bible stories in the Old and New Testaments as they point to Jesus. It is offered as a next step for CE graduates who want to know more about the Bible and investigate its’ claims. This class is a mixture of presentation and discussion with each session focused on the specific Bible story and its application to God’s plan for his people.
Interested? Know of someone else who might also be interested? All are welcome to attend and there is no cost for the meal or class materials. Invite a friend and plan on joining us for ten weeks of Bible study and encouraging conversation.