School of Christian Living

The 2021 Fall Semester of SCL classes will start on August 22nd.
All the classes are at 9:15am on Sunday Mornings.
Please see below for the descriptions of each class.

Hybrid Class (Zoom & In Person)

Begin Deciding for Yourself
Who was Jesus―a wise teacher? A prophet? A fake? During Jesus’ lifetime, no one understood His mission, but by narrating a few carefully chosen episodes in Jesus’ life, the Apostle John unfolds the truth. Throughout the centuries, John’s portrait of Jesus has drawn men and women into a trusting, intimate relationship with the Son of God. As you study John, you can begin deciding for yourself who Jesus is.

LifeChange Bible studies will help you grow in Christlikeness through a life-changing encounter with God’s Word. Filled with a wealth of ideas for going deeper so you can return to this study again and again.


  • Cover the entire book of John in 22 lessons
  • Equip yourself to lead a Bible study
  • Imagine the Bible’s historical world
  • Study word origins and definitions
  • Explore thoughtful questions on key themes
  • Go deeper with optional projects
  • Add your notes with extra space and wide margins
  • Find the flexibility to fit the time you have

Arguably the 20th century’s most influential Christian writer, C.S. Lewis sought to explain and defend the beliefs that nearly all Christians at all times hold in common. His simple yet deeply profound classic, originally delivered as a series of radio broadcasts, is a book to be thoroughly digested by believers and generously shared with skeptics.

What should we do or not do? What attitudes, behavior and qualities are good? Can we be good without God? What is the highest good, the purpose of human existence? These are the questions the study of ethics seeks to answer.
  Unlike many approaches to ethics, this book foundationally turns to Scripture, going only as far as Scripture itself goes. The result is a biblical ethics that not only addresses the life of love and wisdom to be lived out by Christians as virtuous persons, but as Christians in community, in society and in a world of God’s creation.
  The bulk of the work is then organized around the Ten Commandments and ethical themes springing from them–loving God (commandments 1-4) and loving others (commandments 6-10).