Buck Run offers a wide variety of classes designed to deepen your understanding of Scripture while teaching you to apply its timeless truths to life and culture. Most classes last 6 weeks and will range from the study of Scripture to Christian biography, doctrines, evangelism, spiritual disciplines, and many other options. Classes are held every Sunday morning at 9:15am.
Contend: Answering Tough Questions about the Christian Faith
As we share the gospel, we may encounter difficult questions about what we believe. In this class, you’ll learn how to answer some of these questions with confidence and grace.
Taught by Reeves Garrett, Room 100
Building Community: Community Group Facilitator Training
Community groups are a vital ministry at Buck Run. In this class, community group facilitators will have an opportunity to think strategically about how they can better lead and serve their community groups.
Taught by Paul Wilkes, Room 101
No Stone Unturned: Philippians
This in-depth study of Paul’s letter to the Philippians will help you grow in your knowledge of God’s Word and in your love for God’s people.
Taught by Josh Benton, Room 102
Family Tree: The Reformation
The Protestant Reformation marks one of the most important shifts in the history of the world. In this class, you’ll learn how our brothers and sisters fought for the gospel of Jesus Christ and the Word of God.
Taught by Chris Parrish, Room 103
Ecclesiology: The Membership, Ordinances, and Discipline of the Church
We talk about “church” a lot, but what does the Bible actually say about the church? In this class, Dr. York will help you understand what the church is and why it should matter to you.
Taught by Dr. Hershael York, Room—Sanctuary
Discover Buck Run
This class offers an introduction to Buck Run and its mission, vision, and expectations for members. Launch yourself into ministry and get plugged in.
Taught by Matt Morvay, Room—Rehearsal Hall
Our ongoing legacy classes meet every week and study through books of the Bible using LifeWay’s Explore the Bible curriculum. Enjoy warm fellowship, sound teaching, and delightful community in one of our two legacy classes.
Taught by Robert Farley, Room 107
Taught by Dave Parks, Room 105