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.



Multiply: Equipping Ordinary People to Make Disciples

In the Great Commission, Jesus calls us to go and make disciples by baptizing and teaching. This class will teach you practical ways to fulfill both of the basic elements of disciple-making.

Taught by Scott Riessen, Room 101

No Stone Unturned: The Gospel of John, Pt. 2

John wrote his gospel “so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name” In this survey of John’s gospel, you’ll encounter our life-giving Savior.

Taught by Chris Parrish, Room 102

In His Image

Who does God want us to be? At a basic level, God wants us to be his own image. This class will explore ten divine characteristics God calls us to represent every day as we follow his will and become more and more like Jesus.

Taught by Jennifer Whittaker, Room 103

Forgotten People of the Old Testament

Most of us are familiar with, Abraham, Moses, and David, but what about other Old Testament figures like Rizpah, Ehud, and Mephibosheth? In this class, you’ll learn about some of the people we often overlook as we read the Old Testament and why they matter for us today.

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

Legacy Classes

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