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. In-person classes begin at 9:15 a.m.

Current Classes

Dressed in Splendor (Women’s Class) | Marcia Arrastia & Hannah Parrish | Room 103
Every morning we decide what we are going to wear for the day. How would that change if we also considered how God has graciously clothed us for our daily walk with Him. From creation to eternity the Lord has clothed us in ways that represents His character, His protection, His righteousness, His love and care, and His salvation. Ladies, join us as we consider how scripture describes what we are to “put on” no matter the occasion or circumstance.

God’s Word and My Struggles | Christopher Scrufari | Room 102
This interactive, action-oriented (code for homework assigned) class will teach participants how to take a present-day struggle to the Word of God. Participants will learn how to mine the Old and New Testament for truth to apply to contemporary, personal struggles.

Legalism & Liberty | Adrian Mathenia | Sanctuary
In an increasingly divided age, Christians find themselves rehashing an early eighteenth century theological controversy they’ve probably never heard of. We will walk through Sinclair Ferguson’s book The Whole Christ and tackle the issues of legalism and antinomianism. We will examine how strongly-held beliefs about law and liberty affect our moral trajectory in the post-modern world and how they often stand between us and the beauty of our Savior.

Upcoming Classes

Beginning August 11th

Gender and Sexuality | Dr. Chris Parrish | Sanctuary

Making Sense of a Christian Home | Armando & Marcia Arrastia | Room 102

What is the Bible? | Ben Pinkston | Room 103
We believe that God’s Word is central to our faith and practice as followers of Jesus. It is important for us to not only know what the Bible says, but why we can trust it and how it has come to us. What we believe about the Bible itself will inevitably affect the way in which we read and apply it. Join Ben as he teaches about the nature of the Bible as a text and how we can faithfully embrace it as God’s revealed Word.

Discover Buck Run | Scott Riessen | Room 100
This class taught by our pastors offers an introduction to Buck Run and its mission, vision, and expectations for members. Launch yourself into ministry and get plugged in. This is a fantastic way to really get connected to the life and ministry of Buck Run.


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