It’s important for Christians to have regular community together to help fight off the many temptations that our culture is throwing at us throughout the week. To this end, Midweek at Buck Run provides a variety of opportunities for spiritual growth and relationships. Classes are offered for kids, students, and adults throughout the year at 6:30 pm. Adults can choose from the classes listed below.

Midweek Returns April 12th

Midweek will resume Wednesday, April 12th at 6:30 with a new slate of classes. Let us know which class you’re attending by registering below.


Practical Parenting with Will Morris and Kevin Dunford | Room 102
As parents, we are called to glorify God and point our children to Christ in all things. But how do we make that happen? In Practical Parenting, we will spend 6 weeks thinking through some of the most common, practical matters that Christians are facing in today’s culture including technology, entertainment, and deconstruction.

How to Study the Bible with Dr. York | Sanctuary
As followers of Jesus, we are called to be a people of the Book. Though we are committed to building our lives upon the Word of God, we all struggle at times to study the Bible and apply it to our everyday circumstances. In this class, Dr. York will equip you with some of the tools you need to be a committed, Spirit-filled student of the Word.

Habakkuk: Yet I will Rejoice (Women’s Bible Study) with Katherine Riessen | Room 101
Do you ever feel as though evil and sin are abundant in this world? Does it feel as though God has allowed sin to go unpunished? Does it feel as though God has tolerated too much sin from his own people even? Habakkuk found himself feeling this way about the people of Judah. Join us as we seek to understand more of God’s sovereignty by diving deep into the Old Testament book of Habakkuk. As we begin to see God and his sovereignty more clearly, we will learn to rejoice in our circumstances and rejoice in the ways that God is working.

Reading Group: Humility by Andrew Murray with Chris Parrish | Room 100
In 1985, pastor and missionary Andrew Murray wrote “Humility: The Beauty of Holiness.” In a world drunk on pride how do we remain humble? Where do we look for wisdom in a proud generation like this? How does Christ teach His people holiness? Come read and discuss this classic work together with us! Link to Purchase the Book

Apologetics: Defending the Faith with Wesley Noss | Room 107
We will learn how to connect the “what” of a Christian worldview with the “how” of evangelism by growing in the discipline of offering evidence for the veracity and reliability of the Christian faith. Following the admonition of I Peter 3:15: “But in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer (apologetics) to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.”  Our goal for this class is to equip us to be better prepared to share and defend our faith in today’s culture.

Orphan Care Alliance with Cheri Farley | Room 105
This class for foster and adoptive families will include training on Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) which is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to help parents, teachers, and others to connect with children from “hard places”. For 3 of our sessions, April 12th, April 26th, and May 10th, we will be trained by Darren and Stacia Washausen from the Orphan Care Alliance staff. Currently certified Foster Care Parents can earn 6 hours of continuing education when attending all three of these sessions. We will be joined by other trained practitioners during the other sessions so that we can dive deeper into the practical practices of using TBRI in our homes, churches, and classrooms.