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 BEGIN MARCH 3

To Remain in the Flesh

Why should Christians care about health and healthcare? This class will consider the importance of caring for our bodies as we seek to love God and our neighbors.

Taught by Daniel Moore, Room 100

Don’t Waste Your Cancer

Millions of Americans are diagnosed with cancer every year. How, then, can Christians respond to cancer? This class will help you to see cancer in light of our hope in Jesus Christ.

Taught by Wesley Noss, Room 101

6 Christians Everyone Should Know: The Puritans

Four hundred years ago, a revival movement began in England that would impact the English-speaking church for centuries. This class will examine the lives and ministries of six key leaders from the Puritan movement.

Taught by Reeves Garrett, Room 102

No Stone Unturned: The Gospel of John Part 1

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 class, you’ll encounter our life-giving Savior through a survey of the Gospel of John.

Taught by Chris Parrish, Room 103

No Stone Unturned: The Sermon on the Mount Part 2

In this class, you’ll participate in a verse-by-verse survey of Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount—the greatest sermon ever preached—from Matthew 5–7.

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