Faith U Classes at Faith South

September – December 2022

Join us on Sunday mornings from 9:55-10:45 AM for classes that encourage you to apply the gospel to all aspects of life.

Faith Explored (Room 209)

 Are you interested in becoming a member at Faith? Maybe you simply want to learn more about who we are as a church. Faith Explored is an eight-week class where we dive into who we are as a church and how we’re striving by grace to be a people of gospel doctrine and gospel culture. We’ll cover our beliefs, mission, vision, values, and look at each of our Five Loves. We’ll also have plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion. Whether you’re new to Faith, or are a familiar face, you’re welcome to join us! Facilitated by Thomas Slawson, Dean Born


“All Scripture…” – Young Adult Fellowship (Conference Room)

Using videos from The Bible Project, we’ll be walking through the 66 books of the Bible, looking at a new book each week. In our time together we’ll see the big picture of each book and seek to better understand the centrality of Christ in all of Scripture. Young adults (ages 18-27) are welcome to join us for a time of warm fellowship and engaging discussion. Facilitated by Bruce Watley, Thomas Slawson, et al


“Be Free”, A study of Galatians (Fellowship Hall)

 Just as the Galatian church was slipping back into the dangerous rituals of the Jewish religious system, Christians today often live by “spiritual” rules that threaten the good news of salvation through faith. The book of Galatians is meant to remind us that we don’t need legalism to live the Christian life. Join us in this study as we explore how to exchange legalism for true spirituality and embrace a life of freedom in Christ. Facilitated by Dennis Cromwell, Daryl Runion, Dan Mortenson


Contagious Faith (Room 225)

 As followers of Christ, we have a calling to share God’s love with others in ways that can impact their lives and redirect their eternities. But few of us are naturally comfortable doing this. We wrestle with internal fears, a lack of preparation, and the sense that reaching out to others might force us to act like someone we’re not. In this video series, Mark Mittelberg helps us discover approaches to enable you to naturally share your faith in Jesus. Facilitated by David Vilhauer, et al