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Discipleship Equipping Classes are part of a church-wide discipleship initiative that focuses participants on the Bible. The class curriculum seeks to equip believers in three areas of discipleship—Christian story, Christian belief and Christian formation. During these classes, we’ll spend a significant amount of time in Scripture examining the God who came to establish His kingdom. We will also study the doctrines believers have held throughout the history of the church and we will consider together how our participation in the Christian story invites us into a life of worship and mission. By weaving together these three elements into a holistic approach to discipleship, men and women have opportunity to grow in their love for God, Scripture and His mission. Classes meet once a week over a three-month period and class sessions are comprised of lecture, discussion, and formation exercises.

(Biblical Theology)
Coming Spring 2024
Midtown East Room & West Student Center

The most fundamental and important claim in Christian theology is that God has made Himself known in Scripture. We will work through major historical-redemptive events in salvation history in order to come to a greater understanding of who God is and what He has done to reconcile the world to Himself in the person and work of Jesus Christ. Additionally, we will compare how the Christian story is fundamentally different from any other story our culture tells and we will consider how disciples of Jesus are called to live into the Christian story.

(Spiritual Formation)
Sun, 9.10 - 11.19 | 9 - 10:30 AM
Midtown East Room & West Downstairs Classroom

The goal of every Christian is to be formed into the likeness of Jesus Christ. This transformation happens in the life of a believer as we practice disciplines and as our heart changes. The Christian life is marked by certain basic habits and practices that God ordains as a means of grace for us. As we apply these practices, our heart is changed. Whether you are new to the faith or grew up in the church, this class will help you understand, value and employ these practices in your own life as you seek out the gospel.

(Systematic Theology)
Sundays, 1.14 - 3.24 | 8:30 - 10 AM
Midtown East Rm & West Downstairs Classroom

All of us have ideas about God. But do we really know what we believe about God and why? What are the primary doctrines of the faith and why is it important that we know them? What distinguishes Citylight Church from all other churches?

We will spend significant time teaching and articulating the major doctrines of the Christian faith as we see that doctrine is foundational for all disciples of Jesus Christ.

Join us for this 11 week class as we grow to know God, to learn how to profess our beliefs, and to understand the theology of what it means to be a Christian.
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Citylight Church exists to multiply disciples and churches. We do this in two primary rhythms: gathering on Sundays for corporate worship and Bible teaching and scattering into City Groups throughout the week to live on mission in community. These simple rhythms have served our church family well for eight years and have enabled us to multiply and deploy hundreds of disciples into multiplying 13 new churches! But as we rapidly send out some of our most equipped and seasoned disciples and disciple-makers to church plants, our elders have sensed the need to supplement these rhythms with some classroom teaching environments to ensure we are equipping new and growing disciples well.

This past spring, our elders decided to add a few core Sunday morning discipleship-equipping classes to the rhythms of our church to provide additional resources and education for our members and attenders. These classes are built around three fundamental aspects of Christian discipleship: Christian story, Christian belief, and Christian formation.

Each of these classes will meet once a week over a three-month period on Sunday mornings for lectures, reading discussion, and formation exercises. They’re designed to be taken in sequence and we want everyone who calls Citylight home to go through them.