Adult Classes and Studies

Adult Zoom Study



God's Web

June 1 – June 29 | Wednesdays 10am or 7pm | On Zoom

Leanne Hadley, teacher 

This summer, explore why connecting matters, as Leanne Hadley leads an online Zoom study on five Wednesdays in June—morning or evening, choose the time that fits your schedule. “God’s Web: Connecting Faith with Our Emotions” will draw from Scripture, from Brené Brown's new book, Atlas of the Heart, and from your own insights. Week by week you’ll discover how and why we all need connection, especially in these emotionally charged times.


I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Psalm 139:14

Women's Bible Study



The God of Deliverance

April 19 – June 21 | Tuesdays 10am – 12noon | Room 260

Michele Moody, facilitator   Jen Wilkin, video teacher

Even as the children of Israel became slaves to the Egyptians, God was raising up a deliverer in Moses, to lead His people from bondage to freedom. In this 10-session, verse-by-verse study of Exodus 1–18, Jen Wilkin shows us that Israel’s story is our story: the same God who delivered Israel also delivers all those He loves.

No REGISTRATION is needed.

Adult Study



Transforming Our Minds

May 4 – May 25 | Wednesdays 6 -7:15 pm | Prayer Room, 150 B

David Owen, teacher

"Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your minds..." Romans 12:2 NRSV

Understanding how our life experiences affect the way we think, act, react, and feel about ourselves and others is the first step to being “transformed by the renewing of our minds.” David Owen has taught in many churches and different forums over the last fifty years, using biblical principles to help Christians grow in spiritual maturity. This four-week class promises to be insightful and transformative.

New Sunday Morning Class

An Open Door | Sundays 10am | Fellowship Hall

People of all ages are invited to An Open Door on Sunday mornings at 10 AM, led by Liz Curtis Higgs, our Director of Spiritual Formation. Each week, Liz or another member of the Christ Church staff will teach a story from the Gospels, followed by informal discussion time around your table. Coffee, pastries, and a warm welcome await you. Come when you can, no pressure when you can't. If you're searching for a Sunday morning class that's casual yet content-rich, fully caffeinated yet Gospel-centered, An Open Door is for you.

Christian Practices 

Meets every Wednesday | 6:00-7:15 PM | Room 260 

Combining the study aspect of a class and the fellowship of a small group, Christian Practices, led by John Derr, provides love, hope, spiritual guidance, and encouragement for those who are struggling or searching for answers. In addition to the Bible, this group considers the wisdom found in Richard Foster’s books, Celebration of DisciplineCelebrating the Disciplines: A Journal Workbook, and Spiritual Classics. For more information, contact John Derr:



This group is taught by a variety of teachers, focusing on Bible study and topical discussion. Members gather for social events at various times throughout the year and are involved in a several mission projects. Upcoming class lessons include Finding Stability in Uncertain Times, Fears, A Letter to the Next Generation: Spiritual Growth Through the Witness of James, and visits from local community organizations, including a local fire department chaplain and Hosparus.

Average attendance: 10

Ages: 70-100

Room: 159

Contact: Norma Sledge   

Bible Study

This Bible study group focuses on various books of the Bible and what these books teach us about living the Christian life in today's world. Recent studies include Hebrews, 1 and 2 Samuel, Revelation.

Average attendance: 10

Ages: 35-80

Room: 253

Contact:  Linda Underwood   


This group is made up of singles and married couples who share in fellowship, study and worship. Study is on a scripture-based theme and is led by various church members. This group enjoys a variety of social activities together as well as class mission projects.

Average attendance: 30

Ages: 50-75

Room: 254

Contact: Doug Myers 

Chapel Discussion Group

This group meets after the 9:00 worship service to discuss the themes and scripture from the day’s sermon.

Average attendance: 7

Ages: 60-80

Room: Chapel

Contact: John Stover


This class studies a specific book of the Bible each quarter and is involved in a variety of service projects. Adults of all ages are invited to attend.

Average attendance: 20

Ages: 60-80

Room: Zoom** or 252
                **Contact Brad Asher for Zoom link.

Contact: Brad Asher    

Daily Walk

This group strives to gain a greater understanding of what it means to be a Christian in this complicated world. Each week the class selects a scripture passage from the sermon series or prompted by events in life to read and discuss.

Average attendance: 10-15

Ages: 50-60

Room: Meeting on Zoom. Contact Turney Berry for Zoom link.

Contact: Turney Berry  


This group is open to all who are interested in growing in their Christian faith in a relaxed and informal environment. We typically use the Bible and books and companion videos by authors such as Adam Hamilton and Max Lucado as the basis for discussion. Topics we’ve explored include the Beatitudes, Psalms, Gospel of John, the Apostle’s Creed, and more. We’ve read Adam Hamilton’s books Unafraid, When Christians Get It Wrong, Making Sense of the Bible, and Christianity’s Family Tree. Visit us any time!  

Average attendance: 5

Ages: 65-70, all ages welcome!

Room: 251 

Contact: Dorris Morrow  

First Things First

This class primarily includes people with elementary to high school aged children. The group comes together to grow spiritually through prayer, study, fellowship and service while loving and supporting each other through life's joys and trials. This group often sponsors social gatherings, retreats and service projects. The class will begin studying The Walk by Adam Hamilton in September.

Average attendance: 20

Ages: 35-55

Room :014 (lower level on the east side of the building)

Contact: Jessica Rosenthal:   

                 Mark Rosenthal: 


The Friendship Class was formed in the early `70s by six couples. Today we’ve grown to over 150 individuals. But don’t let our size intimidate you! We like to think we’ve grown so well because we offer a unique blend of individuals who have grown together in a special way through Christ.

So, who are we? We’re mostly couples who have cleared out our nests. Many are grandparents, some even great-grandparents. Some of us are single. But all of us are family! Our age range (not that that matters) is roughly 65 to 85.

We hope you will take the opportunity to visit The Friendship Class. Come and experience that special togetherness in Christ. We meet every Sunday with fellowship beginning at 10:05 AM in room 158 for in-person participation and on Zoom for virtual participation. Average attendance is 85 counting both in-person and Zoom.

Lessons are taught by class members and outside speakers on biblical topics as well as other topics relevant to the class. This group has a strong mission outreach emphasis as well as monthly social events.

Grouping Leader(s): Bill Stinnett, John Wieland, Rob Stockwell, Glenda Thacker

Average attendance: 100

Ages: 65-85

Room: 158

Contact: Bill Stinnett at  


This small group provides a study and fellowship opportunity. Lessons are facilitated by group members. Recent studies include the book of Judges, ancient Israel, John Wesley’s 22 Questions and the Seven Deadly Sins. 

Average attendance: 10

Ages: 30-40, all ages welcome 

Room: 002 (lower level on the east side of the building)

Contact: Sarah Aten   


This class is led by group members and guest speakers to study various books of the Bible as well as topical books. They meet longer than most (9:30 to 10:45 am) to allow plenty of time for group discussion. Upcoming studies include The Gospel for the Person Who Has Everything, Prayer in different traditions, When “Spiritual, But Not Religious” Is Not Enough, the book of Timothy, the life of John Wesley. 

Average attendance: 15

Age Range: 65-85

Room: Zoom** or 001 (lower level on the east side of the building).
                **Contact Bryan Carter for Zoom link.

Contact: Bryan Carter   


The Pathfinders class originated at Broadway Methodist Church, a predecessor of Christ Church and has continued, uninterrupted to the present. The class includes some home-bound members who remain connected to the class. Sunday class meetings are led by class members, other church members, clergy and guest speakers covering Bible and related topics. Every other month, the class meets for a social.

Average attendance: 20

Ages: 65-90

Contact: Pat Todd 


The Pioneer Class is a closely knit supportive group of couples and singles seeking to study God and follow his teachings. Our big outreach is Red Bird Mission in eastern Kentucky, whose food pantry we stock with hearty, healthy foods so all can eat throughout the year. We welcome all to our class.

Average attendance: 20

Ages: 65-90 

Room: 156 

Contact: Sandy Bock 


The Seekers Class is composed of a caring and fun-loving group of individuals, who enjoy getting together whether it be for bible study or enjoying a group dinner. We pray for each other regularly whenever someone is facing medical issues or difficulties with family members. On Sunday mornings we have presentations from gifted speakers on a wide variety of topics over the course of a year. Each year a number of projects or activities are undertaken in support of local charities or schools.  

The class warmly welcomes new members whether new to the Church or Sunday morning class.

Average attendance: 25

Ages: 65-90 

Room: 250 

Contact: Jack Shadle   


If you're a woman who attends church on your own—whether you are single, never married, widowed, divorced, or the man in your life doesn’t attend church with you—consider SOLO your safe place to land. 

Average attendance: 35

Age Range: 40-85

Room: 260

Contact: Janet Yackey