DISCIPLESHIP CLASSES

At Christ Community Church, we offer a variety of classes to help you grow in your faith as you take your next step in your discipleship journey.

Core Beliefs: God and Creation
Thursdays, 7pm
St. Charles Campus
Teacher: Pastor Clayton Keenon
What is God like? What is the Trinity? How did God make the world? Why did God make humans? These are the questions we’ll explore in this six-week class. This class is for anyone who wants a systematic overview of what Christians believe–whether you are new to faith or you’ve been following Jesus for years. This class is one of our three Core Beliefs courses. The other two (Core Beliefs: Jesus and Salvation and Core Beliefs: The Holy Spirit and the Church) will be offered later this year. They can be taken separately and in any order.
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The Good Path
Wednesdays, 9-10:30am (October 19 through December 7)
St. Charles Campus

The Good Path is a six week women’s Bible study of Proverbs 2 taught by Sue Nicodem and Pastor Jen Kelly. Ladies will get the opportunity to explore and discover what Scripture has to say about the “good path” and all that God desires for us. We’ll focus on our quest for wisdom and consider what it really means to “fear the Lord.” The Good Path meets
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Financial Peace University
Learn a practical, biblically-based course from Dave Ramsey, hosted by experienced leaders to help you learn how to handle money God’s way. Topics covered are eliminating debt, saving and spending wisely, and how to give like never before. Register for the for fall session at the Aurora, Streamwood, or St. Charles Campuses.
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Legacy Workshop
September 24
St. Charles Campus

Are you thinking more these days about your future Kingdom impact? We will explore several ways you can manage what God has entrusted to you to have maximum impact both now and into the future. We will unpack smart strategies for tax savings, charitable investments, and beneficiary questions. This workshop will be on at the St. Charles Campus.
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Legacy Grandparenting Summit
October 21-22, 9:30am-4:30pm
St. Charles Campus

Do you want to see your grandchildren follow Christ? Do you desire to leave a lasting legacy of love? Do you want to influence generations of your family for Christ? The Legacy Grandparenting Summit is for you. In this special conference simulcast just for grandparents, you will receive wisdom from an incredible lineup of speakers, find spiritual inspiration through worship, and gain comfort in community as you gather with other grandparents who want to build their spiritual legacy.
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Habits of the Household Workshop
November 5, 9:00-10:30am
St. Charles Campus

Parenting happens in habits and rhythms–make meals, get in the car, answer questions, discipline, bedtime. Each of these habits is an extraordinary opportunity to live out the love of God in your home. Justin Whitmel Earley (author of Habits of the Household and The Common Rule) will be here live for a special workshop to help you discover spiritual meaning in otherwise mundane moments.
Registration information coming soon.

Share Evangelism
November 6, 12:30pm
St. Charles Campus

SHARE training is a short and fun evangelism training which will include breakout sessions teaching helpful ways to sharpen skills on how to be intentional toward transforming the lives of those around us. This interactive training will help equip you to be relationally-minded as you seek to share the gospel with your family, friends, coworkers and neighbors.
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Intro to the Bible (101)
Will be offered in January
St. Charles Campus
Teacher: Pastor Lindsey Jodts
Are you brand new to Bible reading? Are you intimidated by the Bible? These six sessions will give you what you need to become a Bible-reading pro. In this course, you will learn: How did we get the Bible? Why is it arranged the way it is? How does it all fit together? Gain confidence and build a strong foundation as you learn the Bible’s storyline from Genesis to Revelation.
Register today. ($10 registration fee includes course workbook. Scholarships are available.)

Bible Study and Prayer (201)
Will be offered in January
St. Charles Campus
Teacher: Pastor Eric Ferris
Having the right tools for the job makes all the difference. This six-week class provides the necessary tools for studying and correctly handling the Word of God. Participants will learn helpful interpretive guidelines and various methods of studying the Bible, how to maximize all of the tools that already exist in a good Study Bible, and become familiar with other resources that assist lifelong learners in understanding and applying the Bible to their everyday lives. This course will also help you develop your prayer life and integrate it into your daily Bible reading.
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