Offered regularly throughout the entire ministry year (September 2019 - June 2020)
- Intro to Spiritual Formation
- Intro to Redeemer East Side
- Adult Dive Deep Discipleship Hour (various classes)
Winter (Dec - Feb): Focus On a Calling
Be equipped for your callings in the city -- relationships, work and neighborhood -- by taking a Formation Class. We encourage you to focus on one calling for the year.
- Relationships: Relationship Forums
- Work: Faith & Work Class
- Neighborhood: Power, Privilege and Difference
- Public Faith: Apologetics: Conversing with World Religions
Spring (Mar - May): Live Out Your Calling
Engage more deeply in your calling by signing up for a CG or a cohort-based learning community designed for application and action.
- Relationships: MarriageWorks / Relationship Forums / Community Groups
- Work: Faith & Work Intensive
- Neighborhood: Neighborhood Advocate Cohort
- Public Faith: Questioning Christianity Series (Jan - May)
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Ongoing Class Descriptions
Intro to Redeemer East Side
Register | March 15, May 17 at 1:15 p.m.
Learn about the history and vision of Redeemer East Side, get acquainted with our ministries and opportunities, and dialogue with East Side staff and other congregants. This core seminar will be offered periodically during the year to help you get connected with our church and community.
Intro to Spiritual Formation
Register | February 9, April 19, June 14 at 1:15 p.m.
At Redeemer East Side, we believe that the gospel makes its way deeper into our hearts and transforms our lives through the ordinary practices we engage in, the community we embrace, and by living out the callings God has given us - in our work, relationships and neighborhoods. This core seminar will be offered periodically during the year to deepen your understanding of spiritual formation.
Real Conversations on Parenting (taught by Dr. Margaret Yoon)
Registration Closed | October 6 - November 17 at 11:30 a.m.
Grow in community with other Redeemer ES parents as we understand our child’s development spiritually, mentally, physically and emotionally and how to reach them where they are. Five weeks taught by adolescent psychiatrist and fellow ESer, Dr. Margaret Yoon. Final weeks led by Sandi Taylor, the mother of three girls and holds a masters in counseling.
Apologetics: Conversing with World Religions (taught by guest speakers)
Registration Closed | January 5 - 19 at 11:30 a.m.
How should a Christian understand and engage with other religions and worldviews? Join us for a three-week series led by various guest speakers exploring the history, culture and tenets of some of the major worldviews represented here in our city.
Families + Tech
Registration Closed | February 9 at 11:30 a.m.
Based on Andy Crouch's book, Techwise, this interactive class will help you make key decisions around character, space and time that help put tech in its proper place. Though not a simple subject, as a community, we can build healthy ways forward.
Foundations of a Godly Home
Register | February 23 - March 1 at 11:30 a.m.
Every family home is built on a foundation. Some foundations are built on rock and can stand, while other foundations are built on sand and crumble. We will discuss and watch a livestream in which pastor and best-selling author Dr. Paul David Tripp outlines the required tools needed to build your home on solid ground. He will help your family implement the beliefs, values, words, and actions that are foundational to a Godly home.
Neighborhood and Justice Conversations
Register | March 29 and April 5 at 11:30 a.m.
This class will connect current events and modern themes with the gospel story. We will explore God’s call to live as faithful citizens and neighbors, how power blinds us, making spaces into places, and more. Equip yourself to use your relationships, gifts and authority for the common good.
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Register | January 26, February 23, March 29, April 26, May 31 at 6:30 p.m.
How do we experience and embody the love of Christ within all types and seasons of our relationships? Come and wrestle with that question through monthly instruction and discussion-based forums covering a variety of topics.
Faith & Work Class
Register | January 8 - February 19 at 7 p.m.
The question of faith and work is really a question of calling. Through our seven-week introductory-level Faith & Work Class, we hope to demystify the idea of calling and help you develop a clearer sense of God’s calling for you. We will give you a biblical overview of faith and work with the goal of helping you deepen your understanding and experience of everyday work.
Power, Privilege and Difference
Register | January 12 - March 1 at 1:15 p.m.
What is the good life, not just for ourselves but also for all our neighbors? In the midst of differences, from ideological to ethnic to socio-economic, come learn to inhabit your neighborhood, bringing good for the civic and social needs of those nearby and all in need. Six weeks on the topics of: Place, Power, Ethnicity and more.
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Register | February 4 - May 12 at 7 p.m.
Dive deeper as a couple and with others in the ES community as we embrace God’s wisdom for love and marriage.
Faith & Work Intensive
Register | February 29-May 16 at 7:30 p.m.
The Faith & Work Intensive is a 12-week experience that explores how the gospel is at work transforming our heart, communities, and the world. Over the course of nine weekly 2-hour meetings and four Saturday sessions, you will learn in community how to think theologically and apply biblical truths to your everyday work life, creating a more meaningful and sustainable integration of faith & work.
Neighborhood Advocate Cohort
Apply by February 14 | March 4 - May 16 at 7 p.m.
Put what you know about loving your neighbor into action through this 12-week cohort that promotes change through worship, discussion and action. Participants will work together to build mutual relationships, serve justly, and bring the hope of Christ with neighbors nearby and in need.
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