All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness
2 Timothy 3:16
Classes at King's Cross Church are unique. You won't find people talking about what a particular verse means to them, rather you will find deep, meaningful, and engaging studies designed to enrich your understanding of the Scriptures and apply them to your everyday life. Past studies have focused on prayer, how to understand the Bible correctly, and what Biblical worship looks like.
Growing in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ
The Bible is God's word to us. It is the only way we can truly know God and what he expects of us. Our classes are formed around correctly understanding the Bible and allowing it to form us rather than finding ways to make the Bible fit our own agenda.
King's Cross Church is firmly committed to growing in our knowledge of Jesus Christ. Classes go beyond "What does this verse mean to you?" and gets to the heart of the text, encouraging questions and discussion along the way.
Classes are designed around our entire church family. Young and old, men and women, singles and families all learn together to build each other up and encourage one another in their faith.
Romans 12 says that we should be 'transformed by the renewing of our mind' and that is what you will find at KCC. Classes are practical, encouraging, and challenge you to live a life that helps you become more Christ-like.
How People Change
If you've ever tried to make a positive change in your life and failed, this class is for you! We're currently working through the book, "How People Change", by Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp. Each class looks at one chapter and all of it is superseded with deep Scriptural insight. You will learn how to identify the Biblical pattern for change and apply it to your life.
How To Understand the Bible
The Bible is the foundation of our faith. Understanding it correctly is vitally important. This series of classes by Baruch Maoz cuts through the confusion and mystery that readers often struggle with so you can read it the way that God intended it to be read: clearly and simply.