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LEARN AND GROW IN COMMUNITY

Dive into Scripture with those who share your life in the pews. Engage tough questions and carry them home to your small group. Deepen your knowledge of church history, and let that shape your Sunday worship.

The Church Group Benefit is a unique opportunity for church groups to take a class together at Regent. Whether you’re new to theology or a seasoned exegete, come learn and grow alongside friends and world-class instructors.

Take a look at the courses highlighted below, or browse all upcoming courses on our timetable page

Download the Church Group Benefit Form

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Organize a group of 3–10 people from your congregation.
  2. Have each member of your group create a student account on REGIS. (Here's how!)
  3. Fill out our Church Group Benefit Form, which must be signed and submitted by an official church representative.
  4. Register for one of our upcoming courses.
  5. Pay together and each student gets 25% off his or her credit or audit tuition.

See the Church Group Benefit Form for more details.

Questions?

We'd love to hear from you! Send an email to [email protected], and our team will get in touch to walk you through the application process, answer any questions, and generally help out.

Upcoming Courses

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Spiritual Discernment: Decision-Making & the Voice of Jesus
Gordon T. Smith
May 13–17, 8:30–11:30
Onsite or Online

This course is an introduction to the art of spiritual discernment: recognizing and responding to the prompting or inner witness of the Spirit. Incorporating the wisdom of the Christian heritage, we'll look at a model for effective decision-making focused on seeking the wisdom and direction of God, whether as individuals or communities.

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Women in the New Testament & Early Church
Lynn H. Cohick
May 27–31, 8:30–11:30
Onsite or Online

This course will examine women’s lives in the New Testament and the wider Greco-Roman world by studying the biblical text, literary sources, and archaeological evidence. We'll explore women’s contributions to the Christian story in the church's first five centuries, and then consider women’s participation in leadership in the church today.

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Listening to the Land of the Bible
Cyndi Parker
Jun 24–28, 1:30–4:30 pm
Onsite or Online

The landscape of the Bible has many secrets to tell us if we learn to listen. How did things like soil, weather, hills, valleys, and roads shape people's lives in biblical times, and the biblical story itself? Through marking maps, viewing pictures, and reading text, we'll root biblical stories in real places, get to know characters as real people, and see God's word in a new light.

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Race, Racism & Christian Identity
Elizabeth Yao-Hwa Sung
Jul 8–12, 8:30–11:30 am
Onsite or Online

The impact of societal racial disparities on our personal lives and relationships often goes undetected and unaddressed. How do we engage Christianly with the historical, political, economic, and cultural factors that affect our capacity to live out our identity in Christ? We'll develop a perspective based on God’s character and will to forge a restorative path forward.

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Shaping Your Future Leadership
Peter Shaw
Jul 15–19, 1:30–4:30 pm
Onsite or Online

Review and shape your leadership by discovering your voice, owning your life decisions, and understanding your influence. Learn from leaders from different sectors and from biblical texts and characters. This interactive course will help you crystallize your goals, whether you're looking for growth, renewal, or a new direction.

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The Holy Spirit & the Arts
Jeremy Begbie
July 29–August 2, 8:30–11:30 am
Onsite or Online

For centuries, many have perceived a strong bond between the work of the Spirit and artistic creativity. This course asks why this might be so. What is it about the arts that leads so easily to "spirit-talk"? We'll also ask, how can the arts be more effective agents of the Spirit’s activity in the church and world?

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