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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.

This benefit is available to be applied to all Fall 2022 Courses, barring off-site/en-route courses, pre-recorded distance education, guided studies, seminars, or language courses. You can browse our whole catalogue of 2022 courses or choose from the highlights listed below—all of which are great for new and experienced students who want to deepen in faith, hone their biblical interpretation, and weave theology into all spheres of life.

Download the Church Group Benefit Form


  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 Fall 2022 Church Group Benefit Form for more details. Contact [email protected] for registration questions and [email protected] for general inquiries.

Upcoming Courses


Spiritual Discernment
Gordon T. Smith
September 16-17, October 21-22, November 25-26, 2022
Weekends On Campus

Discover the art of spiritual discernment, and learn to recognize and respond to the Spirit's prompting and inner witness. Explore a model for effective decision-making that incorporates the wisdom of the Christian heritage, with special attention to corporate discernment and spiritual direction.


Cultural Hermeneutics: Engaging with World with the Word
Elizabeth Sung
Mondays | 1:30–4:30 pm
Online or on campus

Hone your ability to interpret and understand culture(s) vis-à-vis God’s intentions for the world. Learn to analyze society and its artifacts through sociocultural and theological lenses. Grow as creative agents who promote truth, goodness, and beauty in the world, while belonging to Christ and his kingdom.


Taking Your Soul to Work
Paul Stevens
Wednesdays | 6:30–9:30 pm
Online or On Campus

Develop a theology and spirituality of work by studying biblical narrative, reading the ancient classics of Christian spirituality, and interacting with the latest research from leadership and management. This dynamic course is for managers, professionals, pastoral staff, home-makers, and anyone in between who seeks to take their souls to work.


The Book of Hebrews
George Guthrie
Mondays | 9:15 am–12:15 pm
Online or On Campus

Get to know, interpret, and apply the content in the New Testament book of Hebrews, with special emphasis upon understanding the book's structure and theology. As you do so, grow to embody and live out the message of Hebrews while communicating its message more effectively in context of our modern world.

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