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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 Summer 2022 Courses. Browse our whole catalogue of Summer 2022 courses or choose from the following highlights below.

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

Upcoming Courses


Jeremiah: Pain and Hope for Troubled Times
Lissa M. Wray Beal
May 16–May 20, 2022
Online or On Campus

Bring your questions about trauma and pain to a prophet who ministered amidst threat, war, fear, and impending exile. In this, discover the lasting significance of Jeremiah and see how God draws near amidst pain.


Racial Justice and Radical Hospitality: A Biblical Approach
Krish Kandiah
Jun 6–Jun 10, 2022
Online or on campus

Explore hope and expose weakness in the church's vocation to share God's radical hospitality to all nations. Gain insight into biblical, practical ways that churches can practice racial justice in their congregation and community.


Male and Female in Christ
Wesley Hill
Jul 4–Jul 8. 2022
Online or On Campus

Explore NT texts on sex and gender, marriage, and singleness. Discover how Scripture speaks to—and also queries, subverts, and transforms—issues of embodiment, sexuality, and gender dysphoria. Learn to integrate this insight in a contemporary context.


The Book of Proverbs: Developing Wisdom in a Complicated World
Tremper Longman
Jul 18–Jul 22, 2022
Online or On Campus

Read and interpret Proverbs in its original context while uncovering its lasting significance for faith and practice today. Learn from the book's wisdom in its original setting and apply its lessons to our complex world today.

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