A variety of offerings are available for adults to grow and study in God’s Word. Regular offerings are available on Sunday mornings during the education hour from 9:30-10:30 AM. These education opportunities vary with topical and specific discussions of books or themes from the Bible taught by staff, members of the congregation, and special guest instructors. We offer studies that meet onsite, online, and a combination.
The Truth Project
Wednesdays, September 16–December 16, 6:30–8:00 PM
You and I are engaged in a cosmic battle that is pitting the truth claims of God against the lies of the world, the flesh, and the devil. Join us as we take an in-depth look at the Biblical foundations of our Christian Worldview with the “Truth Project.” If you have questions or need information email Pastor Toby at email@example.com.
Thursdays, beginning September 17, 9:30–11:00 AM (with Chuck Daenzer)
Every day bombards people with so many desires, and we wish we could pursue them all. Ecclesiastes recounts the story of one person who decided to try. He denied himself nothing that he wanted: Money. Sex. Power. Prestige. Knowledge. Experiences. He pursued them all. But what happens when we reach the end of those things? If you feel like you’re racing the clock for all you desire, this strangely named book may feel surprisingly familiar. See where his desires led him and what he learned through it all. If you have questions or need information, email Chuck at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Intersection Between Church and State
Sundays, September 20–October 25, 9:30 AM
Onsite and Online
This is season in politics. So, let’s review In the relationship energetic between church and state in the U.S. Voices and viewpoints line up across the spectrum. Some would argue from history there should be a “wall of separation” between the two. Others maintain co-existence is not only necessary and inevitable but can lead to positive results. Join us as Rev. Gregory P. Seltz helps us understand the multi-layered discourse existing between church and state in the U.S. and how this relationship can be a fruitful force for good to those in need. If you have questions or need information, email Phil Johnson at email@example.com.
Sundays, September 20–October 25, 9:30 AM
Brothers And Sisters In Christ Connecting to God, each other, and the community around us. Each Sunday we’ll practice God’s mission in community. We’ll gather around God’s Word and go through the 5 questions we’ve learned from Joining Jesus on His Mission. We’ll learn more about the 5 practices Jesus teaches us in the gospels: 1) Seeking the Kingdom, 2) Hearing from Jesus, 3) Talking with People,
4) Doing Good, 5) Ministering through Prayer. If you have questions or need information, email Jan Schrader at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get to Know Cross View
Sunday, September 20, 1:00 PM
Welcome to Cross View! Are you interested in our Cross View (CV) family and what God is doing here? Take time to get to know us. Let us tell you a little more about ourselves (our history, our core beliefs, how we work together and in God’s kingdom) and how you can become a member of the CV family. If you have questions or need information, email Ann Ryan at email@example.com.
Joining the CV Family
Sundays, September 27–October 18, 1:00 PM
If you’re interested in joining and being a part of our CV family sign up and attend this 4-week class. This class is for anyone who’s new to the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod or anyone who wants to learn about the core of Cross View’s faith family. If you have questions or need information, email Ann Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Going All In
Sundays, October 25–November 15, 1:00 PM
Are you ready to go all-in with the Cross View Family? Come to this four-week class to get involved, get connected, grow, and serve with other Cross View members using your gifts and talents to serve Christ and His Kingdom. This is part two for anyone interested in becoming a part of our CV Family. If you have questions or need information, email Ann Ryan at email@example.com.
Monday Women's Bible Class: A Time for Everything
First Monday of the Month (September thru May), 9:30 AM
This study will meet the first Monday of the month at 9:30 AM (except for September, when the study meets on the 14th because of the Labor Day holiday). Meetings this fall will be on-line via Zoom because of COVID-19.
“A Time for Everything” is from the Women of Faith series, and the study is based on themes from Ecclesiastes 3:1-8. Please contact Marcy Nordhus at firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15 if you are interested in joining. Study books will be ordered in the middle of August (cost is usually around $10.00) in order to have them ready for the September meeting.
Tuesday Evening Age 18-28 Bible Study
Twelve21, a group of people ages 18-28, normally meets two Tuesdays each month at area breweries and restaurants. This group is currently meeting via Zoom. Contact Jonathan Zellar (email@example.com) for more information about this group and this study.