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Sunday Mornings
 

God Connects – Part One
Sundays, September 18 – October 23, 9:30 AM (Rooms 209 – 211) 
Onsite/Online 

As we seek to be equipped to go into the world as disciples of Jesus, a solid refresher on the basics of Christian faith is in order for two reasons.  First, knowing the faith strengthens us personally in our walk with God and in our understanding of His love for us and for the world.  Second, growing in our understanding of the faith equips us to have meaningful conversations and dialogues with others as we seek to share Christ.  Join us on Sunday mornings for part one of “God Connects.”  In this six-week series, we will tackle questions like:  “Why Jesus?”  “Why the Bible?” and “Who is the Holy Spirit?”  The course will equip you to share your learnings as well as access and share free user-friendly resources with others. Questions? Contact Phil Johnson (philj23@gmail.com). Click here to register for this class.

 

Membership Classes
Sundays, September 18 - October 23, 9:30 AM (Room 213)
Onsite

Do you want to know more about our Cross View (CV) family? Have you been here a while and want a refresher? Or do you want to join the CV family and learn how God is growing His kingdom in and through us? Check out our classes below. To register, click here. If you have any questions, contact Ann Ryan (annryan@hotmail.com) or the church office (952-941-1094).

• Sunday, September 11: New Member materials can be picked up during Fall Kickoff.

• Sundays, September 18 – October 2: Join the CV Family. In these three sessions, you’ll learn about the core of our family faith. Get to know the heart of Cross View as you join our CV family.

• Sundays, October 9 – October 23: Go All In. In these three sessions, you’ll learn how to get involved, get connected, grow, and serve with other Cross View members using your gifts and talents to serve Christ and His Kingdom.

• Sunday, October 30: New Member Sunday. You can formally become a member of the CV family and be received into membership at the 10:45 am worship service.

 

New Member Bible Study

 

Thursday Evenings
 

Community Light School of Discipleship
Thursdays, 6:30 - 8:30 PM (On Break for the Summer)
Onsite and Online

Community Light School of Discipleship (CLSD) is a Bible study designed to help each of us to grow as disciples to make disciples.  This free series will equip participants with the resources to “go” and make disciples wherever God has planted them. CLSD is available to Cross View members and the community at large; small groups, friends, neighbors, families, and other congregations can join us onsite, online, or on-demand. Three, nine-week sessions start in September and run through the end of April. Click here to view videos of last year's session. Watch for additional details and registration for the 2022-2023 sessions later this summer.

 

Tuesday Bible Study Fellowship (BSF)
 

Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) for Women & Preschool Children
Tuesdays, starting September 13, 12:30 - 2:00 PM

Bible Study Fellowship LogoCross View is delighted to host a Tuesday afternoon ­Bible Study Fellowship (BSF) class for women and preschool ­children. This year, BSF will be studying “People of the Promise: Kingdom Divided." This study will unpack a fascinating period in Israel’s history across 15 books, from its split into two nations, through dozens of kings and prophets and ultimately to the heartbreaking exile into Babylon.

For more than 60 years, BSF has offered free, in-depth Bible study, now serving more than 400,000 class members on six continents in more than 120 nations. The BSF Children’s Program for infants and preschoolers (newborns to kindergarten-age) lovingly teaches the truths of Matthew at their age-appropriate level.

Want to learn more about BSF? Go to bsfinternational.org to see how BSF studies the Bible. To learn more about this year's study, visit www.bsfinternational.org/our-studies/kingdom-divided/. Want to hear more about the BSF Children’s Program? Go to bsfinternational.org/childrens-groups.

Interested in joining this BSF class? Please email the Class Administrator, Ros Wright, at bsf.edina@gmail.com and she’ll be ­happy to get you and your preschool children registered for this class.

Other Classes
 

Women's Bible Study: Building Your Strengths: Who Am I in God's Eyes?
First Monday of Each Month except in September, Resumes September 12, 9:30 AM 
Onsite, Room 218

Participants will read and discuss chapters from the book Building Your Strengths: Who Am I in God's Eyes?  Questions? Contact Marcy Nordhus (mpnordhus@gmail.com). 
 

Women's Bible Study: Take Courage: A study of Hagaii
Mondays, September 13-November 1, 6:30 – 8:00 PM 
Onsite, Room 218

The first night will be an introduction to the study before we dive into this 7-week video-based Bible study by teacher Jennifer Rothschild. Order your study book from Amazon or Lifeway and come along as we find courage in the God who declares, “I am with you!” Join us and be strengthened by God’s Word, group discussion, prayer, and friendship. Questions? Contact Vicki Weber mvweber1@yahoo.com.

 

Tuesday Evening Age 18-28 Bible Study

Twelve21 is a bi-monthly meeting of college students and young adults on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. Participants have the opportunity to meet with others who are in a similar stage of life and to talk about how faith and life converge. The meetings, which include Bible study, discussion, and fellowship, typically take place at an area restaurant or brewery. 

  • On the first Tuesday of the month we have Bible study, usually meeting at Cross View, in the Senior High Room. We read some scripture, dig into what we saw and heard, and then answer “so what?” and discuss how it applies to us.
  • On the third Tuesday of the month we meet somewhere, usually TBD for fellowship, typically at an area restaurant or brewery.

Contact Pastor Toby Schmidt (toby@crossview.net) for more information about this group and this study.
 

Ecclesiastes
Thursdays, 9:30–11:00 AM (with Chuck Daenzer)
Online

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 cdaenzer1@comcast.net.