Xenos Class Registration

Winter 1st Session Classes 2015

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Class Registration Form

Please read the class description to ensure you meet any prerequisites for the class you have chosen.

First name: Middle initial:  Last name:
Street Address: (include maiden name if recently married)
City: State:  Zip:
Phone: Email Address:   
Home Group:

For classes with childcare please indicate ages of children that will need childcare

Important: I am a full time student.
I would like to be the class TA. (We will email you if you are selected.)


You will receive an email with all the class details a few days before class starts.
Some classes may already be full. Other classes may have prerequisites (read the class descriptions below for more information). If you cannot be enrolled, you will be notified by the registrar within a week.

Where will my class meet? Xenos classes meet at our main campus (1390 Community Park Drive) and at our office (1340 Community Park Drive). If noted, some classes will meet at the 4th Street Pavilion (1934 N. Fourth Street). (All in Columbus, Ohio.) Map

How do I pay? Students pay tuition on the first night of class - please bring exact change: cash or check.

Xenos Class Descriptions

Xenos Core Classes:

a 5-week class with Pat Reeder
Whether you’re discovering the Bible for the first time, or eager to rekindle your passion for Scripture, this course will help you understand, enjoy and obey God’s Word in ways that draw you near to Christ and transform your life.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9 p.m.
January 7 – February 4

$38/adult or $12/student
(Register before 1/6)


a 10-week class with Paul Alexander & Ben Foust
God wants to transform your character and help you learn how to love others as He has loved you. This course will show you how God is at work in your life to guide and empower you through the growth process. Learn to see yourself and others through God’s eyes and explore how deep-seated change occurs.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9:15 p.m.
January 7 – March 11 (exam on 3/18)

$75/adult or $25/student
(Register before 1/6)

a 9-week class with Gary DeLashmutt & Mike Sullivan
This course used to be divided into two modules, but is now a single 9-week class. Students will explore how the biblical mandate to love is worked out in a variety of practical areas in the Christian life: loving people around the world, loving the poor, loving people inside and outside the church, expressing love through financial generosity and prioritizing love in our decision making.
Prerequisites: Students must have successfully completed Intro to the Bible and Christian Growth.

Wednesdays, 7 – 10 p.m.
January 7 – March 4 (exam on 3/11)

$67/adult or $22/student
(register before 1/6)

Bring your kids (infants through 10 years old) to class with you on Saturday mornings. Our trained childcare staff will watch your children so you can focus on class.  (only $10 per family added to fee)
Please indicate the # of your children who need childcare and their ages on your registration

a 10-week class with Ryan Lowery & Paul Alexander
For current members of a Xenos home group
No Pre-requisites!

Saturdays, 9 – 11:30 a.m.
January 10 – March 21 (Skipping 1/24, exam on 3/28)

$75/adult or $25/students (+ $10 for childcare)
(Register before 1/8)


a 10-week class Patrice McCormac
This course is broken into two shorter modules covering Theology, Soteriology, Satanology & Eschatology.
Prerequisites: Students must have successfully completed Intro to the Bible and Christian Growth. (+ $10 for childcare for entire class)

Module 1: Intro to Theology & Soteriology (6wks)
Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
January 10 – February 21 (skipping 1/24)

$45/adult or $15/student
(register before 1/8)

Module 2: Satanology & Eschatology (4wks)
Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
February 28 – March 21 (exam on 3/28)

$30/adult or $10/student
(register before 2/26)

Xenos Elective Classes:

a 5-week class with Adam Spitznagle
Do you find it difficult to talk with your coworkers about your faith? This course is designed to help Christians invest in their co-workers and effectively share the gospel with them. Emphasis will be on deepening our understanding of the gospel, overcoming barriers to spiritual conversations, and making the gospel more attractive. Students will also learn how transformed character and improved work habits can open doors for the gospel.

Wednesdays, 7 – 9 p.m.
January 7 –February 4

$38/adult or $12/student
(register before 1/6)

a 9-week class with Doug Patch
The Apostle Paul wrote the Pastoral Epistles specifically to help leaders become transformational leaders – leaders (and workers) who are continually growing in God’s grace and leading others to do the same. If that is your desire, God can use this class to strengthen you and others through you.
Prerequisites: Students must have completed the Christian Ministry series.

Wednesdays, 7 – 10 p.m.
January 7 –March 4

$67/adult or $22/student
(register before 1/6)

a 5-week class with Bob Stasko
The Temple of God was important in the Old Testament, but God says we are His Temple now. Does that mean anything for us today? YES! We need to be good stewards of God’s Temple today! This class will go over the mental and spiritual implications of being unhealthy, as well as how to live in victory. This isn’t a class strictly about weight loss – it’s about changing your lifestyle. God has a plan for our lives, and being good stewards of the bodies He gave us is directly involved with that! This is a 5-week class open to anyone, with each week having gender-specific discussion groups. Starting the process for living a healthy life for God will be backed up by reasons and support from multiple sources – including the teacher’s own experience.

Saturdays, 9 – 11:30a.m.
January 10 – February 14 (skip 1/24)
Class will be held at the 4th St pavilion: 1934 N 4th St.

$38/adult or $12/student
(register before 1/8)

a 6-week class with John Cleary & Amy Moreno, MA PC
As followers of Christ, we are called to “bear one another’s burdens.”

This course equips students to help themselves and other Christians to follow Christ more deeply through tough challenges. Lectures will provide useful, biblically-based counseling techniques that address a variety of topics, including conflict, anxiety, sexual addictions, eating disorders, anger, and grieving. We’ll also explore the role that being a part of Christian community plays in each of these areas. (This class replaces Christian Leadership 2)

Wednesdays, 7 – 10 p.m.
January 7 – February 11

$45/adult or $15/student
(register before 1/6)

Teachers' Assistants:

Each class needs one or more TAs to assist with the class. TA tasks include attending every class, arriving 30 minutes early, taking attendance, collecting class tuition and collecting homework. In return, class tuition is waived for anyone serving as the TA. If you are interested in serving as the TA for your class, check the box in the registration form when you sign up. If the TA position for your class is still open, the class registrar will contact you to provide further details and to confirm if you will be the TA.

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