Current Xenos Classes

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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 5-week class with Liz Sweet
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. With Childcare
Saturdays, February 22 – March 21, from 9 - 11 a.m.
$45/adult or $15/student + $5 for Childcare (Register before 2/20)


a 5-week class with John Ross
Excited about your new relationship with Jesus
but unsure how to grow? This quick-hit class will
cover basics on the five main ways believers can
strengthen their faith. With Childcare
Saturdays, 10 – 11 a.m.
February 22 – March 21

$45/adult or $15/student + $5 for childcare
(Register before 2/20)


a 5-week class with Pat Reeder
No Pre-requisite! The Class is self-contained. The
book(s) of Chronicles is often ignored or skipped
for two reasons. First, it contains an impervious
nine chapters of genealogies. Second, the
remainder feels like a repeat of much that came
before it. This is unfortunate, because if the book
of I & II Kings is about sin and judgment,
Chronicles is about salvation. Chronicles near
comprehensive historical reach—ranging from the
beginning of human history to the return from
exile—is no mere repeat but was organized with a
very specific message in mind. On top of
recapitulating some of the disturbing moral,
political and spiritual degradation of God’s chosen
people from the first two courses, we will explore
the unique aspects of the book(s) of Chronicles to
understand how all the parts fit together—
genealogies included!
Wednesdays, 7 – 9:30 p.m.
February 19 – March 18

$45/adult or $15/student
(Register before 2/18)

a 5-week class with Mary Beth Gladwell
Can marriage work in the 21st century? What
would a good marriage look like? Could the Bible,
written thousands of years ago, possibly have
anything relevant to say about this issue? This
five week course will consider what we can do as
women to improve our marriages. We will explore
such topics as sex, forgiveness, how to create an
environment of acceptance and many more.
Wednesdays, 7 – 9 p.m.
February 12 – March 18 (skipping 2/19)

$45/adult or $15/student
(Register before 2/11)

a 6-week class with John Cleary & Amy Moreno,

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.
February 12 – March 18

$52/adult or $18/student
(Register before 2/11)

a 5-week class with Lee Campbell
Men want to be successful husbands but often
find themselves unmotivated or confused about
how to do well with this very important
relationship. There are a few principles that if
understood and practiced can help a great deal.
This class is designed for married men; however,
single men are free to join us.
Wednesdays, 7 – 9 p.m.
February 19 – March 18

$45/adult or $15/student
(Register before 2/18)

a 5-week class with Doug Rudy
Why take the Bible seriously? Hasn’t science
proven the Bible wrong? How could a loving God
allow so much suffering in the world? If
Christianity is true, what does that say about
other religions? These are great questions, and
ones that deserve answers. In this class, these
and other questions are carefully thought
through. If you are investigating spirituality,
including the Christian faith, but have questions
or reservations that need answers – you should
find these five discussions very interesting and
Wednesdays, 7 – 9:30 p.m.
February 19 – March 18

$15 for all
(Register before 2/18)

a 3-week class with Holly McCallum
God wants all believers to become World Christians either by becoming missions mobilizers or long-term missionaries.  Where do you fit in?  Short-term missions trips are a great way to see the awesome needs in the world around us first hand.  If you’re thinking about taking a short-term missions trip, our training course can help make your experience on the field a positive one.  Students will understand the biblical mandate for missions, learn how to relate to other cultures, and identify potential areas of stress on the field.
Class will be held at the Warehouse: 600 E Oakland park Ave, 43214
Saturdays, March 7 – March 21,  from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.

$25/adult or $9/student 
(Register before 2/14)