Becoming the person God made you to be is a lifelong journey, and we’re here to help you take steps in the right direction. These classes and Bible studies will help you understand how learning is connected to growing as a disciple.

Core Classes

Connect your faith to everyday life!

At First Free Church, we’ve thought long and hard about the most important things that every disciple of Jesus should understand and cultivate in their daily lives. As a result, we’ve created six unique learning experiences that will help every adult disciple grow in their faith.

Who are these classes for?

These classes are ideal for anyone exploring Christianity or the Church, anyone new in their faith, or those desiring to build, or perhaps rebuild, a firm foundation as a growing disciple.

What to expect:

We offer six classes spread out over two years. Each class is 8-12 weeks long and will include reading material, class handouts, lots of interaction, practical application, and plenty of opportunity to go deeper in core areas related to spiritual growth.


Navigate your way through competing worldviews and popular systems of belief in this new Core Class. We live in a world with a lot of beliefs, opinions, and feel-good messages. This class will help you understand what a Christian worldview is, and how to cultivate one practically in your own life.

January 14–February 18
10:30am | Theater Room (113)

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Bible Studies

Building on the foundation of our Core Classes, we’d encourage you to make your way to one of our many “elective” classes. At First Free Church, we offer a variety of learning environments for studying books of the Bible and various topics of the Bible. With opportunities for men, women, and co-ed groups, these spaces are great for building community, too!



Sundays | 10:30am
Room 014 (Lower Level)

Weekly Sunday school with rotating topics. Open to all; mostly attended by senior adults. Currently studying The Power of Knowing God.

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A Study of Isaiah

Go and Tell This People
A Life on Track class
Sundays | 9:00–10:15am

Theater Room (113)

Join Anytime!

Join us for a study of the Book of Isaiah, focusing on the way we can learn through Isaiah today.

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Topical | Sexuality

Rethinking Sexuality
Based on the book by Juli Slattery
Sundays | 10:30am
Room 102

We’re taking 12 weeks to do a deep dive on God’s plan for sexuality.

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Registration for these continuing studies has closed, but please reach out to us if you’re interested in joining and we will see what we can do to get you plugged in!

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A Study of Isaiah

Isaiah, by Melissa Spoelstra
Mondays | 7:00–9:00pm
Room 102
January 8–April 15

A Study of Exodus

God of Freedom, by Jen Wilkin
Tuesdays | 9:30–11:15am
Worship Center
January 9–April 16

1, 2, and 3 John

Abide, by Jen Wilkin
Thursdays | 5:30–7:00pm
Multipurpose Room
January 4–April 11


Registration for these studies has closed, but please reach out to us if you’re interested in joining and we will get you plugged in!

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Topical | Sexuality

Rethinking Sexuality
Wednesdays | 6:30–8:00pm
Church Office

We’re doing a deep dive on Rethinking Sexuality and looking at how God’s redemptive plan is pictured inside His plan for sexuality.

A Study of Job

Job, a study by Francis Chan
Wednesdays | 6:45pm
Church Office

Join us as we study what the book of Job has in store for us. We will use the book Job by Francis Chan, and the corresponding RightNow Media study.

A Study of Colossians

Saturdays | 7:00am
Church office conference room (north of the church building)

Join us for a journey through the book of Colossians. Study alongside other men. This study is facilitated by Mark Brunott.

Explore Classes

In today’s cultural climate we are trying to make sense out of many competing worldviews. Explore Classes will be offered seasonally and will touch on topics related to human sexuality, cultural diversity, spiritual gifts, gender issues in the church, marriage & divorce, and abortion & adoption.

Participants in Explore Classes will have the opportunity to think about these issues from a biblical perspective. These classes are practical in nature, dealing with important conversations taking place in society, and participants will have the opportunity to learn more about what we believe the Bible teaches as communicated in our Position Statements.