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The goal of classes at Waterstone is to build a strong Christian foundation and catalyze spiritual growth. We offer many classes and experiences designed to accommodate a wide variety of needs and schedules throughout the week.


Saturday Nights: April 14, August 21 and October 20
6:45pm, in the Missions Area

Sunday Mornings: April 15, August 22 and October 21
10:30am, in the Alcove

Are you new to Waterstone? This gathering provides an opportunity for you to learn more about the church’s vision, beliefs, ministries and staff. Your kids are welcome to join us. Food will be provided. To learn more, contact Emily Clauss.


Mark your calendars! The Alpha Course is returning to Waterstone!
Tuesdays, April 3 - May 22
6:30-8:30pm, Rm 211E

We believe everyone should have the chance to explore the Christian faith, ask questions and share their point of view. Come explore faith, life, and meaning with us. Dinner will be provided and childcare is available if needed. For more information, contact Jesse Ramer.



Sundays, September 16 - September 30
9-10:15am, Rm 211E

Over the course of three weeks, the Membership Class gives participants an in-depth look at Waterstone’s mission, vision and doctrine. The class also helps participants identify how they can use their gifts to make an impact within the church and by serving the community. The Membership class starts the process for those who are interested in becoming members, but membership is not required. It is a great class for people who want to get an in-depth look at the heart of Waterstone. To learn more, contact Emily Clauss.


Mondays, April 30-June 4
8 - 9pm via Facebook LIVE

Cost: $20 per couple for class materials (or you can order book and study guide on your own)  


Be a part of the first-ever online format class offered at Waterstone! Via a private Facebook group, facilitators Keith and Marie Hughes will use Facebook LIVE videos and online discussion to help couples (married, dating, engaged) and single people learn valuable spiritual insights to the design of marriage. No matter the season of life, the material of this class is meant to enhance one’s understanding of union between two people. This class is based on the Tim Keller book, "The Meaning of Marriage" which unearths valuable concepts of marriage, meant to help improve relationships and avoid potential pitfalls. For more information, contact Marie at Click here to register


Wednesdays, April 4–25
6:30-8pm, Rm 211E
Join us for this four-lecture series where we will explore a variety of topics that are relevant to our culture. Come to all or just one.

 Lecture Topics:

  • April 4th: Authenticity with God and Others - Betsy Nesbit, PhD, Professor of Counseling at Denver Seminary
  • April 11th: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace - Dr. Halee Gray Scott, PhD., Author and Social Researcher.
  • April 18th: A Christian Response to the Opioid Crisis - Dr. Donald Bechtold, MD, VP, Healthcare, Integration and Medical Director at Jefferson Center for Mental Health.
  • April 25th: Marriage Night: Gain Insight Into Your Marriage - Dr. Harv and Bev Powers, The Redimere Group

Childcare will be available for kids infant through 4th grade. Children older than 4th grade can attend their appropriate class that will be meeting at the same time. Cost is $5/child or $8/per family. Click here to RSVP for childcare 4 days prior to the lecture you are attending to. In your email, please include your child's name, age and any allergies. For more information, contact Brooke.



13 weeks, Tuesday Evenings, January 30 – April 24
6:30-8:30pm, Tower Room
Cost: $20; Childcare is available for an additional low cost

Unless you’ve been there, it’s hard to understand the hurt that comes from separation and divorce. DivorceCare groups are led by people who have been through divorce and successfully rebuilt their lives. This warm, caring group will be an “oasis” in an otherwise difficult season of life. For more info, contact .


Thursdays, January 4, February 1, March 8 and April 5
7-8:30pm; Rm 201W
Suggested $10 Donation

Heartlight Center and Halcyon Hospice host this group which provides participants with the community and insight to gain the strength and peace they need to effectively move forward with their lives. Heartlight Center seeks to provide education about and support through the grief process. For more info, contact Emily Johnson at 720.748.9908.

Wednesdays, January 31 – March 28
6:30-8pm, Rm211E

Overcome is a 9-week group study for those affected by mental disorder and their supporters. Participants work through study guides, which provide tangible resources, coping tools and hope in the midst of their suffering, by teaching them that they are valuable and worthy of love. The group structure emphasizes community, as members meet weekly to engage in conversation and discuss the workbook material. During the 9-week series, Overcome helps participants experience the abundant life of Christ as a Child of God. For more information, contact Kimberly Britt.