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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.



September 30, October 7, 14, 21, 28
10:30am in Rm 201/203

Jesus came proclaiming the Kingdom of God had arrived. But what does that mean? What is the Kingdom of God? Why did Jesus focus so much of his teaching on it? does the Kingdom of God even matter today?
Waterstone believes that our understanding of the Kingdom of God influences the way we follow Jesus, view our lives and engage the world. Simply put, if we miss the Kingdom of God, we miss everything.

Over the course of five weeks, this transformative class will explore what the Kingdom of God is, why it is vital to our faith and how it should influence our lives. Join us!

6:30-8pm, Tuesdays, October 2 – November 27

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. Each week we eat dinner together, watch a short 20-30 minute video exploring various questions such as 'Is there more to life than this?' and 'Who is Jesus?' and then spend an hour in small groups discussing that night's topic. Dinner will be provided and childcare is available.

No need to RSVP but feel free to contact Jesse Ramer at if you have any questions.

Saturday Night: October 20
6:45pm, in the Missions Area

Sunday Morning: 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.

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.


Financial Peace University - Everything You Need to Become Debt-Free

8:45-10:15am, Sundays, September 9 - October 28, Rm 211E
Cost: $95/family

Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson, money-management class developed by America's most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. You will walk through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more. Contact Wayne at  


Frontline Theology- The Bible

9 am- 12:30 pm (Please arrive by 8:45), Saturday, October 27, Rm 200W

Have you ever wanted to learn the foundational teachings of the Christian faith in order to easily transfer them to others?

In our first course, The Bible, we will explore the Formation of the Bible, the Authority of the Bible, and see how the Bible is inerrant, clear, necessary, and sufficient in understanding God’s plan of salvation and maintaining a spiritual life. Other courses will be taught monthly throughout the year.

Contact and RSVP to David Schlupp:


Living Stones- God's Agenda

9 am- 10:15 am, Sunday's, September- December, Rm 200W

In this class, we are going to look at today’s culture theologically. This will help us recognize God’s agenda and what he is calling and commanding his church to do. We will look at the roles of government and the church, along with the theology of the kingdom of God. At the same time, we will look at what Scripture says about the most crucial topics, policies, and events of today.

Contact and RSVP to David Schlupp:



Mental Health Support

6:30-8pm, Wednesdays, September 7 – November 7, Rm203W

Overcome is a group 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. For more information, contact: Kimberly at