Core Classes at Perimeter

Perimeter's core class offerings are designed for answering your questions about the faith, learning more about how God uniquely designed you to be a part of His kingdom, and equipping you to share your faith and gifts with others! These classes are helpful to the whole congregation and may be especially good for those not ready for the commitment of joining a discipleship group. 


Four Weeks
Sundays | Oct 17 - Nov 7
10:45 AM in room A2129-31

In this core course, you'll learn vital truths about the gospel, who God is and how we are to live before Him. You'll be immersed in the basic doctrines of our faith. This class is ideal for those investigating Christianity, as well as those who want to better understand these fundamental principles so they can lay a foundation for future growth. This class is open to anyone and is especially recommended for newcomers.


Sundays | Sep 19 - Dec 5
9:00 AM in room A3220
(Middle School Library)

As the name indicates, TFL is a class designed to prepare leaders for ministry and is a key component in our leadership development process. I know of no other training that we offer that excels this class in content and personal impact. If you have a sense that God is calling you to discover your personal ministry (Eph. 2:10), this class is your next best step in the preparation process.


Six Week Course
Groups are now forming

This study teaches people of all ages, economic levels and cultural backgrounds God’s perspective of managing money and possessions. Jesus spoke about money and stewardship more than any other topic. Find out why and how to be a good steward through a Compass Stewardship course.



Two Days
Fri, Nov 12 – Sat, Nov 13

Learn the tools for sharing the Gospel with friends and family in a non-threatening and effective way. Participants find this easy to learn and apply to everyday situations. This seminar is offered twice a year, typically in the spring and fall.


Four Weeks
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This course goes deeper into our basic theology. In this class you learn about the distinctives of reformed theology, the role of the local church in a believer’s life, the story of God’s covenant with His people, and what we believe about God’s Word. This class is open to anyone interested in going deeper into what we believe and why.



Additional Course Offering

Sat, Oct 2 | 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM | Uptown Auditorium

This workshop will model skills and questions that, with the Spirit's help, can reveal the underlying issue or concern. This is the "drawing out" process that helps lead to understanding. Jesus modeled this well—that loving others is moving toward the pain, not away