Online Classes at Resurrection

This season of online learning and connection at Church of the Resurrection is an opportunity to learn and grow together from wherever you already are!

Grow and learn together as we connect online this fall! Check out our classes below.

No Fear: Confronting Fear and Anxiety

Wednesdays, Nov. 4–18, 6:30 pm

Uncertainty is all around us. The pandemic, a global recession, and the strain of national elections make us feel a paralyzing sense of fear and anxiety. But in the midst of our uncertainties, God is sitting with us, calling us onward, to live with courage and hope.

As we lean into this call, we have to engage both our minds and our hearts, resting in both hope and lament. For this class, we are being led by a psychiatrist and a psalmist – Dr. Kelly Bisel and pastor/songwriter Matt Bisel – to help us confront our fear and anxiety with practical lessons that unite science and faith.

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"The Walk" Small Groups

Wednesdays, 6:30 pm

Looking to connect with others for community and growth? Join 8-12 other people for a 6 week small group experience of The Walk: Five Essential Practices of the Christian Life. Groups will meet online using Zoom. We have four sessions of this small group available:

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FAQs

Is the featured class a live broadcast, or is it over Zoom?

Trick question... it's both! The main teaching component will happen as a live broadcast through our online streaming page at cor.org/live. After the main teaching, we will break into smaller Zoom groups for discussion. To receive a link to a Zoom group, please make sure you register for the class using the link above!

I’ve never used Zoom before. How does it work?

You aren’t alone. Here's what the process looks like:

  • You’ll sign up for a free Zoom account.
  • You’ll receive a link to your class location.
  • Click that link when your class is scheduled and your screen will fill with class participants.
  • That's it – you're in!

Nothing is that simple. What if I have problems with Zoom?

We will have a practice Zoom session where you can test all your settings to make sure everything goes smoothly on your first night of class.

Learning on Zoom can’t possibly be as good as in person. Is it worth my time?

Of course, nothing substitutes for face-to-face contact. However, Zoom is a user-friendly platform that allows us to see and hear people in real time. One recent participant said this about an online class: “Zoom worked great and I thought it was time well spent.”

The classes sounds so great. Can I sign up for more than one?

We’ve intentionally scheduled the classes on multiple evenings so that you don’t have to choose just one class. We do ask that you fill out a separate registration form for each class.

Will there be homework?

Each class is different. However, all class leaders are sensitive to your time constraints. If you don’t have time to do work at home, they all understand.

When will we meet again in person?

The church is working on a plan to bring us all back together again. We always want to err on the side of responsibility, so as of right now, we’re opening the campus to essential staff only. Stay tuned for any an all updates.

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