Elective Courses

Our Bible study electives give you the opportunity to dig deeper into God's Word. Whether you're a new believer, a long-time follower of Christ, or just curious to learn more, join us!

Check out the courses below — walk-ins are welcome! Just sign in at your class.

Calvary Membership Course
Room 232 | Pastor John Munro
This six-session class is required for all everyone considering membership at Calvary. It provides a general overview of the doctrine, practices, history, and vision of Calvary. Please preregister and bring your Bible!

Spring session: March 8 – April 12

Becoming Ambassadors in your Workplace & Community
Room 233 | Sibu Rajappan
Discover what representing Jesus means and what it takes to become ambassadors of Christ.

Designed to be His Instruments (Part 1)
Room 402 | Pastor Jim Pile
This course will focus on the basics of biblical counseling and its correlation with discipleship.

Eternal Impact from the Scope of Acts
Room 222 | Pastor Jorge Prado & Brian Cooper
This class will focus on how the Church is expected to be the transforming power in the world.

Financial Peace University
Room 242 | Rhondale & Deborah Haywood
Join us as we explore what God has to say about money and stewardship. This class follows Dave Ramsey's biblically-based DVD curriculum with small group discussion.

Finding God in the Midst of Illness, Suffering, and Death
Room 226 | Pastor Nathaniel Pearce
Through a study of the theology of illness, suffering, and death, this class will offer hope, comfort, and practical ways to prepare for these eventualities of life, and how to support others.

Giants of the Christian Faith: Their Lives and Contribution
Banquet Room | Pastor Rodney Navey
This class will study the life, theology, and contributions of a select group of “giants of the faith” including Polycarp, Augustine, Calvin, Luther, Edwards, Wilberforce, Whitfield, Bonhoeffer, Mears, Elliott, Bright, and Graham.

Pauline Epistles
Room 227 | Bill Ogden
El propósito de nuestro estudio de las Epístolas Pastorales, es ayudarnos a alcanzar la madurez espíritual y equiparnos para las buenas obras que Dios ya ha preparado para que las hagamos.

The Pentateuch 
Room 238 | Doug Goforth & Rob Reece
This course highlights the major themes in the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Bible) and explores their relevance to believers today.

Promises of God: How to Understand and Apply Them (Women)
Room 231 | Mary Ann Baker
This study examines select promises of God. We will see what those promises mean as His unrelenting commitment to us is revealed.

Single and Parenting
Conference Room A, 4th Floor | Debbie Bordwine & Greg Goodlett
This course addresses unique problems that single parents face. Topics will include tight budgets, parental visits, time for yourself, spiritual encouragement, dating, and your job as a solo parent. Free childcare is available.

Teaching and Leading Others (Men)
Room 234 | Bill Bailey
This class will focus on training men to be effective teachers of God’s Word in ALGs, small group Bible studies, and in one-on-one discipleship in the home and workplace.

Wednesday Evening Prayer
Prayer Room (3rd Floor) | Paul Hundrieser
Gather with us to pray for our church, our community, our nation, and our world. We meet continually throughout the year.

Questions about Bible study electives?
Contact: Pastor Nathaniel Pearce, 704.341.5424, npearce@calvarychurch.com
Debbie Bordwine, dbordwine@calvarychurch.com