Spring Classes

Joshua through Ruth 

Fellowship Hall West

Deryck Barson, facilitator

This class traces the conquest of Canaan by the Israelites under the leadership of Joshua, a reclamation of the land first promised to Abraham and possessed by Jacob and his household (prior to their Egyptian captivity). After the leadership of Joshua, the people of Israel spiral downward during the period of the judges through cycles of sin, judgement, repentance, and salvation, until Israel cries out for a king to rule over them. This study looks at how this portion of Scripture is actually Christian literature, points to Christ, and is a word of encouragement to the church.


Christian Biography

1710 Spruce, 1 Rear (large conference room)

George McFarland, facilitator 

We all need encouragement to lead lives that honor and please our Lord. When our faith is weak or the pressures of the world seem overwhelming, remembering the great men and women of the past (Hebrews 11:39–40) can be used by the Holy Spirit to help us grow in our love and commitment to our Savior. This study is designed to encourage further reading of the men and women studied. Biographies this quarter will include Matthew Henry, Amy Carmichael, D.L. Moody, John Wesley, among others.


Membership Class

1710 Spruce Street, 1 Middle (small conference room)

Melissa Frederick, coordinator

If you want to explore membership, please see our membership class page and sign up.


Tenth College Fellowship (9:30 AM)

1710 Spruce Street, 2 Middle (large classroom)

Jared Cochrum, teacher

All college-age people (ages 18–22) are invited to join TCF for this study of the book of Galatians.


Tenth Women

1710 Spruce, 1 Front

Earline Schmid, facilitator

Tenth women will be studying the book Identity Theft by Melissa Kruger. From the perspective of several authors, we will examine the problem of identity theft or exposing our false notions of identity, examining Scripture to understand the biblical truth of our identity in Christ and reflecting on applications in living our new (and true) identity.


Men’s Fellowship

1710 Spruce, Basement

Bob Kempf, facilitator

The class will study the Puritan Thomas Watson's book, The Godly Man's Picture. "Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord? He who has clean hands and pure heart" (Psalm 24:3–4). Watson said, "Godliness consists in an exact harmony between holy principles and practices." Join us for our discussion and prayer..


English as a Second Language Bible Class (9:30)

1710 Spruce Street, 2 Rear

Luanne Wainwright, teacher

This class helps those who want to improve their English skills while also learning about Christianity. The class includes a conversational English and grammar lesson along with studies from Genesis and Psalms.


Preparation for Marriage

1701 Delancey Street, 3 East

Carroll Wynne, facilitator

This class provides a biblical, Christian perspective on key issues for couples who are considering marriage. Interested couples must pre-register as there is a fee to cover the cost of materials. This course is required before being married at Tenth. Please see our preparation for marriage page and register.


Class for Newly-Married Couples

Beasley home (off site); contact Gavin for location.

Steve Forde, teacher

This class is designed for couples who have been married 5 years or less. The focus is twofold: we want to see relationships develop among those in this season of life, and we want to look specifically at what God’s Word has to say about our marriages.


Business Network (second Sundays at 9 AM)

1716 Spruce St, 2nd Floor

Bob Hormann, coordinator

Join them as they discuss how to glorify the Lord in the business workplace.