Grow in your knowledge and relationship with God


Our Bible studies seek to meet you where you are and move you forward in Biblical knowledge and in
understanding of how relationship with God shapes your thinking and actions.


Women's Studies

2 Corinthians Inductive Study


We are excited to let you know that we will be studying through the book of 2 Corinthians this fall and winter. Our inductive Bible study will include discussion groups (in person and online-only options available) to walk through observations of the passages, a weekly teaching session to help us interpret the passage even more thoroughly, and a final time of discussion and prayer as we apply the scripture to our lives. We invite you to join us! (approximately 1-2 hours of study between weekly meeting.) Visit one of the buttons below for more information and to register. WINTER REGISTRATION IS OPEN.

Precept


Join us as we embark on the study of the minor prophets Micah, Nahum, Habakuk, and Zephaniah. We offer a Monday evening and Thursday morning study. (approximately 4-5 hours of study between weekly meetings.)

Registration closes November 22nd.


Men's Studies

2 Corinthians Inductive Study


We are excited to let you know that we will be studying through the second half of 2 Corinthians this winter. Our inductive Bible study will include discussion groups (in person and online-only options available) to walk through observations of the passages, a weekly teaching session to help us interpret the passage even more thoroughly, and a final time of discussion and prayer as we apply the scripture to our lives. We invite you to join us! Visit the button below for more information and to register.

WINTER REGISTRATION IS OPEN.

Precept


Men’s Precept are studying the book of Daniel. They will meet bi-weekly on Monday nights. This consists of group discussion and large group teaching. To register, email: men@northview.org


Men's + Women's

Theology Class


Northview’s Theology Class is a 1-year course in which participants make their way through Wayne Grudem’s book Systematic Theology. Each class will be a combination of class discussion, Q & A, and pastoral instruction.

This is a class for those wanting to better understand Biblical doctrine on a variety of topics. You are welcome if you are a new believer hoping to establish a solid foundation on which to build your faith, or if you are a mature Christian wanting to be better equipped to discuss your beliefs. The pastors at Northview wish to help you expand your knowledge and understanding of God’s Word in order to equip you to lead others to saving faith in our Lord Jesus.

Each week we meet for a 1.5-hour class and each semester (Fall, Winter, Spring) we will gather as a group for a 3-hour Saturday class to cover some of the larger theological topics.

Registration is now closed.

Registration for Fall 2021 will open again in the summer of 2021.