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Castleton CORE

Castleton CORE Classes

We believe that one of the primary roles of the church is to “equip the saints for the work of the ministry, for building up the body of Christ” (Eph. 4:12). While Sunday morning worship is the most important time of equipping the body, we also think it’s important to provide additional opportunities for further growth and understanding of God and His Word.

What are CORE classes? 

CORE classes range from four to eight weeks long and function as our adult education hour. We call it the Castleton Core because we focus primarily on the core doctrines and disciplines of the Bible. These classes are designed to help all believers grow in their understanding of what Scriptures says about life and practice. These classes are offered Wednesday nights from 7 - 8:15 p.m. throughout the year.

2024 CORE Class Schedule 
Fact or Fiction: The Reliability of the Gospels
April 7   Join Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski, President of Indianapolis Theological Seminary, for a free, public discussion on whether or not we can trust the historical accounts of the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth.
Note from Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski:
"Does the Bible accurately portray Jesus' life and teachings? Or did the early Christians feel free to invent the stories of Jesus' life and his teachings? These are important questions! Join us for a presentation and discussion about the historical reliability of Jesus' earliest biographies - the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Do they contradict each other? Or do they support each other? How historically accurate are they? Do they bear the marks of eyewitness testimony or not? We will address these and other questions in an open and engaging context. All are welcome."

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