Classes

We offer a wide variety of classes to help people live healthier, vibrant, and God-honoring lives. Our classes address different aspects of life such as premarital counseling, marriage and relationship enrichment, family support, financial planning and education, and spiritual formation. Classes rotate throughout the course of the year and new topics are developed and offered on a regular basis. Qualified professionals who offer great knowledge and insight regarding the class topic teach all classes. See below to learn more about each individual class currently being offered and to register.

Vows Premarital

Spring 2022 – Registration Open

Marriage is a gift from God given to us so that we might experience the joys of unconditional love with a lifelong partner.  God designed marriage to be the most intimate and holy earthly relationship between a husband and wife.  Our Vows Premarital Class was created to help engaged or dating couples learn more about the marriage relationship and implement effective practices that foster healthy, Christ-centered relationships.  Each week, the class will be taught by different professional counselors who specialize in that week’s topic.  The class topics include: a biblical foundation for marriage, communication, conflict resolution, family of origin, sexual intimacy, marital expectations and relationship roles.

  • Dates: Sundays, February 20th—March 27th
  • Time: 5:00-7:00pm
  • Duration: 6 weeks
  • Location: Littleton Campus, Main Auditorium  (9136 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton 80123)
  • Cost: $300/couple (Includes six premarital classes, two couples counseling sessions with a licensed counselor, resources, class materials, and an online assessment)
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Chris Jindra — [email protected]

Heroes of the Old Testament

Spring 2022 – Registration Open

For nearly 4,000 years, men and women believed in God and looked forward to the day that He would redeem the world. People trusted God in the midst of their circumstances, to overcome their enemies, and to see God do amazing things.  These Heroes of the Old Testament are more than just figures in the history of the world, but rather people who lived, moved and had their being in a God who uses the least likely to accomplish His design to bring us to Jesus. Come explore, learn and understand the cultural and theological significance of ten of the most significant people in Scripture; from Noah to the Patriarchs, to Joseph, Moses, Ruth, David, Solomon and Elijah. As you participate in this class, we believe that your relationship with Christ will grow as your faith is strengthened and your understanding of Scripture increases. 

  • Dates: Tuesdays, January 25th—March 8th
  • Time: 6:15-7:30pm
  • Duration: 7 weeks
  • Location: Park Meadows Campus, Kid’s Room K-3rd Grade (9995 Park Meadows Dr. Lone Tree 80124)
  • Cost: $25 per person
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Lars Nielsen — [email protected] 

Financial Peace University

Spring 2022 – Registration Open

Financial Peace University was created by Dave Ramsey, a New York Times bestselling author and successful financial adviser.  FPU has helped people worldwide to understand the forces behind their financial distress and how to set things right-financially, emotionally, and spiritually.  Red Rocks Church has been offering this class for many years.  It has drastically helped people understand and gain control of their financial situation. Class topics will include Super Saving, Relating With Money, Cash Flow Planning, Dumping Debt, Understanding Credit Bureaus and Collection Practices, Buying Decisions, The Role of Insurance, How to Buy Bargains, Understanding Investments, Planning for Retirement and College, Careers and Extra Jobs, Real Estate and Mortgages, and Unleashing the Power of Generous Giving.

  • Dates: Mondays, March 7th—May 9th
  • Time: 6:30-8:30pm
  • Duration: 9 weeks (No class Jefferson County spring break March 21st)
  • Location: Littleton Campus, Upstairs Overflow Room  (9136 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton 80123)
  • Cost: $120 includes resource kit and 1-year subscription to Dave Ramsey’s Online Resources (If registering as a couple, only one resource kit is needed)
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Doug Pardieck — [email protected]

 Thrive: Women in the Word

Morning or Evening Groups Available

Spring 2022 – Registration Open

Thrive is a gathering of women from all walks of life who seek to study God’s Word together. It’s our desire to constantly grow in our knowledge and understanding of God through exploring different biblically-based studies. Our newest study will be “All Things New” by Kelly Minter.

The city of ancient Corinth was much like our own modern-day cities: a melting pot of electrifying cultural experiences to be had, along with the myriad pitfalls of spiritual depravity. Still, Paul wrote to the Church of God in Corinth – meaning God’s Church was is meant to thrive in any city and every circumstance in which we find ourselves. Paul’s letter is as timely as ever. As Kelly leads you through the Letter of 2 Corinthians, you will explore the anchoring truths of being treasures in jars of clay, meeting Christ through a pressing thorn, opening wide your heart in the midst of hurtful relationships, and examining what it means to embrace the lost and lonely as ministers of the new covenant. Each of us has a message to proclaim and live by: Because of Jesus the old has gone, the new has come.

  • Dates: Thursdays, Jan. 13th—April 28th
  • Time: Mornings 9:00-11:15 am (Arvada Campus) or Evenings 6:30-8:30 pm (Arvada Campuses)
  • Duration: 15 weeks (Groups NOT meeting the week of Jefferson County’s Spring Break — March 24)
  • Location: Arvada Campus (7100 Wadsworth Blvd. Arvada, 80003)
  • Cost: $35/person
  • Childcare: Thursday Mornings at Arvada Campus ONLY
  • Contact: Judy Curtis — [email protected]

Park Meadows Women’s Bible Study

In-person or Online Groups Available

Spring 2022 – Registration Open

The Park Meadows Women’s Bible Study is for women of all ages who desire to know and be transformed by God’s Word. Whether you are just beginning your journey of following Jesus, or you’ve been a follower for many years, our gatherings intentionally help you dig deeper into God’s Word while building relationships and strong community. 

Our next study will be “20/20—Seen. Chosen. Sent by Christine Caine. In this 7-session study, you will develop a renewed understanding of how God truly sees you and has chosen you to help make Jesus known on this planet. Through her own life lessons and biblical teaching, Christine will challenge you to share the story of how God’s love has transformed your life right where you are.  

  • Dates: Thursdays, Feb. 3rd—March 31st
  • Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
  • Duration: 8 weeks (Groups NOT meeting during Douglas County’s Spring Break — March 17)
  • Location: Park Meadows Campus (9995 Park Meadows Dr. Lone Tree, 80124) | Also available as an online group  
  • Cost: $30/person (in-person group) | Online Group — free to register. Online participants are responsible for supplying their own book.
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Lori Sill — [email protected]

The Joy-Filled Relationship

Spring 2022 – Registration Open

We were all designed to find fulfillment within our relationships; however, that does not take place without challenges. Why is it that we sometimes feel more connected than other times in our relationships? Perhaps you find it easy and exciting to spend time with your loved ones—or perhaps, especially when things do not go according to plan, you feel incapable of connecting or communicating with them. You then feel distant from those you love most. What if the answer to remaining connected in your relationships has been right under your nose—or, rather, right inside your head all along? Discover the simple switch in your brain that activates—or deactivates—what you most need for relational connectivity: joy. In this class, you will learn how the simple flip of this brain switch either enables you to remain present for those around you or causes you to become overwhelmed—and ultimately inhibited from being your best self when challenges arise. You’ll also learn how to maximize your relational brain, how to recognize when your brain’s joy switch is flipped, and how to take steps to restore your relational connectivity. Whether you are married or wanting to deepen your relationships with others, the Joy-Filled Relationship class seeks to help you love others and remain fully connected with yourself, while being the best version of who God made you to be.

  • Dates: Sundays, March 13th—April 3rd
  • Time: 3:00-5:00pm
  • Duration: 4 weeks
  • Location: Littleton Campus, Upstairs Overflow Room  (9136 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton 80123)
  • Cost: $60 per couple
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Chris Jindra — [email protected]

Jesus, Atheism, and the Case for Christianity

Spring 2022 – Registration Open 

“Honor the Messiah as Lord in your hearts. Always be ready to give a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you. However, do this with gentleness and respect.” (1 Peter 3:15-16a) As Christians, the challenges to our faith are fired at many angles by a skeptical world. If we are honest, we can even face these struggles within our own hearts. The questions are hard, and they are many: How do I really know God exists and cares about me? Is the God of the Old Testament the same as the God of New Testament? How can we know for sure that the Bible is God’s actual word and can be trusted? How could all the other religions be wrong, don’t they have some truth also? What do they think about Jesus? Does the Bible and science disagree? Did God create us or did we evolve? What is God doing about all the evil and suffering in the world? These questions are daunting, but don’t be discouraged. Your Christian faith holds the key to these answers. By the end of this class, you will be empowered in your own belief and in your engagement with a skeptical world.

  • Dates: Mondays, April 4th—May 23rd
  • Time: 7:00-8:30pm
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Location: Lakewood Campus, 4th-5th Grade Room (5810 W. Alameda Ave. Lakewood 80226)
  • Cost: $25 per person
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Daniel Faris — [email protected]

Jesus, Atheism, and Other World Religions

Registration Opening Soon 

How we see God, and Jesus, determines everything about how we see the world, ourselves, and what will satisfy the deepest longing of our hearts. What do other world religions believe, and why is Christianity THE truth? Interestingly enough, many atheists in Western culture have come from a Christian background. Hindus, Buddhists, and those of the New Age Movement set Jesus Christ on the same level as their other spiritual teachers. Jews think Jesus was a misguided teacher. Muslims honor Him as prophet, but not as savior or divine. Both Mormons and Jehovah’s Witnesses preach Jesus as a created being, not God almighty in the flesh. On the other hand, is Christianity narrow minded, or exceptionally true among all these other voices? How do we understand those who believe differently than we do, and how can we show them the truth, in love, that the real Jesus Christ is who we’re all searching for? The goal of this class is to empower Christians in their own faith and in engaging with those of other world views.

  • Dates: Mondays, April 5th—May 24th
  • Time: 7:00-8:30pm
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Location: Lakewood Campus, Kid’s Area (5810 W Alameda Ave, Lakewood 80226)
  • Cost: $30 per person
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Daniel Faris — [email protected]

The Jesus We Never Knew

Understanding Christ Through Biblical Culture

Registration Opening Soon 

Our 21st century American culture is extraordinarily different from the culture in which Jesus lived.  So many treasures of the life of Jesus either go unnoticed or are misinterpreted simply because we’re unaware of the Jewish and pagan cultural context in which Jesus lived out His mission. Even our English translations of the Bible can cause us to miss the richness and fullness of the Scriptures. The goal of this class is to make the Gospels come alive to you by discovering what the many storylines and events meant within the intriguing culture of these ancient people. If you begin to unearth these hidden treasures, you’ll gain priceless insights into the heart of Jesus and have a new-found motivation for reading God’s word and living changed heart.

  • Dates: Tuesdays, April 6th—May 25th
  • Time: 7:00-8:30pm
  • Duration: 8 weeks
  • Location: Lakewood Campus, Kid’s Area (5810 W Alameda Ave, Lakewood 80226)
  • Cost: $30 per person
  • Childcare: No
  • Contact: Daniel Faris — [email protected]