Current Classes

Classes and courses are designed to engage the head, heart, and hands while helping participants grow in their relationship with Jesus and others. We usually offer a small handful of courses lasting 4 – 9 weeks each fall, winter, and spring on a wide range of subjects. 

Prayers in the Bible

Sundays Sept 10th through November 12th at 9am in Common Grounds

Studying the Prayers of the Bible can be a rewarding and uplifting experience. The recorded prayers and the answers God gives are an encouragement to us as we pursue our relationship with the Lord.

The goals for this class are to:

  • Increase the faith of the participants.
  • Learn tips, strategies, and “best practices” for prayer.
  • Learn “worst practices” to avoid.
  • Gain a greater appreciation of the ancient Biblical world.
  • Increase our vision of God and of how He works in our lives. What is His priority in our relationship with Him?

We do this by examining the background of each vignette from the Bible; studying the character of the people involved; and looking for keys and principles to successful prayers. Bring your Bible and a notepad! Childcare provided.

Interested in childcare for older ages?

Anglican Essentials - Part Two

Sundays April 16, 23, 30, and May 7 at 9 AM | Reception Office

Anglican Essentials (part two), taught by Dr. Paul Julienne, provides a continued four-week survey of Anglican history, core beliefs, liturgy and worship. This course is designed for newcomers to Truro Church, persons new to Anglican worship, and to anyone wishing to refresh their knowledge of what it means to be Anglican. You do not need to have taken part one to benefit from this course!

Missions Course

Sundays April 16, 23, 30, and May 7 at 9 AM | Church Office (Room 10)

Across the Street, Around the World: Gain a better understanding of God’s missionary heart for all peoples and explore ways you can be involved in reaching the neighborhood and nations. (Taught by Alan MacDonald, in Room 10)

Bible Study

Tuesdays @ 7:30 PM

Listening for Heaven’s Sake: In this ten-week class, we will rely on biblical insight, practical exercises, humorous skits, and hands-on coaching to begin to recognize and break eight bad habits that contribute to unhealthy communications. Listening teaches what it means to show warmth, empathy and respect. Learn essential skills every Christ-follower needs to be truly effective in everyday life and in the most demanding of ministries. Register below.