Spring Hills University seeks to fulfill our vision of building generations for Jesus Christ through classes designed to help you grow spiritually, to discover your God-given gifts, to develop you as a leader, and to help you build a strong family and leave a legacy.
Choose classes from four different areas…
- These classes focus on essentials to developing your faith like Scripture, prayer, and other spiritual habits. Our Connections Class for membership and our Christian Foundations Class for people new to the Christian faith are also offered under Essentials.
- These classes focus on learning your strengths and where to serve, developing leadership skills, and ministering to others.
- These classes offer in-depth study on books of the Bible, apologetics, and other areas of spiritual growth.
- This series of classes focus on developing skills in the areas of marriage, finances, parenting, and family support to build strong homes and leave a legacy.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
When do classes occur?
Classes are offered in the fall and spring. Classes take place on different days and vary in length from one session to nine sessions to work better with your schedule and to allow you to participate in one or more classes.
How much do classes cost?
There are no tuition fees, and most classes are free. A few courses do require books and money is required to purchase the book. See details for each class by downloading the catalogue below. Simply pay for a class requiring a book when you register online or at the first class. (A limited number of scholarship are available to help cover book expenses. Contact Pastor Tevis at .
Is childcare available?
Childcare is provided for most classes. Details are included with each class. You may register for childcare when you sign up for each class. If childcare is not provided, contact Brittany Pound at at least two weeks before the class begins to learn about possible assistance.
How do I register?
Simply click on the registration button below when classes are available. Register at least one week prior to the day a class begins.