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.

Current Studies

The Apocalypse of Jesus

A Summer Study on Revelation | May 15 - Aug. 14

Northview Mission | Wednesday Bi-Weekly 6:30-8:00pm

*Last two studies will fall on back to back weeks (August 7 & 14)

The last book in our Bibles is an important one for the Christian because it helps us see God, our crazy world and His Church in the proper perspective. In fact, this is what Revelation is all about, seeing Jesus for who He truly is, the worthy one who reigns victorious!
Join us bi-weekly throughout the summer at the Mission Campus, as we work through the book of Revelation in order to help us see Jesus correctly so that our fears can be settled and hope for the future restored. “Worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and wealth and wisdom and might and honor and glory and blessing!”

No registration is required, and no childcare will be provided.

Upcoming Studies


Northview Mission | Mondays 7pm-8:30pm | Sept 9- Nov 25

Both Men’s and Women’s Studies Available

After 40 long years of wandering in the wilderness, the next generation of Israelites are positioned at the border of their promised land, and directed to go in!  Will this new generation, under a new leader, follow God more wholeheartedly than their parents? Join us in our Fall and Winter study of Joshua to find out!

Register below!

Romans | Women's Precept Study

Northview Mission | Wednesdays 9:30-11:00am | Sept 11- Nov 27

The rich theological foundations of our faith are found within the words Paul wrote to the Romans, so many centuries ago. But, we will see that they are so relevant to our walk with Christ today! We will take a slow dive into the depths of the treasures of this letter, beginning with part (chapters 1-5) and followed up with part 2 (chapters 6-8) in the new year. We will prayerfully ask for an understanding of righteousness, justification, sanctification, and more!

You can approach the study in two versions: ESV or NASB. You can also choose which way to study based on your time allowance. The In and Out approach requires about 3 hours of homework per week, and the Precept Upon Precept approach requires about 5 hours of homework per week.

We hope you’ll join us, register below!