Equipping Classes

Equipping Classes are designed to help you learn and grow alongside others at Scarlet City Church.

Upcoming Classes

We offer Equipping Classes several times throughout the year. Each offering will include classes that are biblical, cultural, and personal in nature. Equipping Classes are taught by Scarlet City elders, staff, and other gifted teachers.

Scarlet City DNA

Whether you’re looking to make Scarlet City Church your home or simply wanting to learn more about us, Scarlet City DNA is a great next step. We’ll walk through the mission, vision, and core values that make us who we are, as well as discuss what these look like practically in the life of the church. This is class is necessary for those wanting to become a member, but is open to anyone who wants to learn more about who we are and what it means to be the church at Scarlet City.

 

The first four Tuesdays in March from 7-8:30pm.

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Leader Lab

Depression and Mental Health

Please join us for dinner and a conversation about depression and mental health: how to love and care for ourselves and/or those around us who experience depression. Our time will be lead by Amanda Hullinger, LPC. Amanda is a counselor who works at Cornerstone Family Services.

 

Friday, March 13 from 6-8pm.

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COPE Poverty Simulation

Answer Poverty, in collaboration with City Campus Church, Sanctuary Church, and Scarlet City Church invites you to The Cost of Poverty Experience (COPE) Poverty Simulation. It is a dynamic shared learning experience that offers a glimpse into the lives of families and individuals living in poverty in our community. The cost is $30 and The Pit Food Truck will be on site for lunch. Registration is limited to 75 people.

It will take place at City Campus Church (located in Graham Elementary and Middle School Building) 140 East 16th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43201.

 

Saturday, March 14 from 9am-12:30pm

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Conversation with Somali Neighbors

We have an opportunity to meet with a group of our Somali neighbors and listen to their stories. This simple act of meeting and listening can communicate that, as followers of Jesus, we love our neighbors. It will be at the Somali Community Association on Cleveland Ave. Join us!

 

Saturday, April 4 from 10:45am-12:30pm

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