Course Descriptions

Fall 2022

Perfect Love: the Writings of John

A deep dive into the gospel and letters of John, known as the "beloved disciple" of Jesus Christ, with particular focus on how people then and now experience the perfect love of the Savior.

Mon/Wed 12:30pm

Tue/Thu 12:30pm

Answering My Gospel Questions

This course provides an opportunity for students to ask sincere gospel-related questions and learn principles to find relevant sources, answers, and explanations of gospel topics. The course is designed to provide honest and edifying discussions about topics they select while learning to use the Church Newsroom, Life Help section of Gospel Library app, and Gospel Topics Essays to address their questions.

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Mon/Wed 1:30pm

Thurs. evening 7pm

Saints, vol. I:

Latter-day Saint History 1815-1846

“Saints, Volume 1” is a narrative history book or story of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, beginning with key events leading up to the organization of the Church in 1830 and concluding with the dedication of the Nauvoo Temple in 1846. As the primary text for this class, students will read “Saints, Volume 1” and then engage in class discussions regarding the doctrines and principles learned from the stories of early Church history.

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Mon/Wed 10am

Mon/Wed 11am

Tue/Thu 2pm

Teachings of Russell M. Nelson

The objective of this course is to help students learn of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and become more like Them by studying and acting on the teachings of President Russell M. Nelson.

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Mon/Wed 8am

Mon/Wed 9am


The Divine Gift of Forgiveness

This course is intended to help students feel God’s love and come closer to their Savior Jesus Christ through a deeper understanding of repentance and His gift of forgiveness. Students will be able to explain what repentance is, why they should repent, and how to repent; identify barriers to repentance and forgiveness and how to overcome them; recognize how, and from whom, forgiveness of sin comes; feel increased faith and trust in Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and have a greater desire to repent; and answer questions about repentance and forgiveness by turning to the words of scripture and the prophets.

All students who attend will receive a free copy of Elder Neil L. Andersen's book.

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Tue/Thu 9:30am

Tue/Thu 11am

Tues. evening 7pm

Foundations of the Restoration

In this course students will study key revelations, doctrine, people, and events related to the Restoration of the Church of Jesus Christ. As they do so, they will build upon their previous sequential and topical gospel study experiences. This course will provide the doctrinal foundation and historical context needed to gain an accurate understanding of Church doctrine and history. Students will study the scriptures, doctrine, and Church history in ways that relate to their lives and circumstances.

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Tue/Thu 9:30am

Tue/Thu 11am

Tue/Thu 12:30pm

Teachings and Doctrine of the Book of Mormon

This course focuses on doctrine and themes found throughout the writings, teachings, and sermons of the Book of Mormon. Emphasis is given to prophetic witnesses of Heavenly Father and His Son, Jesus Christ.

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Mon./Wed. 9am

Mon./Wed. 10am

Jesus Christ and the Everlasting Gospel

A study of the roles, ministry, and teachings of Jesus Christ from pre-mortality to the second coming, the doctrine of His Atonement, and Heavenly Father’s plan for his children.

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Mon/Wed 10am

Mon/Wed 11am

The Eternal Family

This course is centered on the doctrine of the family and the central role families play in Heavenly Father’s plan of salvation. Course content is based on “The Family: A Proclamation to the World,” other teachings of latter-day prophets, and the scriptures.

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Tue/Thu 9:30am

Tue/Thu 11am

Tue/Thu 12:30pm

Tue/Thu 2pm

Come Follow Me - Old Testament (Kings - Malachi)

An in-depth study of the Old Testament, its men and women, and their powerful stories, and how they all relate to the life of a Latter-day Saint today. This course matches the Church's "Come, Follow Me" study schedule.

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Tue/Thu 11am

Tue/Thu 12:30pm

Tue/Thu 2pm

Tuesday evening, 7pm

Women in the Scriptures

A study of the background, teachings, and principles learned from the stories and words of the women in the scriptures. From Eve to Emma Smith, the women in the scriptures give us a unique perspective on living the gospel of Jesus Christ, enduring trials in faith, and experiencing the joy of the Lord.

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Mon/Wed 1:30pm

Tue/Thu 8am

“As we teach our young people to love the Savior Jesus Christ, they will become true disciples of the Master. This process will prepare them to become loyal, loving husbands and fathers, wives and mothers—leaders of eternal families. The temples will become a natural and important part of their lives. They will become missionaries, serving the Lord on missions as young adults and later as mature couples. … As we strengthen our youth by pointing them to Christ, we also strengthen families and the Church.”

(Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “A Teacher of God’s Children” [an evening with President Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Jan. 28, 2011], 3)