We consider Wednesday night at Christian Life Cathedral the most important night of our week. The centerpiece of every Wednesday evening is Spiritual Formation classes at 6:30 pm.

We always offer a wide variety of classes tailored for you, wherever you might be on your walk with Jesus.

Sept 7 – Oct 5

Halftime by Bob Buford

What do you want to do with the rest of your life?
In Halftime, Buford provides encouragement and insight to propel your life on a new course to true significance–and the best years of your life. Buford focuses on this important time of transition to the second half of your life, giving you the tools you need to:

  • Take stock of your successes and accomplishments thus far
  • Redefine significance and what it means to you
  • Identify your personal goals
  • Develop a mission for serving God in the second half of your life

Facilitator: Pastor Steve Dixon

Location: Room 206

Strong in Battle by Susie Larson

What you believe determines how well you’ll fight. Your understanding of who God is and who you are in His Kingdom makes all the difference when the enemy attacks, whether he’s coming after your health, your finances, your relationships, or anything else. And though it sometimes seems like the enemy is winning the day, God Himself will have the final word.

Strong in Battle is about how to gain victory in your hardships and overcome obstacles you face in this life. God is training your hands for battle and your dependence on Him is your superpower, leading to better discernment and more power, wisdom, and authority. Intimacy with God will lead to love overcoming fear, which will help you fight with more courage, joy, and strength.

The battle is real; you’re not imagining it. And this book’s practical battle strategies will help you arise victorious with a stronger sense of who you are and what you possess through Jesus Christ. So fear not–you’re on the winning side.

Facilitator: Rachel Collins

Location: Room 206-D


The theme of Paul’s letter is the power of the gospel to transform individual lives and human relationships. Onesimus had experienced that transforming power in his life; Paul, therefore, urged his friend Philemon to form a new relationship with Onesimus, his runaway slave. This powerful letter, written while Paul is imprisoned, is one of restoration and forgiveness.

Facilitator: Pastor Christopher Dixon

Location: Room 206-C