what is cycle of roots (cor)?

COR is an annual set of courses designed to grow and deepen our roots in Jesus. The heart of Jesus’ teaching is loving God with all that we are, and loving our neighbors as ourselves

(Matthew 22:37-39).

We passionately believe that COR provides the foundational tools necessary to accelerate one’s growth in loving God and loving their neighbors well.

current class

THE ART OF NEIGHBORING

Thursdays from 7-9pm 

EMOTIONALLY HEALTHY SPIRITUALITY

FALL

In Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, we will learn how to slow down and develop a deep personal relationship with Jesus.

LIVING SCRIPTURE

EARLY WINTER

In Living Scripture we will learn how to read, understand, and apply the Bible to our everyday lives. 

EMOTIONALLY HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

LATE WINTER

In Emotionally Healthy Relationships, we will be equipped with practical relational skills enabling us to love others as Jesus did.

THE ART OF NEIGHBORING

SPRING

In The Art of Neighboringwe will be provided with practical tips and tools on learning how to love our actual neighbors.

Registration opens MARCH 20

FAQ’S

Do I Have to Go Through All the Courses in One Year?

The short answer is no! Just as our formation in Christ is not linear, neither is COR. In fact, we chose the word “cycle” intentionally, as COR is designed for you to jump in and out as you have availability. While you can go through the courses in order, you can also jump in anytime and finish anytime. Since these courses will be offered on an annual basis, our desire is simply to see everyone who calls RedOaks home complete all four courses.

 

Who is COR for?

Everyone! Whether you’ve followed Jesus your entire life, or are just beginning your walk with Him, COR is for you and offers tremendous growth opportunities for everyone. When you complete COR, there will be COR Electives offered regularly so you can keep growing.

 

Is there a cost to COR?

It is free to go through COR. While each course requires you to purchase one or more books, we will never let cost be a barrier, so we offer scholarships for book costs when necessary.