Catalyst Classes

Catalyst is a four-class series that begins with Catalyst 101 and ends with Catalyst 302. We offer Catalyst 101 every fall. The other three classes are offered on a rotating basis in the winter and spring. These classes are great opportunities to grow in community at LSQ as well as in your knowledge of the Bible and theology.

Catalyst 101 | Catalyst 201 | Catalyst 301

Catalyst 101: Heart, Community, World

Class Information

Catalyst 101 is an eight-week class that takes place each fall from September through November. It's led by Michael, Joe and Chuck and is designed for those, who are new to our church, to grow in community and discuss the gospel and how it's lived out in all of life. Furthermore, this class has also been the catalyst for new Community Groups; so if you're not currently in a CG, this is a great way to plug in and then consider joining one when the class wraps.

By participating in Catalyst 101, you will:

  1. Meet others in the Redeemer LSQ community and get to know our pastors
  2. Engage with Redeemer’s theology of ministry
  3. Innovate ways to serve your neighbors in New York City

The Fall 2019 class began on Monday, September 23. The class is now closed, but we'll be offering it again in Fall 2020.

Catalyst 201: Spiritual Disciplines & Practices

Class Information

Catalyst 201 is an eight-week series led by Rev. Michael Keller. It's designed to follow Catalyst 101 and has a focus on spiritual practices. Over the course of eight weeks, you will explore various spiritual disciplines and how to practically apply them in your own life.

The next Catalyst 201 class will begin on January 6, 2020. More details will be shared soon; but if you have any questions in the meantime, please email [email protected].

Catalyst 301: Introduction of Theology

Class Information

Catalyst 301 is a new, eight-week series led by Michael, Joe and Chuck that will begin on Monday, April 29. While previous participation in Catalyst 101 and 201 are not required, this class will build on elements discussed in those series. Note, however, that we will be launching Catalyst 302 in Spring 2020, which will have Catalyst 301 as a prerequisite.

The next Catalyst 301 class will take place in Spring 2021. Questions? Please email [email protected].