Slavic Bible School

English services on Thursdays, Slavic Bible School on Mondays, worship group, audio, video, media, and leadership teams are departments of Bible School ministries that all together preparing new leaders, preachers and different variety of God’s workers for Slavic Christian Center church . These departments and ministries, equip people to do the will of the Lord: “May the God of peace… equip you with everything good for doing his will“ (Hebrew 13:21).


Bible School worship group retreat

Bible School equips men and women with theological education, under the authority of Scripture, by the guidance of the Holy Spirit, so that they may be mature and devout followers of Jesus, serving in Slavic Christian Center, for the glory of God.

 The Bible School team announces student enrollment for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Classes will take place in the South hall, September 9, 2019 through May 11, 2020, every Monday, from 7 PM to 9 PM, with a 15-minute snack and coffee breaks at 8 PM. There will be a Christmas break December 9, 16, 23 and 30.  No fall and spring breaks.

Those who have been attending classes last year, as well as new students 14 years old and up are invited. Those who are not 14 yet have the chance to be enrolled only after a special interview with administration if you will meet certain criteria.

The length of the course is 4 years. This course is designed for leaders of our church and those who want to be involved in the church ministry in the future.

There is no tuition fee, as the teachers are our church members, and no one out of administration and support team recieves a compensation. 


This year Bible School celebrated its 17th anniversary of ministry. Based on to its own 17 years of experience as well as on the Slavic University of Washington education program, Bible School realized the importance of working with three segments of student life:

1. Education

The school administration uses very strict criteria when selecting teachers for lectures. Teachers are not supposed to teach doctrines and practices that are considered false by our church. We invite only godly instructors, those whom we know as knowledgeable and honest teachers that love God and our church. We expect teachers to show students how to love our church and to serve God in it.

2. Practice in real ministries

The school provides students with spiritual practical work in our church. Students are offered opportunities to lead Bible School services on Thursdays, and lead Bible study groups on Fridays. This way graduates becomes leaders and ministers with an experience of working with people in our Slavic culture and capable of working in departments of our own church.

3. Relationship with God

The most important for every one of us is not even biblical education, skills or practice in working with people, but staying away from bad deeds and knowing God personally. Bible School schedules prayers, evenings of worship, camps, retreats and other events where young people turn to God from their sins, receiving the Holy Spirit, making decisions to become members of our church, and continuing walking with God. Those who experience God’s presence in our church and whose faith in God is stronger than the trust in preachers spreading false doctrines around us do not have the tendency to run around looking for other churches; they serve God in our church. When our new generation is walking in the presence of God, they know that evolution is a wrong theory and never doubt that God created the world. “Neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God” (Rom 8:39).