Our Sunday School hour is from 9:45 am to 10:45 am every Sunday morning. Class offerings are updated every trimester. Current classes are listed below.
Adult Sunday School: December 3rd - February 25th
The Minor Prophets
The Minor Prophets dramatize the character of God as few other books in the Bible do. According to noted expositor James Montgomery Boice, they particularly highlight three aspects of God’s character: his sovereignty, his holiness, and his love. The messages of the Minor Prophets and their pertinent application for our lives should not be dismissed.
Teacher: Kelly Dunn
Room: Reception Room
The Women’s Class: The Beginning of Genesis
Genesis contains some of the most beautiful and well-known stories in Scripture. These stories outline the foundation of God’s relationship with humanity and his amazing plan for our salvation. This book also reveals a lot about human nature as well as the nature of God. Throughout this book we see a loving and merciful God who is also just and holy. In this session we will study and discuss these attributes of God and the beautiful beginning of His story in chapters 1-11 of Genesis.
Teacher: Laura Cooper
The Men’s Class: Following Christ
In the Men’s Class this semester, in addition to joining together to pray for each other, we will have a discussion based class around several difficult passages of scripture focused on what it means to follow Christ. Men of all ages are welcome to join us for this time where we share and learn together.
Teacher: Tim Eckerley
The Men’s Class is a fellowship of men devoted to praying for one another and journeying together as we strive to live out biblically based authentic manhood.
During the Sunday School hour, we will gather to talk to the Lord. There will be a short lesson or scripture reading, then we will pray for what anyone would like to bring. Whether you pray out loud or to yourself, you will find others who believe that praying together and praying regularly are important.
Teacher: Mark Lancaster
Colossians & Philippians
These two “prison Epistles” contain much that was useful for the believers in these two churches as well as for us today. Paul warns us about false teachers spreading the error of syncretism (which the modern church still struggles with) while exhorting us to remain grounded in the truth. He wants to encourage us and lead us in rejoicing over the great salvation we have in Christ. Please join us as the Apostle instructs and strengthens us in our Christian walk.
Teacher: Mike Brink, Matt Martinie
Room: Fellowship Hall
Abide: A Ministry for Young(ish) Adults
Room: Ministry Center Lobby