Sunday School

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: March 3rd - May 26th

Spark: An Examination of the Christian Worldview

Teacher: Barry Cooper

Room: 220

Dive into the heart of the Christian faith to unlock the mysteries of the Christian worldview. From the nature of God to the life-changing teachings of Jesus Christ, this journey offers a deep dive into the core beliefs, ethical principles, and transformative practices that define Christianity. Engage with the rich narrative of the Bible, understand the power of faith in action, and explore how Christian values shape lives and communities. Whether you’re a seeker curious about Christianity, a new believer eager to lay strong foundations, or a long-standing follower looking to deepen your faith, our course is designed to welcome you into a comprehensive exploration of the Christian worldview, inviting you on a transformative journey of discovery and growth. Join us for an enlightening experience that promises to inform, challenge, and inspire.

The Minor Prophets

Teacher: Kelly Dunn

Room: Reception Room

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.

Serving a Faithful God in an Unfaithful World

Teacher: Bob Williams, Jim Lorenzetti, Matt Martinie

Room: Fellowship Hall

It has been a rare time in history when God’s people live and minister in a world that is faithful to the Lord. We live in a time that is changing rapidly and it is sometimes hard to remember that our faithful God calls each of us to walk faithfully with Him, even when the world in which we live is unfaithful. During the time of Joshua, God’s people found themselves in such an environment. They were called to follow Him, but the world in which they lived was against them at every turn. This study identifies some of the key principles in Joshua, with applications from Ephesians and other Bible passages.

The Women’s Class: Biblical Prayer & Resilient Faith

Teacher: Laura Cooper 

Room: 217-218

Prayer offers us an amazing opportunity to talk with God. But many of us may find prayer to be a challenge at times, if we are honest. Having an unwavering faith is something we likely all seek to have, but faith can be hard sometimes too, especially in the midst of trials and setbacks. Thankfully, Scripture offers us many examples of how to pray and also many examples of people who demonstrated a resilient, enduring and courageous faith. Through this study we will examine prayers in the Bible and examples of faith from the early church and other areas of Scripture. As we discuss how to apply these Biblical examples to our lives, we can learn how to find a renewed faith in God and grow closer to Him through prayer too.

The Men’s Class: Spiritual Gifts

Teacher: Chris Schupp

Room: 221 

The Lord gives to all believers different spiritual gifts, when they are reborn in Christ. With our roles as husbands, fathers, brothers, sons, and friends, men are called to a variety of services in their Christian walk. Understanding how God has gifted us can help us determine the best place for us to serve in His church. Please join us as we seek to learn more about how the Holy Spirit has blessed each of us as believers, and the opportunities, and responsibilities, we have to serve the Father as a result. We will seek to use those gifts to bless the Bride of Christ, in joyful response to the measure with which we have been blessed. This class is open to men of all ages, as we seek to better understand the Holy Spirit, that we may better walk in step with Him in our daily lives.

Abide: A Ministry for Young(ish) Adults

Room: Ministry Center Lobby

Pray Always

Teacher: Mark Lancaster

Room: Sanctuary

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.