Our Sunday School classes meet Sunday mornings at 9:15 am. We have classes for adults, youth, and children, with the purpose to help participants grow and mature as disciples of Jesus Christ.
The Winter Quarter begins on Sunday, December 3.
Children & Youth Sunday School
The Children’s Sunday School provides a nursery for children ages 3 and under and graded classes for 4-year-olds through high school. Please see below for specific classroom locations as well as current curricula.
Nursery (Children ages 3 and under) – Room 204
Primary (ages 4-5 and Grade 1) – Jesus Is God's Son Follow Jesus from the manger to the Mount of Transfiguration – Room 101
Grades 2-4 – Worshiping God – Room 109
Grades 5-8 – G2R - Genesis – Room 112
Grades 9-12 – A Study of Philippians – Room 110
Special attention is given to the safety and security of our children. All classes are taught by teachers who have undergone an application and screening process.
Adult Sunday School
Each quarter we offer two classes: one is a study of a portion of scripture, the other is often a topical study of current interest in light of God’s word.
Our current classes are:
New Testament Survey #1
Did you know that on October 31st we will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation? When Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the church door at Wittenberg, Germany he declared that “The true treasure of the Church is the most holy gospel". We couldn't agree more!
As we give thanks for the Reformation, join us this quarter as we begin our survey of the New Testament in the Gospels. Complimented by R.C. Sproul’s “Dust to Glory” video series, we will consider the story of Jesus Christ. Come prepared to discuss the details of his life, the content of his teaching, the nature of his death, the glorious truth of his resurrection, and the bold implications of his ascension. Come prepared to turn over the diamond of the gospel and see how it truly is our greatest treasure.
Facilitated by Eric Walter
In the last few decades, Christians have been challenged as never before, by changes in society and by advancements in technology, to formulate their ethical positions on new issues. Our belief that Christian Ethics are those which reflect God’s law and values as revealed in the Old and New Testament Scriptures, seems quite straightforward, but the application of God’s word to some of these new issues (and even some older ones) is difficult and controversial, even among evangelicals. A scripturally-informed awareness of these issues can not only guide our own ethical paths, but can help equip us to become salt and light in society as Jesus expects us to be.
Issues to be addressed in the class will be determined with class input, but will include Reproductive Technologies, Same Sex Relationships, The Genetic Revolution, and Environmental Ethics. The class will be conducted as a guided discussion based mainly on the text, Evangelical Ethics by John Davis.
Facilitated by Carl Schauffele