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 Summer Quarter begins on Sunday, June 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) – God Keeps His Promises Learn about God through his faithfulness to his Old Testament people – Room 102
Grades 2-4 – Trusting God Finding out the greatness and goodness of the Heavenly Father – Room 109
Grades 5-8 – Being God's People From Sinai to Caanan – Room 112
Grades 9-12 – A Study of John 1-10 Asking questions like: "Who is Christ and why did he come?", "What does Jesus do that only God can do?" – 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:
A World of Views
From our Facebook feeds to the nightly news it’s not hard to tell that the American landscape of belief has never been more polarized. Believers and skeptics alike have thrown out dialogue and replaced it with protest, thrown out charity and doubled down on outrage. As Tim Keller points out, “We have come to a cultural moment in which both skeptics and believers feel their existence is threatened because both secular skepticism and religious faith are on the rise in significant, powerful ways. We have neither the western Christendom of the past nor the secular, religionless society that was predicted for the future. We have something else entirely.” Yet it is into this stormy culture that the Apostle Peter calls the Church to do the impossible: defend the hope of the gospel to a hostile world in gentleness and respect.
This summer, complemented by the DVD series “The Reason for God”, we will consider the questions of our culture, the virtue of dialogue, and the hope of the gospel.
Facilitated by Eric Walter
God of Creation - A Study of Genesis 1-11
A Women's Study
It all began with the Word. The opening chapters of Genesis teach us fundamental truths about God. We watch Him bring light after darkness, order after chaos, and rest after toil -- all through the power of His Word. We will dive deep into Genesis chapters 1-11 with a study guide, video commentary, group discussion, and prayer. Revisit familiar stories and historical figures and discover deeper meanings in the text. As God reveals Himself through Scripture, we are given new understanding of ourselves through glimpses of the character, attributes, and promises of our Creator. Our prayer is that meditation on His word will be powerful, even transformative, in the hearts of the women who attend.
See how God reveals himself through the book of Genesis as we use a study by author and speaker Jen Wilkin.
Facilitated by Jen Adams and Janice Allnatt