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 2.
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) – On Break for the Summer – Room 102
Grades 2-4 – God’s Servants Stories of little-known people in the Old and New Testaments. – Room 109
Grades 5-8 – G2R bible Survey — Matthew to John The life, work and teaching of Christ in the Gospels.– Room 112
Grades 9-12 – Our High School students will be joining the adult discipleship training class this quarter.
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
Lord, Teach Us To Pray - Studies in The Lords Prayer
In his preface to the classic “With Christ in the School of Prayer” Andrew Murray writes, “Of all the traits of a life like Christ, there is none higher and more glorious than conformity to Him in the work that now engages Him without ceasing in the Father’s presence: His all-powerful intercession. The more we abide in Him and grow to be like Him, the more His priestly life will work in us. Our lives will become what His is: a life that continuously prays for men.” And yet, even with such a glorious promise we struggle to grow and persist in prayer as Christ’s disciples. Thankfully, like the first disciples we too may come to the Master, and say “Lord, teach us to pray”. This Summer, complemented by Albert Mohler’s teaching series “The Lord’s Prayer” we will gather together and go to Christ to receive the perfect guide for the life of prayer.
Join us as we learn to pray.
Facilitated by Eric Walter and Roberta Smith