Adult Sunday School
Jesus answered by quoting Deuteronomy: “It takes more than bread to stay alive. It takes a steady stream of words from God’s mouth.” Matthew 4:4
All classes meet at 9:45-10:30am.
Doubles and Singles: (Meets in the Undercroft) This class is led by Karl Goss. They are currently studying a series called “The Present Word.” The first book is called “Toward a New Creation” which points us to the new creation in Christ Jesus. The book itself is further broken down into three units with the first being titled “Judgement and Salvation.” Readings are done in class. No homework required! Visitors welcome!
Andrews Class: (Meets in the Cottage) This class is led by Glinda Felty. They are currently studying a series of lessons called “From Christ to Constantine.” This study includes videos and discussion.
This class uses a variety of Biblical translations from the King James to the Message, artists’ interpretations, and archeological discoveries, the text is discussed and background information provided for study. This class is a great fit for those who enjoy detailed study linking the Old and New Testament. All opinions and discussion are welcomed.
Seekers Class: (Meets in the Parlor) This class is led by Louise Barnett. They are currently studying Luke. This class is encouraged to talk and share freely so that we can all get a better understanding of what God’s message is for us today and how we can take what we learn in the class to the world outside of Church. If you’re not sure where you fit, just drop in and try out a class! Visitors are always welcome!
Can’t make it to a class? Here is a great list to study on your own: “The Bible’s Top 40” by Glenn McDonald. Click here to download the list.
Let us then pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding. Romans 14:19
Wondering about your kids? Check out Sunday school opportunities for your children or youth. We also have a wonderful nursery available for those little ones who aren’t quite ready for Sunday school. Sunday School lessons are taught to Pre-School children in the nursery.
*Last updated 6/12/17