Our goal is to see Christians gathering on Sundays for dynamic worship experience,
and then finding their way into small groups to develop strong relationships
with others and a growing personal walk with the Lord Jesus!
Sunday School meets at 10 am.
Spring 2019 Adult Sunday School Classes
COFFEE BAR: Come on out at 9:45 and enjoy hot or iced coffee on the Fellowship Hall Porch. We serve Great Commission Coffee which you can purchase from Tom Ford or from his website. Proceeds go to help Missions ministries. Go to https://www.greatcommissioncoffee.com/
Church Life Class: Pastor Scott – located in Scott’s office in the Chapel Building
If you are interested in joining or finding out more about our church, this is the class for you. You will learn about our church history, our church beliefs, and how to join our church. This six week class will begin on January 13.
The Chapel Class: Jonathan Wade – located in The Chapel Building
The Chapel Class is designed to provide a weekly deep-dive into core biblical concepts and to provide an encouragement and launching point for a week of personal service and discipleship. The focus for this semester is “Joining God on the Journey.”
The Joy Class: Scott Barlowe & Jon Stephens – located in the Fellowship Hall
The Joy Class uses the “Bible Studies for Life” quarterly curriculum from Lifeway. This class is geared toward seniors but everyone is welcome. We have a pot luck lunch the second Tuesday of each month and we take a trip once a month.
True U: Mel Livernois – located in Room 1 upstairs in the Chapel Building
Mel continues the True U Series from Focus on the Family. Dr. Meyer examines the evidence and provides the tools needed for all of us to defend our faith and make it our own. Learn about the “science and history” of the Bible.
The Prayer Room: Dolphus & Elaine Brown – located in Room 2 upstairs in the Chapel Building
This class prays during the Sunday School hour. Come and pray for our pastors, our church, our community, and many other needs and requests. Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. Rom 12:12
College/Career: Jeff Pate – located in Room 3 upstairs in the Chapel Building
This semester we will “Walk Through the New Testament.” The New Testament comprises one of history’s most abundant, diverse, complex, and fascinating texts. Class begins on January 13.
Book of Isaiah: Deanna Wright – located downstairs in the Chapel Building
Isaiah son of Amos is often thought of as the greatest of the writing prophets. His name means “The Lord saves.” He was a contemporary of Amos, Hosea and Micah, beginning his ministry in 740 b.c., the year King Uzziah died. Come and dig for all of the treasures of the book of Isaiah.
“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship,
to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” (Acts 2:42)