Sunday School

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.

Fall 2018 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.

Church Life Class: Pastor Scott’s office in the Old Building.  If you are interested in joining or finding out more about our church, please rsvp to the office. Class will be taught for 6 weeks during Sunday School by Pastor Scott.

The Gospel Project: Jonathan Wade-Sanctuary of the Old Building
The Gospel Project is a 3 year study that works its way through different themes in the Bible. We are starting at the beginning. Our preschoolers and young children are studying the gospel project on their level, so we invite parents and anyone else to follow along in the adult class. Our first quarter will focus on creation and the fall and the establishing of a covenant people.

The Joy Class: Dr. Rich Peoples – Fellowship Hall
We use the “Bible Studies for Life” quarterly curriculum. We will answer questions like Why are We Here? Why did Jesus Come? What about tithing? How do I build a Life of Service? The Joy Class is geared toward seniors but everyone is welcome. We have a pot luck lunch once a month and take a trip once a month. So, come and check us out on Sundays!

The Prayer Room: Dolphus & Elaine Brown – Room 2 in the Old Building. This class prays during the Sunday School hour. Come and pray for our church, our community, our country, and one another during the Sunday School hour. Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. Rom 12:12

True U: Mel Livernois – Room 4 upstairs in the old building. We are beginning with lesson one in the first series again. Dr. Meyer examines the evidence and provides the tools needed for all of us to defend our faith and make it our own. This study is put out by Focus on the Family.

Book of Isaiah: Deanna Wright – Downstairs in the Old Building. Isaiah was a Hebrew prophet who was believed to have lived about 700 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. Born in Jerusalem, Israel, he was said to have found his calling as a prophet when he saw a vision in the year of King Uzziah’s death. Isaiah prophesized the coming of the Messiah Jesus Christ . Come and study passage by passage.

Bridges: A Woman’s Journey of Discipleship: Michelle Pate – She will have the first class in the lobby next to the gym. This book by the Navigators is written for women by women who know this journey first hand. This incorporates life sharing, scripture memory, prayer principles, and passing on your faith to other women. This study could revolutionize your life. Please rsvp to Michelle at 226-5820. $5 for the book.

College/Career: Jeff Pate – Room 1 in the Old Sanctuary Building. Every Christian is called to live a Christ-like life but many don’t know exactly what that means or where to start. This Spiritual Disciplines study will examine the actions that character-ize the life of a believer and help you know how to practice them without feeling overwhelmed by it all.





 “And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship,
to the breaking of bread and the prayers.”  (Acts 2:42)


Children’s Sunday School