Adult Sunday School classes meet on Sunday mornings from 9:30am - 10:15am. Below you will find descriptions of the various classes for the 2018 Fall/Winter Semester. This information will be updated on a regular basis as new classess are offered. Anyone is welcome at any time in any class.
Class:Ephesians: Powerful Truths that Transform Every Relationship
Primary Teacher:Pastor Nathan Francis
Location:Room 203/204, Multipurpose Building
Description:Let’s explore Ephesians together to learn powerful truths and see how they can transform all our relationships (e.g. marriage, parenting, work, etc). We’ll also look at the armor of God and much, much more!
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Class: Connecting the Dots of the Gospel
Primary Teacher: Mike Sease
Location: Room: 208, Multipurpose Building
Description: Together we will work through the essence of the Good News using Scripture, as well as the book, "What Is the Gospel?"by Greg Gilbert.We will aim to see the marvelous picture formed by connecting the "dots" of God, and thereby renew and deepen our affections for him. (Note: Although this book is not required, much more will be gained by having it. Please inquire in class for details).
Class: 1stSamuel – Verse by Verse
Primary Teacher:Steve Jenning
Location:Room 206/207, Multipurpose Building
Description:This class seeks to grow in God's grace by studying His Word. We encourage active Q&A and discussion as we study books of the Bible, verse by verse. Currently we are studying 1 Samuel.
*NEW CLASS - Starting November 18th*
Class:The Story of the Bible – How We Got it and What it Means
Primary Teacher:Tom Meeks
Location:Fellowship Room, Sanctuary Building, Lower Level
Description: This class surveys the big themes of the Bible while seeking to understand each one as they culminate in the glorious Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Class: Conversations with Jesus
Primary Teacher: Ken Crabb
Location: Room 201/202, Multipurpose Building
Description: Our purpose is to understand the heart and mind of Jesus through conversations He had with people, and see how that understanding applies to us today. We define a conversation as an oral exchange of sentiments, observations, opinions, or ideas communicated via context, spoken words, tone of voice, and nonverbal expressions. Class emphasis is on discussion with a minimum of lecture by the teacher.
Class: James – Fruitful Faith
Primary Teacher: Margaret Chastain
Location: Parlor, Sanctuary Building
Description: This Senior Ladies Class is continuing our study in the Book of James, a very practical book which lends itself to good discussion! As we study together, we are learning how to observe, interpret and apply God's Word. All ladies are welcome to join us!