Adult Sunday School
Adult classes meet on Sunday at 9:00 am & 10:30 am and vary in length and subject. Descriptions of current and upcoming studies are listed on this page. If you would like help choosing a class, please contact Pastor Chris Chambers.
9:00 am Classes
Fellowship Class (N109) - An 8-week series begins on September 2 on the 3 letters of the apostle John. Class discussion plus videos by Tony Evans will challenge Christians who have grown comfortable and complacent in their faith.
Faith, Family, Fellowship (N107) - A relational study on how our faith in Jesus can affect marriage, families and other relationships and how to build stronger relationships between our spouses, children and others. This study follows the book, Side by Side.
Bridges (N108) - A six-week elective study, beginning September 23, about how Christians can connect with Muslims.
10:00 am Class
Regeneration (E118) - A diverse age group of caring, energetic people who love the Lord and enjoy lively discussion of the books of the Bible. We are currently studying the book of Hebrews through use of Bible commentaries and relating its message to our lives and the church. If you enjoy lively Bible discussion, the company of those with life experiences from several age groups, and laughter, please check us out. We are loving group and enjoy fellowshipping together. We meet from 10:00–10:45 am.
Kintuadi Class (N108) - Starting September 23, a study titled "Meeting God” discusses why people have different views on "Who God Is." This is key to understand who God is so that we can receive all the blessings from our personal relationship with Him.
Book of Ephesians (N107) - An elective led by Pastor Dick Smith will study and discover together the "riches we have in Christ" and what this means practically in our everyday lives. Starts September 16.
The Good Book (W107) - September 23-October 14. A new short-term Sunday school class to discuss sports and Christianity. We will be reading In The Arena by David Prince. The class will meet for 4 weeks. The author takes a Christ-centered view of how to enjoy sports in our lives without letting it become our god.