SUNDAY SCHOOL


Meet from 9:45am-10:45am Sunday mornings in the education wing adjacent to the sanctuary.

Gathering together Sunday mornings for an extended time of study and fellowship is a wonderful blessing. These small groups are an excellent way to grow in the faith and be a part of community. Sunday School meets every Sunday morning at 9:45am (some of our classes use the 9:45-10:00 time as a gathering time before beginning their study at 10:00).

We have a class for younger elementary children, older elementary, and junior/senior youth that all meet on the third floor of the education wing adjacent to the sanctuary.

Two of our adult classes meet on the second floor and study the Cokesbury Lessons: "Based on the Uniform Series, this quarterly study presents stimulating lessons that explore the biblical message and how to apply it to daily life. The curriculum helps adults move from a focus on the Word to reflection on personal, family, church, and community concerns."

We also have an adult Sunday School classes that meets in the fellowship hall for rotating topical studies. This class is currently studying, "The Way" by Adam Hamilton - "Encounter the life and ministry of Jesus in a fresh and exciting new way. In The Way: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus, author and pastor Adam Hamilton explores the earthly ministry of Jesus to help you hear his teaching and view his actions anew by drawing upon insights from history, archaeology, and the geography of the Holy Land. Hamilton uses his knowledge from extensive travel in Israel to enrich many episodes from Jesus' three years of ministry. Travel to the Jordan River, where Jesus was baptized, and the Judean wilderness where he was tempted. Climb the mountain where Jesus may have given his most famous sermon, and take a boat into the Sea of Galilee. This journey into the heart of the land where Jesus walked, will deepen your understanding of His life, while also increasing your love and faith in Him."

Nursery is also available during Sunday School for our youngest disciples.