Sunday School

to make you wise for salvation...

2 Timothy 3:15-17

15 and that from childhood you have known the Holy Scriptures, which are able
to make you wise for salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.
16 All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for
reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, 17 that the man of
God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work.

Ages 2 to 6th Grade - Children's Sunday School

Sundays, 9:45-10:45am during the school year - Between Sunday Services

Our vision is to deepen children’s understanding of God through a Christ-centered curriculum that emphasizes Bible reading, prayer, scripture memorization, and age-appropriate lessons and activities. We provide a welcoming, warm, and caring learning environment. The classes are taught by faithful and committed teachers who love the Lord.
2s/3s (Room 3)
A Sure Foundation: Foundational Bible Stories and Simple Truths about God

4s-5s to Kindergarten (Room 7A & 7B)
He Has Spoken by His Son: New Testament Stories for Young Children showing God's Greatness.

1st-2nd grade (Room 4-6)
The ABCs of God: A Study for Children on the Greatness and Worth of God
3rd-4th grade (Room 9A & 9B)
In the Beginning,... Jesus: A Chronological Study for Children of Redemptive History
5th-6th grade (Room 8)
How Majestic is Your Name: A Study for Children on the Names and Character of God

All curriculum is by Children Desiring God. For more information and details see

Ages 7th - 12th Grade - ReaLife Sunday School

Most Sundays, 9:45-10:30am, during the school year - Between Sunday Services

Our goal for 7th to 12th Grade Sunday School is to help teens have a deeper knowledge and obedience of God and His truth from the Bible. Sunday School happens between the first and second Sunday morning church services. We have a 7th-8th grade class and a 9th-12th grade class.  See what is covered below:
7th to 8th grade
Year 1
  • Christian Beliefs and Life
  • Ephesians
  • Using Your Gifts
Year 2
  • The Bible
  • Bible Study
  • Jesus' Life and Teaching
  • Sharing Jesus

9th to 12th grade
Year 1
  • Overview of the Bible (Part 1)
Year 2
  • Overview of the Bible (Part 2)
Year 3
  • Major Bible Doctrines
Year 4
  • Church History
  • Cults/Religions
  • Evangelism
  • Missions

Adult Sunday School

Sundays, 9:45-10:30am during the school year - Between Sunday Services

Women of the Bible II

Sally Abbott - Library via Zoom
(Zoom Link - provided in weekly church email for those wanting to join remotely) 
All women are invited to attend
I thought I knew everything about the women of the Bible, but I didn’t. When I looked each one right in the face, into her family life and her culture, listened to what she said and what she didn’t say, God taught me a lot about Himself, and women’s roles in the overall narrative of the Bible.
This year our study will include Rebekah, Rachel, Miriam, Deborah, Jael, Abigail, Bathsheba, Huldah, Esther, the woman with the issue of blood, the Syro-Phoenician woman, Salome-mother of the sons of Zebedee, the two servant girls at the High Priest’s house, and Pilate’s wife. Each woman had an encounter with God that changed her life and changed the lives of those around her. Culture and context are important-we will examine each woman against the backdrop of her world.
Most importantly, we will look at each from God’s perspective and ask two questions: Why is her story in the Bible? And what does her story teach me about God? We will learn about godly behavior, listening to His voice, recognizing His call, good and bad role models, pitfalls to avoid, seasons of a woman’s life, the ups and downs of the life of faith, family relationships, following God’s guidance, and searching for His will. Each woman’s life is an arc of the overall narrative of the Bible.
This is Part II of last year’s class and women may join at any time. You don’t need to have attended my class last year-the content is all new. There is no book to buy, we will use the Bible as our text. The class will be held on Zoom from 9:45-10:30. You may join us early at 9:30 for a quick chat before class begins.

Christian Doctrine

Chris Coughlin - Overflow Room and via Zoom
(Zoom Link - provided in weekly church email for those wanting to join remotely) 
This class is a doctrinal study where we will study the Bible 'topically' and seek to see what it says (and does not say) about a wide variety of topics including basic theology (the study of God), spiritual gifts, current cultural issues, salvation, angels, eschatology (last things or end times) and much more.
Please join us as we strive to dig deeper into each subject and better understand the historical teachings of the Church.

Desiring God (John Piper)

Steve Ezzy - Lower Sunroom and via Zoom
(Zoom Link - provided in weekly church email for those wanting to join remotely) 
In Desiring God, John Piper reveals that there really is no need to choose between duty and delight in the Christian life. In fact, for the follower of Jesus, delight is the duty, because Christ is most magnified in His people when they are most satisfied in Him.  Constantly drawing on Scripture to build his case, Piper shows why pursuing maximum joy in God is essential to glorifying Him. He discusses the implications of this for conversion, worship, love, Scripture, prayer, money, marriage, missions and suffering. Using Desiring God as our text, come with us as we search for happiness in God Himself so that we may have the true, full, and fruitful lives which Jesus came to give us.

Whom have I in heaven but you?  And there is nothing on earth that I desire besides you.  (Psalm 73:25)

Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount

Mike Young - Adult Classroom and via Zoom
(Zoom Link - provided in weekly church email for those wanting to join remotely) 
Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5:1-7:29) is one of the most studied and analyzed passages of the Bible. Some have even asserted that the letter of James, perhaps the earliest-written book of the New Testament, was partially a commentary on and application of Jesus’ sermon. But for all that has been written about it, the Sermon on the Mount is often misunderstood, misapplied, and even dismissed as irrelevant.

After God redeemed Israel, He gave them a new law, and warned them not to follow the practices of the Canaanites that they were displacing. They were to glorify God by being different. In the New Testament those who are in Christ are told to “no longer live as the Gentiles do, in the futility of their minds.” We are citizens of a new kingdom; we answer to a higher authority. We are to be salt and light to the world around us. We glorify God by being different from the world. In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus provides a manifesto of what it means to live as redeemed people in His kingdom.

In a time when we are tempted to conform to the world and blend in, when churches often compromise the gospel in order to be relevant to the world, the Sermon on the Mount is a clarion call to live out our identity in Christ. If we were to be faithful to this call, what kind of impact would we have on the culture around us?

Come prepared for some hard questions and spirited discussion!

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