Adult Sunday School
NOTE: For Short-Term Classes, it is important to come the first Sunday when the class begins. Each session will build on the previous Sunday. If you are unable to begin on the first day, contact Pastor Dick for the next class dates.
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On-Going Classes at 9:30 am each Sunday—Join Anytime
Ask Seek Knock —Pam/Rich Geiger, Teachers
This class is composed of a variety of ages and stages of people in life. The teaching approach is lively group discussion and interaction. They do a variety of studies but focus on studies that are relevant to people’s lives today.
Our current study is What’s So Amazing About Grace. Grace is the church’s great distinctive. If grace is God’s love for the undeserving, then what does it look like in action? Join us to find out!
Faith, Family, & Fellowship — Pastor Dick and Donna Smith, Teachers
This class is composed of young couples with children (some attend without their mate). They do a variety of studies while at the same time opening their lives and relationships up to one another in learning how to have a marriage that is strong in Christ.
We are studying the Book of Ephesians which gives us a picture of what “the church” should look like and how we (the people) are to live as the church. Join us in learning together what it means to be “the church” today in our world.
Fellowship — Craig Donoho, Teacher
This class is geared toward the younger to middle-aged couples. They focus on fellowship inside as well as outside the church and do a variety of studies with lively discussion.
We’ve begun a new study called The Story. It is a study of the Word of God where we discover the big ideas of God’s story, the upper story and how are story, the lower story, relates to it. It’s a very practical and exciting study of God’s Word from beginning to end.
Gospel of Matthew— John Elder, Teacher
This class is composed of all adult ages. They zero in on a verse-by-verse study of God’s Word and the application of it to their lives. The teaching approach is digging deep into God’s Word, coupled with lecture, group discussion and life application.
Kintuadi —Lolita Perdue, Teacher
This class is composed of mostly senior adults, but everyone is welcome to join them in their studies. They do a variety of studies (e.g. Bible book studies, topical and Bible character studies, DVD studies, etc.). The teaching approach is mostly lecture with some group discussion!
Come join us in our study, Names of God. This study will give us glimpse into God’s character and help give us a clear understanding of who God is and draw us closer to Him in worship and devotion and trust.
Prayer — Verne Carty, Facilitator
Room W103 (Prayer Room)
This class is learning and practicing principles of praying. They pray for the needs of individuals and for our church’s concerns, using God’s Word to guide them. The class is a mixture ages.
Regeneration — Joy Fuller, Teacher
This class is composed of those who, for the most part, have grown children and they share the position of being the “sandwich” generation. The teaching approach is lecture along with group discussion. They do a variety of Bible book studies. They are currently studying 2nd Samuel.
Trinity — Darla Wilson, Teacher
This class is a class of all ages — singles, couples and “halves” (only one spouse comes). They do a variety of studies but mostly topical in approach. The teaching approach is lecture with a lot of group discussion.
Currently, they are doing a study by R.C. Sproul. What happens when Christians take the Lord’s Supper? Throughout the history of the church, there has been debate over the meaning of Holy Communion. Even today there is much disagreement about the purpose and significance of the sacrament. As Dr. Sproul demonstrates, a proper understanding of the Lord’s Supper can be found only in Scripture. Dr. Sproul also examines related biblical themes, such as the Passover, the kingdom of God, the person and work of Christ, and justification by faith alone.