Sunday School

For Children and Youth

Sunday School meets at 9:15 am, (unless otherwise noted), from September 8 through May 1.

4K through Kindergarten attend Atrium of the Good Shepherd in Room 220.

1st through 2nd Graders attend the Atrium of the True Vine in Room 216.

3rd Graders attend the Atrium of the Kingdom of God in Room 211.

4th Graders – Club 4:9 - Room 214.

5th & 6th Graders - Preteen Ministry - Room 212.

For more information on Children’s Sunday School and other Children’s Ministry activities, please click here.

7th & 8th Grade – Room 225.

9th Grade Confirmation - Room 232.

10th-12th Grade – Room 224.

For Adults

Classes meet from 9:15 am to 10:15 am, unless otherwise noted. Everyone is welcome. For more information about any of the classes, please contact the Email Rev. Rebecca DeBow - 802-6202.

Jericho Road- The Writings of Paulas

Going beyond the story we know so well, the Rev. Richmond Webster will use maps, photos, current events, and the breadth of Scripture to bring new meaning and application to the Journey of Paul. Led by the Rev. Richmond Webster in Graham Hall.

Bible 101

Have you ever listened to a scripture reading in church on a Sunday morning and found yourself asking “What in the world was that all about?” Sound familiar? If it does, then please consider joining us for “Bible 101,” a weekly Sunday School class for adults that explores each Sunday’s scripture lessons in a lecture/discussion format. We’ll probe the depths of each lesson, examine its background, context, and meaning, and help class members better understand how these lessons relate to our worship experience as well as to the lives we live each day. There are absolutely no prerequisites or qualifications! Whether you’re a bible scholar, struggling student, or complete novice, this class is for all God’s people. Led by the Rev. Stephen DeGweck, Tilson Room.


Book Study: Philip Yancey’s Vanishing Grace: Whatever Happened to the Good News?

“Why does the church stir up such negative feelings?” Philip Yancey, author and journalist, has been asking this question all his life. His perennial question is more relevant now than ever: research shows that favorable opinions of Christianity have plummeted drastically—and opinions of Evangelicals have taken even deeper dives. Yet while opinions about Christianity are dropping, interest in spirituality is rising. In Vanishing Grace, Yancey shows the desperate need our world has for grace, and how Christians can truly make the gospel good news again. In this video-based small group book study, participants will explore what kind of news is good to a culture that thinks it has rejected the Christian version. Wading deep into the transformative power of grace, they will hear illuminating stories of how faith can be expressed in ways that disarm even the most cynical. Charles Ellis and Friends, Founders Room

The No-Longer Young Adults (Parents with young children). 

Through discussion and open dialogue, Tom Garrett leads this class in a fun learning environment where the Christian faith is explored for answers to the challenges of young family life. Led by Tom Garrett. John Scott is the class coordinator. Contact John at Email John Scott for more information. Meets in Room 227.

Sunday Afternoon

Five Turning Points in Church History: How did the Christian religion become the most fundamental framework for European society and culture? This course will offer the basic outlines of the beginnings of an answer to this question. We will start with two 4th century Roman Emperors who utterly transformed Christianity, and end with two radical 14th century church reformers who foreshadowed Luther by more than a hundred years. Of course, a five week course can only hit some of the highlights of this story, but it should be an enjoyable and thought-provoking experience nonetheless. Of course, no prior study of—or even interest in—church history is necessary! Led by Mike DeBow, 4:00 pm, Founders Room.
For more information contact Rebecca DeBow Email Rebecca or 802-6202.