Sunday School Groups
“My advice to Sunday Schools, no matter their denomination, is: Hold fast to the Bible as the sheet-anchor of your liberties; write its precepts in your heart and practice them in your lives. To the influence of this book we are indebted for all the progress made in true civilization, and to this we must look as our guide in the future.”
- Ulysses S. Grant, 18th President of the United States
Sunday school groups are vital in the life of the church who come together to encourage one another in the study of the bible
- explore the various classes below -
New Life Class - a new bible study will begin on March 6th from A Lenten Study For Adults, The Common People Heard Him Gladly, by author James W. Moore. This study will include seven sessions, one for each Sunday in Lent, including Easter Sunday. Each session will feature a Scripture reference, a personal reading, and questions for personal reflection or group discussion. A prayer, and other suggestions for the Lenten season or a focus for the coming week may also be included.
Believers Class - we are mostly a middle age group who focus on prayer, bible exploration, self-discovery, discussions, and encouraging one-another. Our mission is, and always will be, to constantly seek the work of God and the teachings of Jesus. The wide range of ages, status of life, ideas and experiences: within the class, stimulates lively and thought-provoking discussions. We also realize that a little humor and laughter is a good thing, so we try to mix that in with our lesson.
If you are looking for a Sunday School home, please consider the Believers Class. We are a lively, spirited group and would love to have you join us. Everyone, and all ages, is welcome to join us.
Co-Ed Class - We are currently studying the book "Transform" by Gregory M. Weeks. The lessons begin with a look at the ministry of the Holy Spirit that brings new life to us as members of the body of Christ. Jesus tells the disciples in John’s Gospel that he must leave so that the Comforter or Holy Spirit could come. The Spirit will lead and guide us into all truth and bring gifts and graces to all who will receive them. This transforming power prepares us for ministry in the world.
The Holy Spirit’s work in empowering us to be the church and carry out its mission, is not limited to time and space. The lessons in Unit 2 take us through a series of events in the context of Jewish and Gentile hostility in which we see how the Holy Spirit moved the church forward to serve others.
The final four lessons explore a problem that has plagued humankind throughout the ages—violence! How do we as the people of God confront and overcome this menace to the faith?
What a blessing to have Pastor Scott and Amber visit our class today, July 3, 2022. He wanted to have an open discussion and listen to ideas we have on what direction we would like to see our Church take. It is inspiring and refreshing that Pastor Scott values our ideas and wants to get to know each and every member of his congregation.