Join us for Sunday School each week at 9:45 AM!
Join us in Room 32.
This class studies the Bible, concentrating on one book at a time. Their goal is to better understand the meaning of scripture as it was written and how it applies to us today. They use a variety of resource materials and endeavor to conduct the class as a “small group,” caring for each other in addition to studying together. They are currently studying the book of Mark, led by Carl Dawson.
Join us in the Conference Room (Room 25).
We’ll begin the year using Promised Land: Living for God Where Culture Is Influenced, a DVD Bible study by Ray Vander Laan, which takes us through the land of the Bible with emphasis on the “historical, geographical, and cultural context of the sacred Scriptures.” We’ll discover how “God led his people to a specific place to impact the world both in ancient times and today.”
This class also supports a child through World Vision and donates to the Honduras Agape Foundation.
This class is named for Ernestine B. Law (2/4/1920 - 10/23/1999).
Join us in Room 26.
This class uses The Present Word, a Bible Study series that follows the lectionary scriptures for each week. They help support several missionaries and local mission opportunities.
Short Studies Class
Join us in the Fellowship Hall.
This class will begin their Fall class by using a DVD study called Making Sense of the Bible: Rediscovering the Power of Scripture Today by Adam Hamilton. The author begins by discussing foundational questions such as “How and when was the Bible written? Who decided which books made it into the scriptures and why? How literally must we read it? And, Is the Bible ever wrong?” Hamilton also addresses many of the hot-button issues that plague the church and cultural debate today.
In addition to meeting on Sunday mornings, this class also tries to have some type of social outing with fellowship once a quarter.
6th – 7th Grade
Join us in Room 1.
They are using the Re:form – Ancestors curriculum to explore the ancestors of our faith and expose the real, unpolished, and unexpected personalities of New Testament Bible characters.
8th Grade Confirmation
Join us in Room 4.
The Confirmation class will be using the We Believe confirmation curriculum from the PCUSA to provide a foundational understanding of our faith, tradition, and Presbyterian practices.
9th – 12th Grade
Join us in Room 2.
They are using the Making it Real and Relevant lectionary based curriculum, which uses contemporary music, movies, and videos to connect faith formation with daily life.
2 - 4 Year Old
Join us in Room 8.
They are using the Dwell curriculum called “Play,“ that introduces preschool age children to thirty-six Bible stories from the Old and New Testaments to reinforce God‘s love for us.
Kindergarten - 1st Grade
Join us in Room 5.
They are using the Dwell curriculum called “Imagine,” which creates an environment where kids are offered opportunities to enter God‘s story and then live it.
2nd - 3rd Grade
Join us in Room 10.
They are using the Dwell curriculum called “Wonder,” which encourages kids to pause and wonder, imagine, and interact with different parts of God‘s story.
4th - 5th Grade
Join us in Room 3.
They are using the Dwell curriculum called “Marvel,” which helps kids to take time to marvel at God‘s love and see that He is still at work in the world and in their lives.