I delight in your decrees; I will not neglect your word…Your word is a lamp for my feet, a light on my path…All your words are true; all your righteous laws are eternal. Psalm 119:16, 105, 160 (NIV)
Because the Scriptures are foundational to our lives as Christians, we offer many avenues for us to learn and ingest the Scriptures so that we may live every day in the truth and power of God’s Word. We offer teaching and training for all ages, from young children to senior citizens. We would love for you to take advantage of the opportunity to learn with us and to use your gifts to help others learn.
Sunday School (9:40 A.M.-10:40 A.M. September – June)
We offer age-appropriate classes for children and youth. Sunday School classes for children meet on the first and second floors of the Christian Education Building. High schoolers meet in small groups that are age and gender specific to hear and discuss God’s word. We also offer a variety of learning opportunities during the Sunday School hour for college students and residents. The format, subject, and style of the classes vary but the end result is discipleship that leads us to be more like Christ.
- Kaleidoscope – presents a “kaleidoscope” of topics including Bible study, missions, current events, spiritual journeys, and fellowship. Kaleidoscope meets in the Community Room on the first floor of the Christian Education Building.
- Devotional Classics – this book study/discussion-style class meets in Room 9 on the lower level of the main church. This semester they will study To Pray and To Love by Roberta Bondi.
- When Mothers Pray – this class, coordinated by Sally Johnson, meets in Room 7 on the lower level of the main church. This class is geared to mothers of teenagers and young adults.
- Twelve Unlikely Heroes by John MacArthur – this book study/discussion style class is led by Ralph & Marilyn Kerr and meets in the Youth Room.
- Romans – This Bible Study class taught by Paul Young meets in the Good Shepherd Room on the lower level of the main church.
- Sermon Discussion – in Room 105 (across from the Library); coordinated by Mim Case