Each Sunday morning several Sunday School classes meet together throughout the church. These classes give opportunity for fellowship, sharing, prayer time, and Bible study. They also provide support and care for one another as we grow deeper in our relationship with Jesus.
Sunday Mornings at 9:30 a.m.
There are 9 adult classes to choose from:
You are welcome to visit any of the classes, and the demographics are used as a guide, not a rule. Sunday morning classes begin at 10:40 a.m. Room assignments are available at the welcome table in the gathering area or ask any greeter or usher. Sunday morning classes are currently suspended due to Covid-19.
Now and Then (Men 60+)
The Now and Then class is mostly made up of retired men. It follows the adult Scripture Press “Disciples’ Bible Study Series.” The class meets in room 304.
Searchers (Women 60+)
Searchers is made up of ladies who enjoy studying Scripture together. This fall the class will study the book of Luke, using a Scripture Press quarterly. Teachers are Carrol Ediger, Janet Hein and Carol Dick, and the class meets in Hearth Room.
Windows (Men & women 50-65+)
This group of men and women are studying the book of Romans. If you have questions, check with their teacher, Clint Seibel. They meet in Room 301.
Challenge (Men & Women 50-65)
A class of men and women that enjoys lively discussions while studying books of the Bible with application to contemporary life. We also serve as a small group who prays for each other and our families. This fall we have chosen Joel for our next in-depth study and we meet in room 303.
Harvesters (Men & Women 40-55)
The Harvesters group (adults in the 40 to 60 range, but not exclusive) On the last Sunday of each month during the school year, the class hosts a pancake breakfast to develop relationships with community people. The class meets in the fellowship hall.
Pathfinders (Young Adult/Young Family)
Meet with other young adults and families for a time of fellowship, sharing, prayer and learning. The class led by Pastor Jeremy is currently studying ‘Essential Truths’ and meets in room 302. (This particular study is open to men and women of all ages).
Koininia (Young Married Couples)
Koinonia meets in the library and is primarily, but not limited to, young married couples. Studies focus on issues of spiritual growth.
The class meets in the Fellowship Hall.
Wednesday evenings during the school year offer a variety of fellowship and learning activities for adults:
6:45: Women’s Bible Study
7:40: Choir Rehearsal, Sanctuary