Adult Sunday School
All classes are meeting on campus. For virtual opportunities to join a class, contact firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can get you in touch with a class leader as classes will be offering hybrid options for those unable to attend in person.
Something Different—A New Group
You are invited to gather in room 130 (Atkin Learning Center, ground floor atrium) on Sundays from 9:40-10:40 AM for Something Different. The gathering is for those who are not currently members of a Sunday school class, although anyone is welcome to be there. The intent is for us to form an intergenerational fellowship community of people wanting to get to know each other better. New members, those with children in our elementary and student ministries, empty nesters, “olders,” or anyone else simply wanting a snack and a drink are welcome. We plan to organize around the needs of those who gather, so the early conversations will be about how we will spend our time together going forward. If all this sounds ambiguous, it is because we really want this community to be an organic gathering of new and old friends learning to care for each other in new ways. And it leaves a lot of room for God’s grace to flow among us.
Can We Talk?--Women’s Bible and book study discussion group with a focus on shared spiritual journeys, prayer, and support. Our group is open to ladies of all ages and all situations. Location: Rooms 301 and 302
Contemporary Forum—A large adult class that includes couples and individuals mostly 65 and older but welcome to all adult ages. They cover a variety of topics. Location: Fellowship Hall
Daily Bread— The age range is adults in their 30’s to 60’s. Sunday mornings include a discussion-based study of Biblical topics, most recently on what Scripture says about patience. Wednesday evenings are more of an informal check-in, simply to connect with others. Location: Room 208
Discovery—This class is a fellowship of adult believers seeking to grow in Christian discipleship through study, discussion, and serving our church and community. The Discovery Class has a heart for missions and actively participates in the mission field by volunteering and providing the tools and resources needed to help those in need. We also love to have fun together. Come join us on the journey! Location: Rooms 307 and 308
Friendship—Adult ages primarily 70’s-80’s, but all adult ages are welcome. The lessons are primarily lecture, with some discussion with a variety of Biblically based topics led by a team of teachers. Location: Rooms 1001 and 1002
Foundry—The Foundry class is a Christian community in an unpretentious setting that studies the Bible by focusing on the actual texts through presentations and discussions drawing on historical, cultural, philosophical, and interpretive materials to enhance our understanding of the scriptures. Location: Room 1003
Good News—This Sunday School class strives to provide both personal support to our members through social interaction every Sunday and spiritual support by applying lectionary scripture lessons to our daily lives. Location: Parlor
Hope for A Closer Walk--Parents of pre-teen through high school students seeking a closer relationship with God by applying His Word to our daily walk, through Christian fellowship, Scripture discussion, and miscellaneous studies. Location: Room 223
Open Door—The class age range is 45 and up and mostly couples. Meetings have a social time and focused study time. Small group atmosphere encourages dialogue and sharing of life’s experiences. A welcoming group for new members and guests to help them meet people and find connection. Our purpose is to grow into greater relationships with each other and live toward a closer walk with Jesus Christ. Location: Room 304
Thee Seekers--Dedicated to advanced studies of the Holy Scriptures for the purpose of stimulating spiritual growth through knowledge and understanding, leading to absolute trust in God's providential care. Location: Room 306