Sunday School

We refer to our Sunday School classes as Shepherding Communities because we want to promote fellowship and care within these groups. Shepherding Communities are organized in two ways. We recognize the fruitfulness of being able to gather and learn with those who are in a similar stage of life; therefore, many of our adult classes are structured by “age and stage”. But we also recognize the benefits of cross-generational fellowship around a particular topic, so we offer classes to meet those interests as well. Most of our adult classes change topics quarterly.


Where does your class meet? Use the church map to find out!


Adult Sunday School classes meet from 9:00-10:00 AM.

  • Christian World and LIfeview

    Cross Generational, Fellowship Hall-F106

    David Woodard, Conrad Shuler and Chris Peters

    Worship, the arts, contemporary issues, philosophy and politics are explored in this class.

  • genesis

    Senior Adults (60+), Education Room-1E6

    Ronnie Booth


  • 1 Thessalonians

    40′s & 50′s, Fellowship Hall-1F3

    Bill Fisk and Roger Boothe

  • The Life of God in the Soul of Man

    College Aged, Fellowship Hall

    Greg Batt

    Join us for food, fellowship, study, and prayer. This spring we are studying 1,2, & 3 John. This group is made up of you and several adult members that want to come along side you and share in this community with you.

  • Counterfeit Gods by tim keller

    30′s & 40′s, Education Room 2E2

    Lehmon Dekle

  • minor prophets

    20’s & 30’s , 2E10

    Kevin Miles

    We study the minor prophets with the goal of hearing what they have to say about our Savior. Our class starts with sharing needs and praying, followed by interactive Bible study.

  • We Believe in the Holy Spirit

    Cross Generational , (Education Room-2E9)

    David Sinclair, Sean Brittan, Joe Watkins, Rob Vaughn

    We are studying the Person and work of the Holy Spirit as He is revealed in both the Old and New Testaments We are also considering His ministry in the life of the believer and the church. Jesus said, "I tell you the truth: it is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go away, the Helper will not come to you. But if I go, I will send Him to you" (John 16:7).