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.

Sunday School classes

  • cross generational iI

    Fellowship Hall-F106

    Barry Swiger and Conrad Shuler

    Worship, the arts, contemporary issues, philosophy, and politics are explored in this discussion based class. The class is currently studying Ecclesiastes.

  • Cross generational III

    Westminster Confession of Faith, Family Room in Worship Center

    David Woodard

    The WCF provides for us one of the best summaries of the Christian faith and is part of the doctrinal standards of the Presbyterian Church in America. We will be studying what the Bible has to say about the doctrines of Scripture, God and Man, Christ and Salvation, Law and Grace, and the Church and End Times.

  • college-resumes fall 2018

    College Aged, Fellowship Hall

    Will Huss

    Join us for food, fellowship, prayer and study Our group is for college students and some adult members that want to come alongside & share in community with you.

  • Young Married & families

    20’s & 30’s who may be parents of young children-elementary school

    Education Building 2E10

    Kevin Miles & David Sinclair

    Song of Songs is inspired, romantic poetry celebrating the mutual love between husband and wife. It's intended not only to shape our thinking about human relationships, marriage, and romance, but also provides profound insight into Christ's love for His Bride, the Church.

  • student families

    Those in their 30’s & 40’s who may be parents of school age children up through college age

    Education Room 2E2

    Lehmon Dekle

    The Unfolding Mystery: Discovering Christ in the Old Testament by Ed Clowney

  • adult families

    Those in their 50’s & 60’s who may be parents of adult age children

    Fellowship Hall-1F3

    Bill Fisk and Roger Boothe

    We’ll be studying the book of Mark.

  • Senior Adults (60+)

    Lamentations, Education Room-1E6

    Ronnie Booth & Mike Haas

    Our class studies books of the Bible and this year is focusing on how the Old

    Testament points to the New Testament