Sunday Classes

Sunday School at 10 AM

There are classes for every stage in life at IPC. In our educational ministry, we strive for knowledge and understanding of the biblical story, application of God’s story in our everyday lives, and service of compassion, reconciliation, and justice in Christ’s name.

Combined Class Schedule

Nov. 5 - Columbarium Expansion Dedication
Nov. 19 - Youth Grant Team Presentation
Dec. 3 - Jeff Leonard Advent Message
Dec. 10 - Adult Carol Sing
Dec. 17 - Dolores Hydock Storytelling

Classes this Fall

  • There will be no Sunday school on Nov. 26.

Explore what each group will be studying this semester:

  • Breaking the Code - Bridges, Highland Hall Garage

    Beginning Sunday, Oct, 15, dive deeper into our Fall Grace Group book with Jay & Anna through class discussions on the book Breaking the Code: Understanding the Book of Revelation by Bruce M. Metzger and revised by David A. DeSilva.

  • Habits of the Household - Crossroads, Highland Hall Scout RoomFind meaning beyond the chaos of family life as you create a home where kids and parents alike practice how to love God and each other. We will be studying the book Habits of the Household by Justin Whitmel Earley.

  • Searching for Spirituality - Wonder Years, RM 306This class is made up of mostly median adults and will explore three writings of Richard Rohr, Franciscan priest and author, whom PBS has called "one of the most popular spirituality authors and speakers in the world”.

  • Sacred Encounters - Presbyterian Women, RM 304All ages are welcome to join the Presbyterian Women's (PW) Sunday School Class. The class will have lively discussions and fellowship while following the 2023–2024 PW/Horizons Bible study "Sacred Encounters: The Power and Presence of Jesus Christ in Luke-Acts" by author Olive Mahabir. Readers are invited to consider Jesus, “the good shepherd” (Luke 10:15), who shared the Good News through sacred encounters with everyday people.

  • Answering the Call - Young Adults Class, Highland Hall Loft

    All young adults are welcome to join us for the new book study of "Called: The Crisis and Promise of Following Jesus Today" by Mark Laberton. In it he writes: "People ask many questions about how their lives relate to the world. What are our lives in this world about? What are we to make of being human? Why are we here? Is there a reason we are alive, and, if so, how would we know what that is? These questions are brought on at times by beauty and joy, but also by the daunting facts of our own lives or of the world around us. We look around in doubt, in pain, in suffering. These are human questions asked throughout history by those inside and outside the church."

  • Book of Romans - Reformed Class, RM 309The class is for all ages and is intended for all who are interested in studying the Bible regardless of their prior exposure to scripture and is intentionally designed for group discussion. Please join us as we study God’s word and His plans for our lives.

  • Book of Luke - Seekers Bible Study Class, RM 302Previously known as the Advanced Class; this group is made up of adults interested in studying books of the Bible to understand God’s word more deeply and how it guides us in our daily lives. The class is taught by leaders from the Bill Shanks Friday Morning Bible Study. The class will be studying Luke this fall.