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Sunday School

Find a class that meets your stage of life or topic interests.

Special Programming

March 17 - Children's Spring Musical Presentation, Highland Hall
March 31 - Easter Sunday, No Sunday School
April 7 - Mission Team Update, Great Hall
April 14 - Pastor in Residence Meet & Greet, Great Hall
April 21 - May 12 - “Rearranging God’s Price Tags” with Dr. Tewell, Sanctuary
May 26 - Combined Adult Sunday School at 9 AM, Highland Hall


Current Sunday School Classes

  • Bridges & Crossroads, Highland Hall GarageThis class invites all parents of children and youth to learn and have fellowship together. During January and February, Lant Davis will teach and lead a discussion about the Old Testament. Anna Hartzog and Jay Turner will teach for the remainder of the season on the current Grace Group book study, "Jesus Revealed: The I Am Statements in the Gospel of John" by Matt Rawle.

  • Presbyterian Women, RM 304All ages are welcome to join the Presbyterian Women's (PW) Sunday School Class each Sunday. The class will have lively discussions and fellowship while following the Horizons Bible study "Come to the Waters." Water plays a central role in the stories of scripture, from the chaotic waters of creation to the River of Life in Revelation. Sometimes there is too much water (think Noah); sometimes there is too little water (think drought in the desert). In this study, the group will explore some of the Bible’s more than 800 references to water, including the delivery of God’s people through the parting of the Red Sea and the crossing of the Jordan River, the judgment of a people weak in faith and the adoption of the people of God through baptism.

  • Reformed Class, RM 309This class is designed 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. This winter, the group will be discussing Paul’s letters written during his Roman captivity, focusing on Ephesians, Colossians and Philippians.

  • Seekers Bible 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 and meets in RM 302. The class will be studying Luke followed by the book of Exodus.

  • Wonder Years, RM 306This class is made up of mostly median adults. This group will have class sessions on the History of Christianity, Part III (10th to 16th Century CE), which will conclude the 36-part series on the History of Christianity from the Disciples to the Dawn of the Reformation.

  • Young Adults Class, RM 105All young adults are welcome to join us for the new study called “What is the Bible?” where they will gather to study study scripture and discuss its meaning.


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