Traditionally known as the most effective form of Christian education, Sunday School classes are also the backbone of our congregation’s strength.  In these small group settings, lifelong friendships and genuine Christian fellowship develop and mature.  It is common for class members to gather for food and fellowship prior to class.

Adult Sunday School Classes

Stepping Stones:

This class for singles and couples in their 20’s-40’s meets in room 315 on the third floor of the North Campus and has a focus on discipleship and practical applications of faith.


This class for singles and couples meets in room 311 on the third floor of the North Campus. The lessons follow contemporary themes, often addressing outreach and service.

JOY Class: Jesus, Others, Yourself

This class meets in the Fellowship Hall on the North Campus and is for mature adults. Lessons are taught by class members on a wide range of topics.

DBS Class: Doing, Believing, Serving

This class for mature adults meets in the upper level of the Scout Hut on the North Campus. They often use video series and book studies on contemporary topics.

Fall 2014 Bible Studies

Monday Morning Women’s Study

9:30 am to 12 noon
Room 315, North Campus

Session 1: September 8 through September 22
“The Amazing Collection”

Session 2: begins September 29th
“Children of the Day:” Is family life a challenge? Is work driving you crazy? Do you know God has a purpose for your life, but you can’t figure out what it is? Know that your circumstances are not coincidental. And God’s timing is impeccable. Join Beth Moore on the Thessalonian shores as she walks you through the truth of each verse of 1 and 2 Thessalonians. In this study you’ll face crises, afflictions, relationships, doubts, concerns, and fears. Find encouragement for living the Christian life now and hope for when Christ returns.

Tuesday Morning Women’s Study

10am to 12noon
Conference Room, North Campus

Session 1: begins September 9th
“Walk as Jesus Walked:” This five-session, video-based small group Bible study by noted teacher and historian, Ray Vander Laan helps you experience how the disciples translated Jesus’ call to passionate discipleship into language and imagery the Roman culture already understood. Filmed on location in Israel, Faith Lessons is a unique video series that brings God’s Word to life with astounding relevance. By weaving together the Bible’s fascinating historical, cultural, religious, and geographical contexts, teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan reveals unique insights into the Scriptures’ significance for modern believers.

Session 2: begins October 14th
“The Women of Christmas:” A sacred season is about to unfold for three women whose hearts belong to God. Elizabeth is barren, yet her trust in God remains fertile. Mary is betrothed in marriage, yet she is willing to bear God’s Son. Anna is a widow full of years, yet she waits patiently, prayerfully for the Messiah to appear in the temple courts. Prepare for the Savior to enter your heart, your mind, and your life in a vibrant new way this season, as Liz unwraps each verse with tender care.

Tuesday Evening Study

6:30pm to 8pm
Conference Room, North Campus

Begins September 9th
Covenant: The Biblical concept of Covenant speaks to an enduring commitment between God and God’s fruitful people. It’s a promise—to live in a loving relationship with and for each other. So the purpose of Covenant Bible study is to engage participants in conversations about this unique and special relationship—as well as our relationships with each other and the world around us—as we study the Bible together. Covenant is based on the understanding that it is through community—through shared reflection and engagement—that we can best discover the Bible’s transformative power. Covenant differs from other Bible studies as it emphasizes the biblical concept of covenant as a unifying pattern throughout the Bible. It covers both Old and New Testaments—discussing books from each in a way that shows the interconnectedness of Scripture as a whole.

Sunday Evening Study

5:30pm to 7pm
Conference Room, North Campus

Begins September 14th
Based on the book, Heaven is for Real, this study will encourage us to picture Heaven the way Scripture describes it—a bright, vibrant, and physical New Earth, free from suffering and death, brimming with Christ’s presence, wondrous natural beauty and the richness of Heaven’s nature as God intended it.