CHILDREN and Youth SUNDAY SCHOOL

Sunday School is for children ages 2 through 5th grade (with classes for all ages available). Sunday School meets every Sunday during September through June at 10:00am. The children enjoy elementary Bible training in their classes, learning the essential Bible stories that are so important for their spiritual growth, and make friends. Our curriculum has been updated and includes many hands-on projects to reinforce Biblical principles and the gospel of Jesus Christ.

We have wonderful volunteers who commit for a full year of teaching kids about who Christ is through creative lessons. Be sure to stop by, say hi, and thank the dedicated volunteers who serve faithfully.

High School and Junior High also have their own Sunday School classes during this hour. High School and Junior High classes are located in the upstairs of building 300 (C.E. Building). High School in room 314 and Junior High in room 313. To learn more about these ministries visit the High School and Junior High pages.

Adult Sunday School

Adult Sunday School Classes are a great next step beyond attending worship services. Classes provide a time of teaching and discussion with an aim of building relationship around God's Word. Adult Sunday school classes will start again on September 16, 2018.

2019 Class choices starting January 6, 2019.

STARTING POINT CLASS (For all newcomers) Starting January 13, 2019
Location: Rm 304 Facilitator: Pastor Kris  If you are new to the church or just want to keep growing, this is the class for you.  Topics we will be covering: The Bible, The Holy Spirit, The problem of evil and more.

Solo Connection (Widows-For women who have lost their husbands) 
Location: Room 413 Facilitator: Gloria Walsh
"The Book of Psalms" the Smart Guide to the Bible series
"Every human emotion finds its expression in the psalms, or "songs" as they were originally written. Although we no longer have the musical score that accompanied them, these timeless words still bring hope and healing.  We will learn the setting and meaning behind each of these 150 songs to help us realize their relevance for us today."

The Discovery Class - TWO OPTIONS! 9:35 AM & 10:20 AM
Location: Room 102/Hearth Room Facilitator: Keith Yarter
The Book of Proverbs: The Purpose, Power and Promise-Chapters 1-7. The class will explore the Book of Proverbs and its purpose, power and promises. To discover the language that gives wisdom, instruction, discretion, and understanding to us who seek it. To look at familiar, or unfamiliar verses, to live the life God seeks for us each day.

Challengers 
Location: Rm 416 Facilitator: Don Schultz and Jake Krestinski
Louie Giglio DVD Series: Making Relationships Work. From the time we are born, relationships shape who we are and how we engage with the world around us. We develop a view of God and others that impact how we relate to our family and friends and others we may encounter. All of us desire more meaningful relationships but where do we start? In this study Louie Giglio explores what makes us relatable.

Marriage Ministry
Location: Room 414 Facilitators: Andersons, Wagners, Christensons
Join us as we work our way through Ted Cunningham’s book, Fun Loving You. “FLY puts laughter, fun and even spin-the-bottle back into marriage.” We will be focusing on enjoying our marriages in the midst of the grind-laughing together, fighting as teammates-not opponents, figuring out how to break the routine without breaking the bank, remembering why our spouse is the most likable person we know, and more!

Thru the Bible
Location: Upper Room Facilitator: Jan Fekkes
This class is an in-depth exploration of the background, setting, and contemporary application of God's great story in Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation. This quarter we will be continuing our study of Paul's letters integrated with the Book of Acts. There will be a review for newcomers. Teens welcome.

Legacy Builders
Location: Rm 415 Facilitator: Pastor Brett Reid 
A class for parents-to-be, parents, and grandparents covering a variety of topics helping make faith the core of our parenting (grandparenting) as you weave your legacy.  This Fall, we will be studying "The Art of Parenting" from FamilyLife.  Our lessons are from parents who have applied the timeless principles of character, discipline, identity, and mission (to name a few) from the highs of parenting to the lows.