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 start each fall in September.
Thru the Bible
Saratoga Hall Upper Room – Facilitator: Jan Fekkes
Topic: Book of Hebrews
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. We will continue a study of the unique Book of Hebrews, which is basically a written sermon, exploring the theme of how the Son, Jesus Christ, is God's final revelation, and is greater than Angels, Moses, the High Priest, and the Old Covenant. All ages welcome (Recorded and posted to YouTube after Sunday School is over, click here to watch).
Challengers (Growing in Christ)
Madrona Hall room #304 – Facilitators: Pastor Mich Michl and Jake Krestinski
Topic: Do You Love Me? Feed My Sheep (Teacher: Charlie Keith)
Being “on mission with God” with World Vision for over 30 years, Charlie Keith will be sharing with the Challengers Class his life experiences with world missions from his missionary heart. In this class you will discover and reflect on God-stories from his travels around the world. The class will encourage and inspire people to invest in missions and to love God and neighbors more. This class will unpack issues of poverty and why we should care, teach best practices of Christian witness in community development, and apply them to our lives as Christ followers.
Single Moms Life Group
Saratoga Hall room #414 – Facilitators: Ron & Judy Hoefer, Molly Christensen, Teresa & Paul VanSant
This group is for single Moms of all ages and is meant to provide new life through the application of God’s Word, fresh encouragement, and practical ways of dealing with life’s feelings and challenges. You will find a wonderful, warm and welcoming group that will provide hope, peace and strength as you learn how to reject the world’s empty promises and seek God’s compassionate, relevant and transformative promises for dealing with life’s issues. Plus, we have lots of fun! Hope to see y’all.
High School & Middle School Groups (Sunday Connect) Grades 6-12th
Madrona Hall upstairs room #311 – Facilitators: Aaron Bardon & Tristan Frank
EYP and Capstone students, gather around for a time of fellowship, group discussion around that morning’s biblical teaching and enjoy a morning snack.