Adult Sunday School
The Yokefellow Class: Our Bible studies seek to apply scripture to Christian living. We sometimes call ourselves the “formerly young adult class.” We welcome all adults to join us. This class meets in the Yokefellow Room. For more information, contact Bo Houff (email@example.com)
The Upper Room Class: With over 20 members on our roster, we are one of the larger Sunday School classes. We attend both the 9am and 11 am worship services and comprise a truly multi-generational (ages mid-30’s to 70+) and multi-denomination background group. What brings us all together is the desire to dive deeper into God’s word; to study, discuss and reflect upon the biblical truths it contains which can guide our lives. In addition to reinforcing our faith via knowledge, our class also seeks to grow our faith via fellowship and mission occasions. We seek to gather together regularly for pot-luck suppers, church events and service opportunities. Our class has traditionally supported the Open Arms Ministry, Crossnore School and Children’s Home along with ChildFund International. Many other shorter term evangelistic mission opportunities are also supported. We invite you to come and visit a place where new faces are welcomed, longtime members feel loved and all feel they have come in direct contact with the heart of the bible. Contact Cheryl Gross (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
The Seekers Class: Seekers class curriculum consists of Bible Studies and small group studies by many contemporary authors. These studies can relate to topics that are relevant in today’s world and that affect our daily physical and spiritual lives.
The Fellowship Class: The Fellowship Class is a mixed-aged discussion based Sunday School class that examines the intersections between current events, relevant topics, and our Christian faith. Contact Emily Jennings (email@example.com) for more information.
The Wesleyan Class: The Wesleyan Class is a group of mostly older adults who meet to discuss the Quarterly standard Bible Study Curriculum and grow in faith together. All are welcome to join!
Parent's Class: The Parents Sunday School class is geared toward parents of youth and children, but everyone is welcome to attend. Pastor Paul leads this group which meets in the Library and includes time for coffee, fellowship, a discussion based on the day’s sermon topic, and prayer.
Please contact Pastor Kara Chamberlin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.