NOTE: In the Fall of 2021, we permanently moved our Sunday Morning Sunday School classes to Wednesday night. We made this decision for many reasons, but the two primary reasons are: (1) It gives us more time to teach and (2) It provided a meaningful opportunity to reconnect with our church family in the middle of the week. We are thankful to the Lord that this has only served to intensify our discipleship efforts as a church.
We believe that every Christian is called and gifted to minister in some capacity (1 Cor 12). Our Mid-Week Discipleship classes meet on Wednesday nights, from 6:00-7:15 PM, and are our attempt to equip our children, teens and adults with the theological grounding, Biblical world-view, and practical skills they need to pursue God, love people, and multiply fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
CHILDREN (3-1/2 yrs – 5th grade)
Our classes for 3-1/2 years through 1st grade and 2nd-5th grade will be continuing in their studies of the Old Testament using the Answers Bible Curriculum. Our children will be wrapping up their time in the Old Testament this Fall, then moving on to the Gospels in January.
The Answers in Genesis (AIG) curriculum seeks to provide our children with a comprehensive view of the Bible while emphasizing that our children need to know they can trust the Word of God. By mixing in apologetics, AIG focuses on instilling an appreciation for the authority and trustworthiness of Scripture.
In addition to learning the Bible, we will be focusing on helping our children learn the books of the Bible and memorize various Bible verses.
If you’d like to learn more about the children’s curriculum, CLICK HERE .
TEENS (6th – 12th grade)
This Fall our Teens will be wrestling over the hardest questions young people today have about Christianity. We will be reading and discussing the book “10 Questions Every Teen Should Ask (and Answer) About Christianity” by Rebecca McClaughlin. McCalaughlin assumes our youth have difficult questions that they want answered, and she does a great job providing solid answers from God’s Word. She also includes a large number of research projects and papers that support the answers she gives. She is both winsome and direct, and I am convinced that our youth will benefit from her book.
Have you ever felt stuck in your Christian life? Have you struggled with the call to sanctification, feeling like you are just battling the same sins and issues over and over and over again? Have you bought self-help books that never really helped? Well, the truth of the matter is that virtually every Christian has experienced the very same difficulty. But that does not mean that we are powerless to change. No. The problem, as Lane and Tripp point out in their book, How People Change is that most Christians do not grasp the gospel’s power to bring real life change and increasing joy in Jesus Christ.
Join us this fall as we expose the primary source of our failures and find the lasting hope and power we need to grow in grace and holiness.
The adult class meets in the Worship Center, and is led by Pastor Mark, with other leaders of the church occasionally teaching the lesson.