Sunday School

Sunday School is at 10:00 AM! 

We offer a variety of Sunday School classes for our church to explore, learn, and dive deeper. 

Some of these classes are stand alone classes that will last between 3 to 6 weeks and may include

Bible study, art making, mission work, book studies, and much more. 

Come and join us!

  • Children and Youth Class

    We offer a number of Sunday school opportunities for children and youth. During the 10:00 AM hour, we will have two children's Sunday school classes with age-appropriate lessons and activities (for Pre-k to 5th grade) PLUS a Junior High/High School “hangout time.” The "hangout time" is a time for fellowship, weekly check-ins, and casual conversation. 

    - Children's classes are held in the kid's wing on the first floor. 

    - Youth meet in the youth lounge on the second floor.

  • open door class

    Generally, this class is based on the Bible but without canned lessons. The theology is intended to be broad enough to be receptive to all Christians with varying understandings. The goal of this class is to learn something new or see something from a new and different perspective. 

    Led by Greg Gossett. 

    Located upstairs, adjacent to the south stairwell. 

    For more information or if you have any question, reach out to Greg Gossett.


    The Bible in One Year class is coming to a unique juncture. On Sunday, October 1st they will move into the New Testament. If you have been thinking of joining this class, this may be the perfect time. Each week, class participants read the daily readings from the reading plan. On Sunday, one member of the class will lead a discussion on one reading, idea, or event from the prior week’s reading followed by a discussion. There is a sign-up sheet in the room for those who would like to volunteer to lead a weekly discussion. The class gathers on the second floor in the Koinonia Room (the purple door room.)

    For a list of the readings click HERE.

  • The Journey Class

    The Journey Class is watching the much-talked-about series, The Chosen! This is how one of the creators described the series in an interview: “‘The Chosen’ is a narrative show, which means it’s not a documentary. It’s also not a church. It’s not a nonprofit ministry. It’s not formally connected to a denomination or faith tradition. And it’s absolutely not a replacement for scripture. It’s a show. However, that’s not to diminish the importance of getting things right. We have an obligation to take this seriously. We are talking about the son of God here.” 

    We have been watching Season One and it is wonderful to see scripture come alive! Join us! 

  • Talk Back with the Sermon

    Talk Back With The Sermon is an insightful and engaging class taking place from Sunday, September 24 – Sunday, November 26 immediately following the 9:00 AM worship service and meets in the fellowship hall. 

    The class is 30 minutes long. The first 15 minutes are dedicated to coffee and donuts while engaging in small group discussions. This is a great opportunity to connect with others and share your thoughts related to the Sunday sermon.

    After the initial 15 minutes, the preacher leads a discussion on the sermon that we heard during worship. This is a chance for us to deepen our understanding of the sermon and explore different perspectives on its message.

    Come prepared for an enlightening and uplifting experience.