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.

  • Advent Classes

    We have two Advent-specific offerings:

    Advent Conspiracy will be led by Theresa James. This is a Bible-based look at how we might better plan our Christmas season to avoid the stress, expense, and lack of focus on the real meaning of Christmas. This class will begin with an introductory session on November 20th and will conclude on December 18th.

    If you would like to learn more about the curriculum, check out

    Our children and youth will also be learning from the Advent Conspiracy resources and curriculum developed for children and youth.

    Holy Disruption will be led by Pastor Brenda. This is a Bible study of the book of Mark from an Advent perspective. You may already know that the book of Mark has no birth narrative, nor does it have a resurrection narrative. So how in the world does Mark fits into Advent? Come and see! This class will begin with an introductory session on the uniqueness of the Gospel of Mark on November 13th and will also conclude on December 18th. We will follow Mark’s Gospel accompanied by the book Holy Disruption by Tracy S. Daub.