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.


    Join us for a year-long class based on a study of the Bible arranged according to when the events took place. When you read the Bible chronologically, you come away with a greater grasp on history, people groups, and story-line than any other method. Reading chronologically helps pull the loose ends of each book together to bring the reader greater clarity about the connections that exist in the Bible. 

    Click HERE for a copy of the reading plan.

    Each week, class participants will be encouraged to read the daily readings for that week. Then, on Sunday, one member of the class will lead a discussion on one reading or an idea or event from the prior week's readings. Then, the class will spend the last few minutes sharing other insights they gained from the readings.

    The begin the class on January 8th at the regular Sunday School the Koinonia Room (the purple door room) on the second floor. You are welcome to come and study all year long with us...or come anytime you would like. 

  • How to Pray: A Simple Guide for Normal People by Pete Greig. 

    Pete Greig is the founder of the 24/7 prayer movement and has personally seen the amazing results of prayer. In this class, we will explore his simple but powerful method of Pause, Rejoice, Ask, and Yield.

    We meet in the Computer Lab on the 2nd floor across the hall and down a bit from the Open Door class.