“Disciples Are Made Not Born” (Terry Ayers) “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19-20 NASB). Join us as we explore the Biblical answers to these and other questions. Find the deep purpose and meaning in life that exists in the truth of being and making disciples! (Meets in the Heritage Room)
Men’s Class (Scott Shepherd) Our class time will combine a study of the Word with prayer and fellowship as a brotherhood of men of all ages. (Meets in the classroom near the men’s restroom in the education wing)
“Gideon” (Ladies – Diana Jones) Join us for another study by Priscilla Shirer. (Meets in the education wing, first classroom on the left)
Willing Disciples (Dan Ashton) During class, we read and discuss the passages that will be used in that morning’s sermon. This is very helpful in preparing our minds for the message. (Meets in the Activity Room near the kitchen)
2-3 year olds (Betsy Shepherd & Lacy Shirey) Using “Hands On” Bible curriculum, this fall the children will be studying how: God made the world; God made the animals; and God made me from Genesis 1. (Meets in toddler room)
4 year olds-1st Grade through 3rd Grade (Jennifer Sandberg, Carol Purdy, Tami Evans, & Taylor Gillum) We are using a curriculum, provided by Group, called “Living Inside Out” for our 4 years olds through 3rd graders will. Initially each week, the children will meet together as a large group and then separate into two small groups as needed. The themes throughout the fall are: 1) God’s Character; 2) Sharing Faith; and 3) The Church. (Meets in education wing, first room on right)
4th & 5th Grade (Karen Ashton): “How Majestic is Your Name” The names of God are wonderful revelations of His majestic character. This study presents the Hebrew names of God in the Old Testament and the names of Christ and the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. Each lesson encourages children to see and rejoice in the goodness and greatness of God as they explore the meaning of His glorious names.
Jr. High (6th-8th grade) (Dave and Terri Fulton) The class will examine different world views and how a true believer should be careful to look at issues and our culture through God’s eyes and the Scriptures.
(Meets in the Jr. High room downstairs)
Sr. High (Rob Shaver) The focus of the Senior High Sunday School class will be the four Gospels. High school students will spend time together exploring the unique ways Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John tell the gospel story. They will be looking for a deeper, more complete understanding of how Christians are called to live in a world that needs to hear the good news. (Meets in the Sr. High room downstairs)