CLASSES

SUNDAY MORNING EDUCATION AND DISCIPLESHIP

THE BOOK OF GALATIANS

Teacher: Rick Welty
Youth Room
9:40am

The study of  Paul’s letter to the church in Galatia centers around the fact that we’re justified (saved) by faith.  The Galatians held tightly to the Old Covenant and the Mosaic Law.  Change was hard for these early Christian churches, as well as it is today.

ROMANS

Teachers: Pastor Lee Johnson
Learning Center 
9:40am

This class is going verse by verse through the entire books of Romans.

1 & 2 Samuel

Teacher: Sue Hulett
C-10
9:40am

We are currently going through a historical and theological study of the Old Testament books of 1 & 2 Samuel.

Women2Women Sunday School Class

Teacher: Anita Beetler
Library
9:40am

A class designed for the soul-care of women.  Topics are chosen that relate specifically to women of all ages, showing how God relates to the female gender and how to live in a way that pleases God.  As a class we attempt to create community and discuss how the Bible helps us to overcome life's struggles. We care currently going through a study by Nancy Leigh DeMoss Wolgemuth called "Lies Women Believe and the Truth that Sets them Free."

THE BOOK OF LUKE

Teacher: Jane Herring
C-8
9:40am

A women’s class designed to gain a deeper knowledge of Jesus. We are studying through the gospel of Luke. This beloved physician investigated & wrote, in consecutive order, about the life of Jesus Christ- the Son of Man.

“so that you may know the exact truth about the things we have been taught.” Luke 1:4

THE CROSS APPLIED (temporarily paused)

Teacher: Mike Reese
C-4 (Elder Room)
Starting July 10, 9:40am

The Cross Applied. A study about finding life in the message of the cross. We are an open discussion class that is dedicated to strengthen the faith of both young and older Christians. In Romans chapter 5, Paul warns believers to not remain as babes, but to mature in order to better understand good and evil. We will have open discussions on how the cross brings us life through the book “The Cross Applied."