Sunday Morning Classes

Sunday Morning Classes

WORSHIP (in-person, masks/distancing, no singing) at 8:30AM
SUNDAY MORNING CLASSES meet** from 9:30-10:30am
**CURRENTLY BY ZOOM** (contact church for link)
WORSHIP (in-person, masks/distancing, singing) at 11:00AM
LIVESTREAM at 11:00AM or archived after Sunday pm on Youtube

All of our Sunday School classes exist to prepare adults, youth, and children for living for Christ in the real world. We use a variety of learning methods and teaching styles, so there is a fit for every type of learner, and each class or study includes a practical, relevant application to real life – where you are. We believe the purpose of Christian education is not just to fill our minds, but to change our hearts and lives. Look through the options below to find your fit or contact us for help to find what’s just right for you.

In-person classes are currently suspended for COVID-19.


Location: ZOOM
Facilitator: Jim Hinton

Jim Hinton facilitates using a series by David Jeremiah entitled “Forward.” (It is not necessary to own the book to participate). The class is about moving forward, trusting that everything in our past has prepared us for what God has in store for us next. It’s a great class to start any time!

“Reading/Discussion of Beyond Colorblind (Sarah Shin)”
Location: ZOOM
Facilitators: Emily Pearce, Leslie Pack, Heather Austell

The book, Beyond Colorblind by Sarah Shin is written by a Christian for Christians and is focused on encouraging Christians to use our own experiences as well as that of others to be a reconciling witness to the world. From the description of the book on Amazon: “For a generation or so, society has tried to be colorblind. People say they don’t see race. But this approach has limitations. In our broken world, ethnicity and racial identity are often points of pain and injustice. We can’t ignore that God created us with our ethnic identities. We bring all of who we are, including our ethnicity and cultural background, to our identity and work as God’s ambassadors. Ethnic healing can demonstrate God’s power and goodness and bring good news to others.” The class will meet through Zoom and will read portions of the book together and discuss. We want to explore these complicated issues without getting political or judgmental – everyone learns and processes in his or her own way, and we want this time to be supportive and confidential as we learn together. All are invited – no prior knowledge of the issues or participation in any discussions are needed. If you are interested in attending, please use the contact page on this site to reach out and one of the class facilitators will reach out to you.