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.
“Zooming in on some Notable Bible Passages”
Facilitator: Jim Hinton
Jim Hinton leads a scripture study class looking at some well-known scripture passages in order to dig in and apply them in our lives today. It’s a great class to start any time!
“Facing Racism: A Vision of Intercultural Community”
Facilitators: Emily Pearce, Cindy Dolinger
[Note: this class started in June 2020 and should finish around the end of October 2020; we hope to repeat the topic in late Fall or January 2021.]
Racism continues to be a huge cultural issue in America. From driving acts of violence, general discord, levels of poverty, discrimination in workplace, and now susceptibility to viruses. We’d like to study and respond to this issue in the context of our faith and invite anyone interested to join us! The PCUSA has some guidance about how the Church should face racism, and has issued a guide for studying the issue. In our Sunday School class we will learn what the Bible says about racism, how we as Christians should respond, and how we as a Church and American citizens need to modify our behaviors to help with the issues. The guide is online for download or reference, and the class will be largely discussion and Bible study oriented, with an emphasis on supporting one another.