Sunday Morning Bible Study Groups
Navigating your way through life can be a challenge. Whether you are dealing with family issues, wrestling with personal challenges or just seeking direction for your life, studying the Bible with others can help. Our Sunday morning Bible study groups are designed to keep the compass of your life pointed in the right direction. Join us on Sunday morning and let God speak to you through His Word.
Sunday School meets each Sunday morning from 9:45 to 10:45 am for adults of all ages.
The following class descriptions include a generalized age reference. Many classes have participants across the age spectrum. Adult classes welcome people of all ages.
Meets in Merriam Hall
Description: Mature adults, ages 60+.
Interaction: Single leader led with lively discussion.
Christian Family Ties Class
Meets in Room 313
Description: Singles and couples, 30 – 50’s.
Interaction: Bible study that influences our daily lives with guided discussion.
Meets in Room 302
Description: Mainly couples 50+, the generation “sandwiched” between the needs of young adult children and aging parents.
Interaction: Shared facilitating and lively group discussion.
Herb Taylor Class
Meets in Weber Lounge on the 1st floor
Description: Senior adults. This class started as a newlywed class for WWII veterans. This class is a loving, supportive and friendly group.
Interaction: Lecture with lively discussion.
Keep It Alive
Meets in Room 208
Description: All ages, Bible study.
Interaction: Shared teaching format.
Meets in Senior Pastor’s office
Description: Young adults in their 20’s and 30’s.
Interaction: This class loves God through Bible study (discussion style), loves people through relationship building, and serves others through personal, church, and community projects.
Meets in Room 21
Description: Mainly couples, 50+.
Interaction: Shared and lecture teaching.
Adult Discipleship Class
Meets in fellowship area
Description: Singles and couples, ages 50 – 85.
Interaction: Bible study that influences daily life with guided discussion.