Sunday School

Current Study - "Why Do I Need the Church"

How is being a part of a church different from being a part of any other organization? Since we know human beings are social creatures, we also know that we weren’t designed to live in isolation. We desire to belong, whether it’s belonging to a family, a group of friends, or a group with a shared interest. The church is a family, the body of Christ. Being a part of Christ’s church isn’t an option. God’s design is for us to live and serve together as His body. Join us this week as we study Ephesians.


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Sunday School Groups

Learn More About Sunday School For All Ages


Our goal is to provide you with Bible learning opportunities that promote transformation of life. Our core classes are on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. We offer coed classes as well as classes for women only and men only. Weekday and evening Bible study opportunities are also offered as a supplement to the Sunday School.


Our goal is to nurture college students and young adults who love the Lord God with all of their heart and help them express that love by being passionate followers of Jesus Christ. For those who want to go beyond casual Christianity, the College Ministry provides Bible study at 9:30 a.m. in the College House located at 1206 Lafayette St.


Helping teenagers know Christ, own their faith, and make Him known to others, the student ministry offers small groups or all 7th-12th grade guys and girls.  Students begin upstairs in E215 then move into smaller groups (guys or girls) with an adult leader.


Our Sunday School curriculum is designed to teach boys and girls about their relationship with God, Jesus, the Bible, the Church, their families, and others. All of the units and sessions apply Biblical truths to daily living. Children are grouped by school grade. 


Sunday School teaches preschoolers that church is a place where they are loved and accepted. The Bible is used continuously by teachers while children enjoy developmentally appropriate activities. 



Scott McKenzie
Minister of Education