Please feel free to grab a cup of coffee in Fellowship Hall, say hello to your friends, and then join us in one of our Sunday morning Adult Learning Opportunities.

Sunday School begins at 11:20 a.m., following morning worship and fellowship time.

Here you will find spiritual enrichment, friendships, support, and opportunities to share common experiences with others on a similar journey of faith.

A variety of classes is offered each quarter. Whether you wish to know more about the Bible, issues facing society, or dealing with life’s hardships, we hope there will be a Sunday School class to fit your needs and interests.

Beginning Sunday, January 12th:

Faith 101
Leader: Pastor Jim Carlson, Chapel

Have you ever wondered if you really understand what the Christian faith is? This class is designed to help laypersons and new believers learn the basics of Christian theology, or why we believe what we believe about God.  We will explore the basic teachings of the Christian faith and their relevance today in simple and plain language, thus making faith more accessible to those who are not so familiar with it.  Even if you’ve been a person of faith for a long time, this class will challenge you to reconsider what you already know about your faith.

Parenting & Family Life from a Christian Perspective
Leader: Dr. Phil Ladd, Parlor

We will consider how to approach parenting, relationships, and family life from a Christian perspective.

A Blueprint for Building
Leaders: John Dusek & Earl Pilgrim, Garage

This is a hands-on class which builds useful items for the church and its ministry partners.  We invite you to join us as we explore new avenues of building and service.


For Young Adults, ages 18 – 25
Leader: Mark Grizzard, Church Library – Room 224

Young Adults, ages 18-25, are invited to a weekly gathering for fellowship and discussion, as we work to foster a  relevant Christian faith in today’s world.    Activities include a monthly outing to a local restaurant or coffee shop, following the morning worship service. On other weeks, the group will gather in the church to discuss culture, adulthood, and ways to apply biblical principles to our lives.