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 11:15 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 September 14th:

The Baptist Identity
Leader: Pastor Jim Carlson, Chapel

This class will explore the intersection between faith and freedom, the way in which we understand the free exercise of religion in the U.S.  We will look at the current legal debates regarding religious freedom.  We will also review the way our Baptist heritage and predecessors shape our views today.  We will be using the book, “The Baptist Identity: Four Fragile Freedoms” by Walter B. Shurden.

“Kissing Fish – Christianity for People Who Don’t Like Christianity”
Leaders: Dr. Phil Ladd & Richard Heller, Parlor

We will be leading a book study on the book by Roger Wolsey –  “Kissing Fish, Christianity for people who don’t like Christianity”.  Kissing Fish is a scholarly yet thoroughly accessible introduction to Progressive Christianity. The book will guide you through the beliefs that inspires you to love one another in the transformative way Jesus proclaimed, including practices that will take your faith to a new level.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.