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Children’s Sunday School

Kids will spend their time learning Bible Stories, doing group projects, playing and singing.  All Sunday School teachers are members of the church and have passed a background check before serving. We have recently switched to a new Sunday School curriculum! You can find out about it here. Check the list below to see what class your child should attend:

Please check your child(ren) in for Sunday School in the South Foyer and pick them up at the same location following Sunday School.

*Nursery (0-36 months)            1st Floor, South Wing, Nursery

 *3 & 4 Yr. Olds                                1st Floor, South Wing, Back Nursery

K – 2nd Grades                                2nd Floor, South Wing

3th – 5th Grades                              2nd Floor, South Wing

*Starred classes are during both the Worship Service and Sunday School

Teen Sunday School

  • 6th through 12th Grade – Balcony

Electives for  January 29 – February 26

Leviticus | Lincoln Fitch & Christian Schwenig | Sanctuary & Facebook LIVE

Leviticus can seem confusing or embarrassing or irrelevant for Christians today – confusing because it is hard to know what is going on. Embarrassing because of some of the awkward laws on cleanliness. Irrelevant because it seems so distant from our experience today.
Yet this overlooked book is densely packed with God’s word. Jerry Shepherd writes, “If we were to produce a red-letter edition of the Old Testament, with the words of God being in red, the book of Leviticus would proportionately have the highest red-letter count of any narrative book in the Old Testament.”
Leviticus was written, “for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope,” according to Paul (Rom 15:4). Leviticus is a practical book that you can understand. Leviticus is a beautiful book that Christians should be proud of. And Leviticus is a deeply practical book that helps us more deeply understand Christ’s atonement and how to pursue holiness today.
Come join us as we together learn how to understand this underappreciated excellent book of the Bible.


Work | Tim Faust | Overflow

What do you do? This common question normally leads us into a discussion of what we do for a living, or our job, our occupation, our profession, our calling, or our vocation. We define ourselves to a great extent by our answer to this question. For some of us, we have spent long periods of training and effort to develop our skills and abilities and may be pleased with our accomplishments. For others, we feel our jobs are somehow less than important and we shy away from the details.
For Christians, we know that we are to do everything for God’s glory but somehow, we get discouraged in our work and don’t feel God can be glorified by our endeavors. During this class, we will investigate the doctrine of vocation and how it impacts not just our workplace relationships, but all of our dealings with our families, our church, and our country.
God has called each one of us to serve Him precisely where we are as part of His Master plan for our lives. God provides for our needs always, but not often through miraculous means. In most cases our needs are provided for through the actions of those in our communities who are going about their business working without ever realizing that their actions are providing for you, just as you in performing your work provide for the needs of others without your awareness. Through our work we show love to our neighbor and have interaction with our peers allowing for the sharing of our faith. Work was ordained by God from the beginning of creation and is part of His plan for all of our lives.


Membership Course | Pastor Grossman | Library

Surveying the biblical basis of church membership, this class will discuss the doctrine, government, discipline, and history of the Bible Fellowship Church. This elective is particularly  recommended for those considering church membership, or interested in learning more about this church.


If you are looking for a copy of notes from an older class check the Sunday School Archive Here