SUNDAY SCHOOL | 9:30 AM
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 use the Gospel Project for our 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 Yr. Olds – K 1st Floor, South Wing, Back Nursery
1st – 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 – With adult Sunday School during summer quarter
Electives for January 21- February 25
James | Joshua Kuipers |Sanctuary
“Faith without works is dead.” What does that mean? How do faith and works go together? What does it mean to be a Christian? How do I know if I am saved? The book of James covers those questions. James the half-brother of Christ wrote out of concern there were many professors of faith and not processors of faith. Just hearers of the Word and not doers of the Word. This six week course will provide both an exposition of James and practical ways to live authentically for Christ. To test yourself to see if you are in the faith. How to pursue holiness and being zealous for good works. It will also confront important controversies such as easy-believism and antinomianism which permeate the church. James is also a deep theological book, covering areas such as prayer, temptation, Christology, demonic evil, sin and suffering. It is a book that will both challenge and exhort us to live authentically for the glory of God.
Holy Matrimony in an Age of Degeneracy| David Siegfried | Overflow
The alarms have been sounding for decades about the rising threats to the family and the erosion of the institution of marriage. Now the reality of those warnings are easily seen while lamentations for what has been lost have largely taken their place. As the cultural supports for marriage diminish, the need for biblical wisdom and true Christian marriage is ever more apparent. God’s plans and instructions for marriage have not changed and will continue to be our light in the midst of darkness.