Sunday School and Bible Fellowship

Sundays @ 9:45am 
We offer many opportunities to grow and learn in your faith! Sunday School and Bible Fellowship classes are a great way to study the Bible and make new friends.

Sunday School (Children)

Our children’s classes are organized by grade (PreK-5th Grade) and are currently studying The Gospel Project curriculum by Lifeway. We also provide a nursery for infants. Contact Margo Schwartz for more information on how to connect.

Bible Fellowship (Students)

Backyard Student Ministry invites all students 6th-12th grade to “The Den” to participate in fun and interactive classes based on the Bible Studies for Life: Students curriculum by Lifeway. Contact Doug Baughan for more information on how to connect.

Bible Fellowship (Adults)

•  Christ-Centered Parenting: This class is for parents of children and teens who are navigating the waters of raising God-loving individuals in a broken world. Jason Bland, Fellowship Hall (upstairs)
WhatsNext: WhatsNext is for young adults (18-25) who are just getting started on their journey into adulthood, college, and other big “firsts” that happen in this season of life. Rich Jones, Jr, Adult Annex, A7
Explore the Bible: Explore the Bible takes participants deep into Scripture, revealing context essential to understanding the text’s original intent, and promoting transformation through God’s Word in everyday life. Kevin Sheesley, Sr., Adult Annex, A1; Tracy Bolt, Children’s Wing, C1
Bible Studies for Life: Bible Studies for Life, designed for students to Know God’s Word through trustworthy Bible study content, create biblical community through engaging and conversational group studies, and engage culture missionally by unpacking what the Bible says about real-life issues. Wayne Foy, Adult Annex, A3
The Gospel Project: The Gospel Project takes men and women on a chronological, Christ-centered journey through the storyline of Scripture. This winter study shows how God raised up a deliverer to lead His people out of slavery, just as one day He would send His Deliverer to redeem His people from slavery to sin and death. Having received God’s Ten Commandments, the Israelites wasted no time in breaking them. But faithful to His promises, the Lord provided the place and the means by which His sinful people could find atonement for their sins and worship Him. Ultimately, however, true atonement is found only in the sacrifice of Jesus. Steve Schwartz, Adult Annex, A2
• Masterwork: MasterWork presents both current and classic works of respected Christian authors and leaders in a challenging Bible study format. Bonnie Summers,  Admin Wing Classroom