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Adult Sunday School

Sunday Morning Opportunities to Study God's Word

We have many classes for adults during the Sunday School hour (11:00 to 11:50 a.m.) that are offered on an ongoing basis. These classes rotate teachers and topics. Anyone is welcome to join any class at any time. The current classes and topics are:

Contemporary Class 

Current Topic: Advent 

 The season of Advent is more than just a day or two.  Shrouded in mystery God decreed Advent before the dawn of creation.  The prophets spoke of a Child to be born.  God taking the form a Man.  How can that be?  The mystery grew deeper.  To no ones’ surprise, all the people in the Advent story had questions.  Answers were in short supply.  The Contemporary Class will explore some of these mysteries and questions as we prepare once again to celebrate the coming of the Christ-Child into our world.

Meeting in Room 18. Click HERE to join the class meeting via Zoom.

Fellowship Class

Current Topic: The Gospel of Mark

Mark was the first Gospel written and Peter was a major source of material on the life of Jesus.  Mark accompanied Paul on his first missionary journey, but turned back halfway through. Mark's style of writing is simple and straightforward, making it easier for his intended readers to understand his Gospel about the Son of God.

Meeting in Room 16

Christian World View Class 
Current Topic: The class looks at selected world news stories from a Christian perspective.

Meeting in the Conference Room

Book Study
Current Topic: Disciples Dilemma by Dennis Allen

Dennis Allen is committed to developing disciples.  He was a Langley F-15 pilot, then a national and international business CEO, served in the leadership of startup, mid-size and mega churches and is an Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics alumnus.

Questions his book generates:   

  • Why are millennials leaving the church in droves? 

  • Why do pastors and staff members work themselves to exhaustion while most church members just warm the pews? 

  • Why do believers war with one another instead of pulling together? 

  • Why has society stopped listening to the concerns of Christians? 

  • Are we forging reproductive disciples or just multiplying 'Christianized' spectators? 

Meeting in the Parlor

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