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Spring Sunday School Classes  

Jesus: The Word of God’s Grace - Dan Carter


Our time together will involve a thorough examination of the first chapter of John's gospel. Using the analogy of faith, we will study how God revealed His gracious nature in the incarnation and ministry of Jesus. By looking upon the glory of God in the face of Christ, our lives are transformed into His glorious image, which is the endgame of God's purpose for us (II Corinthians 4:6; 3:18, cf. Romans 8:26-30).


Beyond (College Age/Young Adult) -  Sarah & Matt Cline, Nickie & Jared Kirchgessner, Sami Haley, Brian Kelleher, Rev. Kim Talley

Gap Room

Join us for donuts and good coffee as we dive deeper into the weekly Sunday sermon, both by studying and by open, honest discussion. We will also have various activities, retreats, and mission projects, both locally and internationally.


B-12 Class - Carol Allen

Room 204

Our Bible and 12-Steps class will explore more of the spiritual principles embedded in the 12 Step program using the Life Recovery Bible as our text. Anyone is welcome to join us! We practice radical honesty and radical dependence on God for our recovery. Our class gives people in treatment programs and shelters a place to grow in their Christian faith.  It also gives members a safe place to become more Christ-like as well as to let go of our problems and addictions.  

Women of Worth - Lindsey Palmer, Emily Wood

Room 202

This is an opportunity for women to connect and grow closer to Christ and one another. We'll be studying The Armor of God by Priscilla Shirer.


The Sonflower’s Class - Caryl Smith

Room 207

We will study the Fruits of the Spirit.


Kaleidoscope - Mary & David Mullin, Jay O’Brien  

Room 209  

We will continue our study of the Book of Ezekiel. You don’t have to learn about heaven from dubious Internet sources; you can get the straight skinny from God himself in Ezekiel. If you wonder what happens to the people of a wealthy nation who ignore God’s word, practice idolatry, love their sexual sins, rob their fellow citizens, starve and cheat the poor, and collect usury, tune into Ezekiel. Want to read the most wonderful, moving prophecies of Christ’s coming outside of Isaiah? Ezekiel has verses you will never forget. We are so sure you will love this class that if you’re not satisfied after attending our class for 90 days, we will return your tuition in full…with interest.


Berean Class - Shannon Brooks, Duane Harp, Alan Keister, Karen Stout, David Terry

Room 206
This is a teaching and discussion group of Scripture that is relevant today.


Men’s Bible Study - Darrell Schmidt, Sam Ives

Room 205

We’ll be looking at the parables and the issues of Spiritual Warfare.


The Upper Room - Andrew Amstutz, Brian Oliver, Brady Clark

Room 304

Young adults meet for discussion-format teaching. 

What About Children & Youth?


Children from preschool to 5th grade are learning from a series called Foundations of Faith in our new curriculum DIG IN, by Group Publishing.


Check in for all children is at the desk just inside the glass doors on the 1st floor of the Children’s Wing. Early Childhood children go to class on the 1st floor and Elementary head upstairs to Room 232 on the 2nd floor. Parents pick up children after class at the classroom doors.


Sunday Mornings

                  Birth – 2 years:     Lamb Room
Preschool worship 
Preschool - Kindergarten:     Turtle Room

9:45 Sunday School Hour 
Early Childhood 

Birth – 2 years:                         Rooms 134

Preschool – Kindergarten:      Turtle & Bluebird Rooms



9:45 Combined Gathering:      Room 232

        then go to:

                  1st & 2nd Grade:     Room 234

                  3rd Grade:               Room 243

                  4th & 5th Grade:     Room 245




Birth – 2 years:                         Lamb Room


Preschool worship

Preschool -  Kindergarten:      Turtle Room


Middle School/High School A&O Sunday - 10:00 a.m.

Anna McCay, Draven Gore

A&O House

Join us for a small group Bible study that follows the theme of the sermon series.