Being followers of Jesus Christ goes a lot deeper than just saying we are a Christian and attending worship. A life of faith is a daily walk, involving study, prayer, and connecting with one another in community. Sunday School meets from 9:45 to 10:35 am each Sunday morning. Adult Classes are in the Benson Building (the north wing); children and youth classes meet in the Humble Building (the south wing).
Children and Youth Classes
*Infant Nursery: Birth to 18 months
*Pre-School Nursery: 18 months to Age 4
Early Elementary (K,1, 2): Age 5 through 2nd Grade
Older Elementary: Grades 3 – 5
Jr. High: Grades 6 – 8
Sr. High: Grades 9 – 12
*Our infant and pre-school nurseries are also available during Morning Worship.
Young Adult Ministry:
YAM meets upstairs in the Fellowship Hall and enjoys a casual atmosphere in learning more about Scripture and how to apply it in their lives. YAM, whose members range in age from 18-40, frequently get together for social gatherings and also participate in local missions to improve our community.
Pathfinders is an interactive, discussion-based class with a focus on in-depth Bible study and is open to anyone seeking to learn more about the Bible. We are open to newcomers and enjoy learning while sharing our struggles and the joys of living our faith every day.
Good News is a discussion-based group that frequently uses video curriculum from pastors and church leaders to provide background to help learn more about the Christian faith and how to apply it today. The group describes itself as diverse and active and believes in applying their faith to make a difference in the world.
Faith Bible is one of our longest-running Sunday School classes and each week studies a passage of Scripture. The class takes pride in caring and praying for one another and sharing the wisdom God has given them with one another and the church.
J. Ray Stuart
The J. Ray Stuart Class studies a passage of Scripture each week through the Adult Bible Study curriculum but is more than just a class that meets on Sunday mornings. They deeply love the church and want to grow in their faith and meet for lunch once per month. This class is a community and welcomes newcomers to their fellowship.