Sunday School

Sunday mornings offer the opportunity to participate in a Bible study class that is appropriate to your age and life stage. Our Sunday School starts at 9:45am and is offered to all ages. There are many adult, youth and children's Sunday School classes. Volunteers will be available to assist you in finding the perfect class for you and your family.

Preschool Children

Our preschoolers learn about the Bible through stories and playtime.

Elementary School Age Children

Our young children learn about the Bible while having fun with games and crafts.

Youth (Grades 6th - 12th)

Youth from 6th to 12th grades enjoy fellowship and Bible study. Our Youth building, located behind our Fellowship Center, provides a wonderful place for our youth to socialize, play music and eat as well as study God's word.

Adults

We offer a variety of adult Sunday School classes which are broken down by ages and life stages. We will be happy to help you find the class that best meets your needs. Each group uses a Study Guide to study the Bible and enjoys open discussions, as well. Clases have a mission focus on community needs and are involved in church projects, such as Sabbath Soup Kitchen each 3rd Sunday. Classes enjoy social times during the holidays and plan special activities throughout the year.

Hearts and Minds taught by Tim Turner. An active College, Young Adult, and Young Married class.

Good News

Bible Seekers

Standing Stones taught by Nancy Von Dohlen, Elaine Stewart, and Judy Rider - a class for senior adults. The group studys from CBF materials.

Shekinah taught by Walter Gryder and Dick Von Dohlen - a class for senior adults. The group studys from CBF materials.

Koinonia

Gleaners

Master Workmen

Roseman

Sigmon 

Caring Hearts taught by Ray Ledford - a class for single and married adults. The group focuses on books of the Bible. They have studied Daniel and Revlation.