Adult Sunday School

Sunday School is important for adults as well as children.  Our Adult Sunday School classes are essential to developing relationships with fellow members so that we can support and encourage one another on a more personal level as brothers and sisters in Christ.  

This fellowship / teaching time helps acquire a more comprehensive knowledge of Scripture and supports spiritual growth.

Adult Sunday School occurs from 11am - 11:50am on Sundays.

  • Young Adults

    Teacher:  Pastor Mike

    Location: Room L1 (downstairs) 

    Topic:  How to Read and Study the Bible

    A study that will share tips and best practices for believers at all maturity levels to get the most out of their time studying God's Word.  By following a tried-and-true process, we will improve our understanding of biblical texts and its application to our spiritual lives.

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    Teacher:  Dallas Hunt

    Location: Room L19 (downstairs)

    Topic:  James

    Utilizing a Regular Baptist Press study guide titled Genuine Faith, this class will be studying the book of James together.  We will learn what the Bible communicates regarding genuine faith, how to experience joy in hardships, patience in suffering and whole-heartedness in word and deed.

  • Abundant Life

    Teacher: Ned and Rinda Newhof

    Location: Room B1 (upstairs balcony)

    Topic:  Strengthening Your Marriage

    An interactive study as we learn from God's Word - and from each other's experiences - regarding how to strengthen and improve our marriages.  Whether you've been married for a few years or for several decades, there will be insights that you'll gain and application you can apply.

  • Faith Builders

    Teacher:  Mitch Veldman

    Location: Auditorium

    Topic:  1 Timothy

    A study in the book of 1 Timothy.  This class will study regarding the needed focus on sound doctrine, the qualifications of overseers and deacons, the roles and responsibilities that we have as church members and what makes a church good and pleasing to God.