SUNDAYS @ 8:00 am
Early Risers Sunday School - Hilliard building in room 105

SUNDAYS @ 9:00 am
The Searchers - McClung building room 305

Search with us! A searcher is an adult of any age and stage who seeks to grow in Christ. All you need to join is a desire to search the Word of God. As we finish a unit of study, the class collectively decides the next area of study.

SUNDAYS @ 10:05 - 10:55 am
Young Family Sunday School Class in Pastor’s office

Creative BS (Bible Study) Sunday School for Young Adults -McClung building room 310

The Inquirers - McClung building room 302

Do you have an inquiring mind and heart? Are you seeking spiritual growth? Then this is the class for you! Come join us for study in the scriptures to see how they relate to our lives today. We enjoy fellowship through prayer and the exchange of ideas and beliefs. Visitors are always welcome.

Millennium Miracles (M&M) - McClung building room 303
Come join us for a 5-week study on "The Shack." Starting on Sunday, September 29, 2019 in M&M Sunday
class room 303 at 9:30 am. A study on love, forgiveness and connection with God. Everyone Welcome.  Come Sunday 9:30 in the Room 303 McClung bldg. Great discussions. 

Builders Class - McClung building room 301
Join us for "fun, fellowship, hymns and lessons." Everyone is invited.

The Procrastinators -McClung building room 305
You are invited to join the Procrastinators on Sunday, April 3rd, as we start an 8 week video study on "Mere Christianity" - a book some say is C.S. Lewis's greatest. Of course, it didn't start as a book. It started as a series of BBC radio broadcasts delivered during WWII when Britain was being bombed in a world gone mad. In these broadcasts C.S. Lewis, a former atheist now Christian, simply explains the basic tenets of the Christian faith. Over 70 years later, does "Mere Christianity" have any relevance to our world today? Host Eric Metaxas (author of Bonhoeffer) and others help us understand the timeless message of C.S. Lewis in fresh ways for a new generation. Having a copy of the book for reading assignments is recommended but not required.