Making discipleship a high priority!
Class groups normally meet Sept.-May and combine into one class for Summer Jubilee June-Aug. Check out the Home Page for Summer Jubilee during summer months.
Please plan to arrive for Sunday School around 9:20 a.m. so that your teacher can begin teaching at 9:30 a.m. It is important to dismiss around 10:15 in order to to gather for worship and center our hearts and minds.
2013-14 offerings below
Abundant Life Class
Room 227, Christian Education Building
For nearly two decades, this dialogue oriented class has reached out to adults possessing robust and evolving faith who have interest in how Jesus’ promise (Jn. 10:10) of “abundant life” may apply not only for themselves but for all of God’s creation. Scripture, Reformed theology, church history, and Presbyterian (PCUSA) teaching combine to challenge class participants to seek new and life-transforming ways to invest their faith “inwardly” and “outwardly.” While a faith is personal, it should never be private! This class seeks members who “get” and wish to explore further the pithy distillation of the gospel message that it is about “comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable.” The class is led by Dr. Sid Gates, an ordained Presbyterian minister and licensed marriage and family therapist. Intermittent guest presenters will augment insight regarding needed faith-application for various societal needs.
Room 230, Christian Education Building
This group of disciples is for adults of all ages and has periodic social gatherings throughout the year. Class leader Woody Belangia is devoted to leading class members to deepen their understanding of God's Word by
deepening one's love of God and neighbor (and vice-versa). The class is going through a series called "Jesus Driven", trying to interpret the lordship of
Jesus through the lens of Paul and John (and vice-versa). Class leader Woody Belangia teaches philosophy at Augusta State University and is proficient in ancient languages.
Covenant-Ackerman Taylor Class
Mary Read Room, lower level Children's Wing, Christian Education Building
Class members meet in the beautiful Mary Read Room of the Christian Education Building. The class is comprised of singles and couples ranging in age from sixties to nineties! The class enjoys studying the Bible one book at-the-time. Currently, The Gospel of Luke is under study. After The Gospel of Luke a book from the Old Testament is planned for study. Seasoned Bible teachers Cecil O'Bryan and Mack Nickles are co-teachers.
Room 226, Christian Education Building
Studying Paul for Everyone — The Prison Letters. Emmaus Class leaders Dr. Jerry and Jane Howington lead the class verse by verse using several study guides to stimulate questions and discussions amongst class members. Lively discussions and contributions from class members are the norm! Emmaus Class enjoys social gatherings about every two months.
Room 223, Christian Education Building
Discover Jesus - who he is and how we relate to him. Made up of couples in their 30s and 40s. Barry Jenkins and Dana Cook lead this class.
This class is comprised of young adults in their 20s and 30s who want to learn more about the Bible and build Christian friendships. It includes “pairs and spares,” as well as new parents. This small group is perfect for new believers and lifelong churchgoers alike. Class leaders are Anna and Steve Sanders. The class meets in the library which is adjacent to Fellowship Hall. The idea in this group is to coordinate with Dr. Rich's readings and sermons each week and focus on getting to know one another in a non formal environment. Word on the street is, "Expect some kind of gourmet coffee each week." Anna and Steve Sanders lead this class.