Making discipleship a high priority
Sept. 7 - Oct. 12
Classes start promptly at 9:30 a.m. and dismiss around 10:15 in order to to gather for worship.
Why should you participate in one of the four new Adult Sunday School courses beginning on September 7? Because as we grow in our knowledge of God, we can be more faithful followers of Jesus in our daily life.
2014 - 2015 Sunday School
Led by: Barry Jenkins and Steve Sanders
Location: Room 226
"Animate: Practices" is a seven-session series intended to generate thoughtful, open discussions about seven of the central, traditional practices of the Christian faith: prayer, food, worship, sacraments, money, service, and community. Each class will feature a short video led by a Christian thought leader in one of the seven areas. It is designed to tackle the questions people really have about these practices. Each class will be a stand-alone session, so you can drop in any Sunday without the need for any advance preparation or background knowledge.”
Read the Bible in 90 Days (First Half)
Led by: Jenny and Bill Davison
Location: Room 230
“By reading about 45 minutes a day over a 90 day period, a participant can read the entire bible. Our Sunday School class will feature a 20 minute video over viewing the week's reading, followed by group discussion. The emphasis is not on doctrine or theology, but an understanding of the bible's content and how its different parts relate to each other. Believers, new and old, and nonbelievers are welcomed!”
Not a Fan: Becoming a True Follower of Jesus
Led by: Dana Cook
Location: Room 227
"Not a Fan is a six week, video driven series centered around the calling of Jesus Christ to be a true follower of Him. It involves a dramatic story that is coupled with scripture and Biblical principles. In addition, there is a follower’s journal that is a daily, personal tool that will be used to grow and challenge individuals in specific ways. It will be optional but highly recommended.”
Covenant Sunday School Class
Location: Mary Reid Room
Covenant Sunday School Class is a study of the Bible. Each year we cover two or three Bible books in some detail as well as a study of some key persons in the Scripture. Members are encouraged to participate-- however, if you are not inclined to speak, you will not be called on. This year Harry Weigle and Cecil O'Bryan will co-teach with help from David Amerman and Mack Nickles. All ages are invited to attend.