Sundays at 9:45am
Children’s Sunday School
Children of all ages can profit greatly from the word of God. His word is quick and lively, and the Holy Spirit uses the preached, taught, and memorized word, even in the smallest of the church’s members.
The primary part of our Sunday School program is Bible teaching. Beginning in Genesis and ending with Revelation, we teach through the major stories of the Bible in two-year cycles. By the time a child completes the course of instruction, they will have gone through the Bible four times.
We include Scripture memorization in every Sunday School class, starting at age two. At the completion of the program, the student will potentially memorize over 180 verses.
We use catechisms to supplement Bible teaching. Children begin learning and memorizing the Catechism for Young Children. At the age of six, children start working through our primary doctrinal standard, the Heidelberg Catechism.
At the age of 12, children begin catechism class. During the three-year program, students will study church history, work through the “Study Helps on the Heidelberg Catechism” book, and memorize the Heidelberg Catechism.
Links to the Sunday School workbooks for each respective class.
Adult Sunday School
The elders teach the adult Sunday School class. Studies rotate between a book of the Bible, a particular doctrinal focus, and practical subjects. Elder Kurt Snow recently finished a series on money and possessions and is now teaching verse by verse through the story of Joseph in the Old Testament.