We're happy to serve one another in our church body through a few classes offered on Sunday mornings.
Each Sunday at 9am there are classes for children 4yo through adult. Our classes are offered September to May.
Our children's classes are using a curriculum called The Gospel Project. It's a "unifed curriculum," meaning that in each of our three classrooms (preschool, grades 1-3, grades 4-6) the teachers cover the same basic content related to the same section of Scripture. The difference between the content of each class has to do with the way the Scripture is taught in order to help children of different ages understand it.
The Gospel Story curriculum is helpful to parents for more than a few reasons. One example:
- Because the curriculum is unified, parents are able to follow up and reinforce each Sunday's teaching with all of their children, regardless of their age, since each class is covering the same basic content in age-appropriate ways.
We'd like to encourage parents to stay very involved with the discipleship of their children. Parents may think of the Sunday classes as a discipleship tool in their hand and work to partner with our teachers, rather than cede their responsibilities to the church.
We're happy to offer Sunday classes for children as a help to parents in discipling their kids. Feel free to vist the The Gospel Project website for more information on the curriculum.
For Youth/Young Adults
We offer one class for our youth (7th-8th grade) and young adults (9th-12th grade).
- The Gospel Project for Students (curriculum)
Two other Sunday classes are offered. Motivated youth and young adults (7th-12th grade) are also very welcome to join adults in these classes as well:
Theological Foundations (curriculum)
- Eternity 101 (video-based with Randy Alcorn)
Our Sunday classes are offered over 2 semesters. Each semester consists of 14 Sundays/lessons. We begin the first semester in September, and we complete the second semester in May.