Adult Sunday School Classes – 9:45 am – 10:50 am
Our Christian Education Ministry Team would like to welcome you and your family to our Sunday School Ministry. We are committed to creating an environment for you and your grow in your relationship with Christ.
Women of the Hebrew Bible
Leader: Terrie C.
Using the Brethren Press Covenant Bible Study Guide, this class will study fascinating women in the Hebrew Bible, our Old Testament. All are noteworthy, some are notorious. Some are so obscure as to be forgotten, like Abigail. Others are so well known that we take them for granted, like Sarah. We will look at their lives in light of biblical context, in light of history and current events, in light of Christ and the New Testament, and in light of our own lives. Their stories will surprise you and challenge you.
Cards and Caring Class
This is a class where expertise is combined with hearts, hands, and dedication, for the purpose of serving the least amongst us. This particular group ministers in a variety of ways. These include sending cards, knitting prayer shawls, making school kits for flood victims, and making hats and scarves for the homeless. Members of this class are connecting with people and their basic needs, while making a difference in their lives through volunteerism.
All About Paul
Leader: Wayne K.
Room: Old Fellowship Hall
This fall, this class will provide an in-depth study of an Apostle of Christ, Paul. Join in on discussions about the teachings, conversion, and ministry of this Apostle.
Real Life, Real Families
Leaders: Krista & Jared K. and Jen R.
Room: Executive Dining Room
Each family is unique as the individuals who make it up, yet all families face challenges and sometimes serious problems. This faith- based curriculum will help participants learn from the real-life experience of others and encouraging them in addressing family needs or problems in a healthy way. Some of the class topics include: Lasting Marriage, Getting Along with Your Families, Working Parents, Stay at Home Moms, and teaching Peace to Children. This class will be using a curriculum from the Mennonite and Menno Media Press.