Sunday School Classes

Our Sunday School ministry is committed to creating an environment for you and your family to grow in your relationship with Christ. Adult and Children’s classes are listed below to help you find a class that will best suit your interest. We look forward to being together. Please contact us if you have any questions about our Sunday School program.

 

May-June, 2015 Sunday School Classes 10:00-10:50AM

CHILDREN AND YOUTH

In our children’s and Jr. High classes, we use the new Brethren Press curriculum entitled, “Shine On”.ShineLogo

The theme for this spring is:

God’s Goodness; Enough for All

Continuing the Story of Jesus 

 

3-preK: Jenn and Helpers

Grades K-1: Connie and KrisPublic Domain

Grades 2-5: Donna and Cena

Jr. High: Rob and Mary

Senior High: Tom and Carla

 

NURSERY:

Nursery care for infants through age 2 is available starting at 10am. We provide nursery care to allow parents to more fully participate in the Adult Sunday school classes.

 

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL MAY-JUNE

CLASS: CARDS AND CARING HANDS

caring hands class Manassas BrethrenROOM: 209

Cards and Caring Hands Class is a participation class that is different from the other Sunday School classes. Members are invited to come and fellowship with others while working on their favorite creative craft.

(Some members enjoy knitting while others like to quilt or make cards. The class has several special mission projects throughout the year. One project is to make blankets, hats, scarves and quilts to give to the homeless in our area.  Another wonderful project is to birthday, anniversary and special occasion cards. They then deliver them to members in our congregation on their special day. You are welcomed to come and join in on the fellowship this Spring Quarter!

 

CLASS: HANDBELLS

LEADERS: Sherry and Anna

ROOM: Room 207

Handbell practice is being offered on Sunday mornings. You are invited to learn  handbell ringing and join the group.

 

CLASS: COOPERATIVE SALVATION

LEADER: DAVID SMITH

ROOM: OLD FELLOWSHIP HALL

Why did Jesus die? What does it mean that Jesus dies for our sins? Christian theology has been wrestling with these questions for centuries, and theologians have proposed lots of different answers and explanations in the form of theories of atonement. The Church of the Brethren is well known for its acts of service in the nonviolent model of Jesus, but it has not produced much constructive theology. Cooperative Salvation attempts to remedy this situation by proposing a constructive Brethren model of atonement. Come study the book, Cooperative Salvation and discuss Brethren theology, historical Anabaptist theology and how we can incorporate the new.

 

 

LIVES OF GREAT CHRISTIANS

LEADER: STEVE GILLESPIE

ROOM: 112

“This class is a continuation of the class offered last fall.”

The Great Commission, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit and teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; even to the end of the age.” Matthew 13:52

The followers of Jesus, who came to be called Christians have practiced their beliefs for centuries. Their actions and achievements, their abilities and energies, have changed the course of history and the nature of belief. Many are well known, but many more are obscure or even nameless. As you hear and learn about their lives you will learn what Christians believe, how that belief has shaped world history and what these stewards of faith can tell us today!

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