Adult Sunday School

Adult Sunday School programming at South Highland has always been one of our greatest treasures. Continuing in that rich tradition, SHPC offers twelve Adult Sunday School classes covering a variety of subjects from Bible Studies to current issues. Also recognizing that opportunities for Adult Education are not limited to Sunday mornings, many of our Bible Studies and Groups meet at various times throughout the week. It is our hope that one or more of these offerings will meet your educational and spiritual needs, enriching not only your life but also the world in which we live.

Classes are held Sunday during the 9:30 to 10:30 hour.


Meets in the Small Dining Room. A four week class for prospective members of SHPC, offered by the Membership Unit. Classes are held every other month.


Meets in room G-14. A class for women of all ages, with study, prayer, and lively discussion. This class studies the sermon text for each Sunday from biblical and historical perspectives.

The Leadership Class

Meets in the Pastor's Library. A long-established, lively group of adults, undertaking challenging study topics. The class studies a wide range of material of mutual interest to its members.

New Covenant Group

Continuation of study in the Gospel of John. Encountering Jesus in a verse by verse study and wrestling with implications for obedience to Him. Meets in Parlor. This class is a diverse group of people in a variety of different life circumstances including families with young children.

Market Place People

Meets in room G-09 (The Marketplace). This class focuses on Bible study and fellowship. Led by Dr. Charles Fowler.

Making a Home for Faith

Meets in room G-16. Led by Larry and Kathryn Michael. Study on various topics that relate to life issues. Upcoming topics include, sex, money, stress and suffering. Contact the Michaels for more information.

The Upper Room

Meets in room G-15 again this fall. A men’s and women’s class designed to explore the various teachings that lead us deeper into our relationship with Christ. The contact for this class is Samantha Plumb.


Meets in room G-17. This class invites people of all ages and backgrounds for Bible-focused studies. Currently studying the book, The Value of Doubt by Bill Tammeus and discuss questions of doubt expressed in scripture. Leaders for the quarter will be Todd Snyder and Dana Waters. The contacts for this class are Marty and Leland Keller.

Family Foundations

Meets in the Library Prayer Room again this fall. Members of this class generally have children. Focus is on the relevance of Bible topics to current issues. Enjoying God’s Word and fellowship together. The leaders for the class are John Bell and Cody Watson.

Christian Family Living

A men’s and women’s class, ages 30-ish to 60-ish, seek to apply scripture to everyday living.

The Dobyns - Builders Class

Meets in the Builders Classroom by the Fellowship Hall. A men’s and women’s class of middle-to-senior adults. Our quarterly study theme is God’s Urgent Call. We are currently wrestling with the Judges of Deborah, Gideon, Jephthah and Samson. In the month of July we will listen to the prophets Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel and finally Amos. Led by Ken Laney and Joe Whitley.

Connected in Christ

Meets in G-22 again in the fall. Connected in Christ is a group of twenty-something to thirty-something young adults who seek to connect within the Body of Christ. This group believes it important to study the Scripture regularly, be proactive in our service to others, have valuable relationships with our brothers and sisters in Christ, and especially to have fun together outside the walls of the church building! Don and Kristy Miley are the leaders for this group.

Bible Conversations and Meditation

Meets in the Minister's Conference Room. This is a contemplative/centering prayer class open to all who would like to spend the Sunday School hour studying the bible and praying as a contemplation class. This class is designed so that each class stands on its own therefore welcoming drop-ins to join in prayer on any given Sunday. This “drop in” class will enjoy the book “A Season of Hope” that is a collection of random scripture texts, followed by a time of reflection, meditation and prayer. It is led by Mary Price.