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Sunday School Classes

Sunday School Classes

Joining a Sunday School class will help you grow in your faith, meet others, and get involved in our ministries.

For summertime, most classes are meeting together for the Coffee Pot Class in Davis Family Hall. For the month of July, our topic is “Living By Prayer 24/7.”

Many of our classes meet in our building on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. All classes are open to visitors. If you have any questions or would like to attend a class, the contact person listed below would love to hear from you.

For help finding a class that’s right for you, contact pastor Cort Gatliff.

Marketplace People | Meeting on Zoom or in G-9

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Come and visit the Marketplace Class as they explore how a ragged handful of Jesus’ followers responded to his commands to go, tell, send, feed, shepherd, and follow, and received the power to become his witnesses. The study begins in the last two chapters of John and continues into Acts. Whether you’re a seeker, a questioner or longtime churchgoer, already in a class or want to try a different one, this new study welcomes you. Marketplace People is a multi-generational group that uses various Bible translations and commentaries to approach the scripture from different perspectives, and always guided by the Holy Spirit. All are welcome to attend and encouraged to participate. The class meets via Zoom, which is perfect for those traveling or who just want to attend occasionally. To learn more, please contact class leaders Charles Fowler or Carolyn Ashworth.

Facilitators: Charles Fowler or Carolyn Ashworth

Inquirers Class | Room G18 and on Zoom

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Primarily ages 55+, with 12-20 average attendance. Class is discussion format led by class members. Studies vary from specific books or themes in the Bible to devotional guides related to seasons like Lent, Advent, and other special occasions. The current study is using N.T. Wright’s excellent James, Peter, John & Judah. Wright is a noted British theologian.

Facilitator: Leland Keller

New Covenant

9:30 a.m., meeting in Davis Family Hall.

Facilitator: Tom Buck

Upper Room | Room G15 and on Zoom

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The Upper Room class is currently taking a unique approach to Bible study using a technique called Visio Divina which uses a sacred painting as the starting point for prayerfully contemplating a book or a passage of scripture. Terry Slaughter is leading the study beginning with Rembrandt’s The Return of the Prodigal Son and Henri Nouwen’s book of the same name. All are welcome to visit the class for some or all of this study.

Facilitator: Samantha Plumb

Making a Home for Faith | Room G16 and on Zoom

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In The Cross Before Me: Reimagining the Way to the Good Life, award-winning author Rankin Wilbourne and co-author Brian Gregor offer a provocative perspective on why the cross is God’s wisdom about the way to a good and beautiful life. The book asks questions such as, “What does the cross have to tell us about the art of living a fully human life? What if the things we’re most afraid of are the pathway to freedom?” You can pick up the book here or contact Larry Michael.

Facilitator: The Rev. Dr. Larry Michael

Youth Sunday School | Youth Suite

This class is for 7th–12th graders and is led by Director of Youth Ministries Dallas Knight.

Facilitator: Dallas Knight.

Associate Minister’s Class/Young Adult Class | Builder’s Classroom

Primarily young adults, with members ranging from mid 20s to late 40s (although all ages are welcome). Assistant Minister Cort Gatliff teaches through books of the Bible and various topics related to the life of faith.

Facilitator: Cort Gatliff