Our Sunday Church School starts at 10:00 a.m. for all ages
The Chapel Class
The Chapel Class is currently discussing the book, The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World's Largest Religion Is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian by Brian McLaren The Christian story, from Genesis until now, is fundamentally about people on the move--outgrowing old, broken religious systems and embracing new, more redemptive ways of life. It's time to move again. Drawing from his work as global activist, pastor, and public theologian, Brian McLaren challenges readers to stop worrying, waiting, and indulging in nostalgia, and instead, to embrace the powerful new understandings that are reshaping the church. In The Great Spiritual Migration, he explores three profound shifts that are defining the change: spiritual change; theological change and mission change. The chapel class meets in the chapel.
The Lydia Class
The Lydia Class is studing, “Giving Thanks to God”, that includes devotional readings and scripture for reflection and discussion. The book explores the many ways God provides for us and how we can develop an attitude of thankfulness to God in every situation. When we begin to grasp the depths that our Creator loves us and the lengths that God has gone to reconcile us to Godself, we cannot help to offer praise and thanksgiving.
The Thoughtful Faith Seeking Christians
The Thoughtful Faith Seeking Christian class is about to start a new study curriculum, "Slaves, Women & Homosexuals." In Slaves, Women & Homosexuals William J. Webb tackles some of the most complex and controversial issues that have challenged the Christian church--and still do. He leads you through the maze of interpretation that has historically surrounded understanding of slaves, women and homosexuals, and he evaluates various approaches to these and other biblical-ethical teachings. . . .This book not only advances a discussion of the topics, but it also takes a markedly new direction toward establishing common ground where possible, potentially breaking down certain walls of hostility within the evangelical community."