Join us at 10:30 every Sunday to learn and fellowship in our Sunday School classes for adults. Classes meet in the Fellowship Hall.

Winter 2018-2019 Classes

Church History
Kurt Butterfield

To better understand the current situation in the world around us, we need to understand the history that has led to today.  We will be reviewing church history in a chronological walk from the crucifixion to the 21st century.  Each week we will focus on a period of time, looking at the context of key events that happened, key players who influenced this period, and how these people and events laid foundations for the years that followed.  We will strive to come away with a better appreciation for the church today by understanding the many people who have come before us.  Our focus will be historical and not theological, however, we will discuss how theological issues were debated and resolved throughout church history.

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From Covenants to Christ - and Beyond
Tim Bertsche

Would you rather go to the dentist than read through the Law and the Prophets? Come join us as we examine the Old Testament through the lens of God’s covenant promises; how and when He made them, how He kept them, when they were fulfilled and what they pointed to. Bring your Bibles and be prepared to read and grow in your understanding of God’s Covenantal promise – fulfilled in Christ.

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The Apocalypse
Ben Pflederer

The Book of Revelation, far from a code to be cracked, is a rich treasure of truth about Christ, his kingdom, and his people.  It is a pastoral letter rich with vivid imagery and symbolism, brimming with encouragement for his followers from the first century to the 21st and beyond. This is a “big picture” view of the book. You may discover that there’s a lot more here than you thought.

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The following classes are not being recorded, but we’d still love to see you in person each Sunday!

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Praying Together
Curt Meiss

“We pray when there’s nothing else we can do, but Jesus wants us to pray before we do anything at all,” wrote Oswald Chambers. Our time together this quarter will be spent “Praying Together” – using Scripture as our guide and outline each week. We also plan to share some ideas along the way to encourage our private prayer lives.  What a sweet fellowship it is to pray with other believers through the Word of God. We will seek to have our hearts in tune with God’s heart.



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Cross for the Nations
Video - Various Speakers

You may say, “Missions seems good for some Christians to give attention to, but it’s just not me”. Come and learn how all Christians can play a part! We will be watching handpicked sessions from the 2016 Cross Conference. These will be biblical, inspiring, and defining sessions on your view of cross-cultural missions. According to crossforthenations.com, “CROSS exists to see our generation live for the most loving cause in the universe: bringing people from every tribe, tongue, and nation into the everlasting joy of knowing and worshiping Jesus.”