Sunday School

Children

 
The children meet at 9:45am in the Fellowship Hall.
After a time of worship, the children travel together
to the education building, where parents may pick
up their children at 10:45am.
 
 

Youth

 
7th-12th graders meet in the youth space on the second floor of the education building at 9:45 each Sunday. Students participate in topical Bible studies.
 

Adult Sunday School

Alpha Class

 
The Alpha class meets upstairs in the Educational Building at 9:30am each Sunday. This adult is a Bible study group that seeks guidance from the Holy Spirit.
 
Barnabas Class
 
This is a mixed class of singles and couples, many of which have grandchildren, several retirees, but all still very active and energetic! Typical ages range from 45-70. The Barnabas class meets upstairs in the main building each Sunday at 9:30am.
This class also provides the Sunday Morning Worship Service at Mountain Meadows Nursing Home on the 3rd Sunday of every month.
 
Chaney-Huddleston Fellowship
 
This adult Sunday school class is open to all and is active in several outreach activities. They enjoy a variety of different speakers who determine the topic of each week’s discussion, and they meet in the basement at 9:30am each Sunday.
 
Faith Class
 
The Faith class is a blended group of mostly 30-somethings (couples and singles, with and without children) who love the Lord and one another! Its members serve in many different areas of the church and are very involved in the community in addition to sponsoring the Joyful Hearts Ball each spring. They meet upstairs in the main building at 8:45am each Sunday.
 
L.I.F.E. Class
 
The LIFE class is a class is a group of couples and 
singles in their 30s and 40s. Many are parents. The class often uses video series to guide study and conversation. Other times they focus on topical discussion and bible study. Join this group in the basement Sunday Mornings at 9:45.
The LIFE class sponsors The Giving Tree each Christmas. This project helps to provide Christmas to teens and tweens in the community.