Sunday School is for all ages at 9:45 am
If you would like a copy of the memory work book, please ask your child’s Sunday School teacher or check with the church office.
Sunday School Electives
For all 5th-8th graders through Mar 18th; schedules are available in the narthex. If there are any questions regarding these classes please see Kimberly Reis or Adam Skrivan. The students will present an Easter play on Mar 25th.
The Women of Faith Class I (WIC Room 117)
We are reading and discussing Dick Hannula’s book, Heralds of the Reformation: Thirty Biographies of Sheer Grace. In the Fall of 2017 we celebrated the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, so what better subject to cover than the “story of the struggle between the theological authorities and the men and women who refused to keep quiet about the sheer grace of the Gospel.” Please join us. You don’t need a copy of the book, but if you’d like one, see Dick Hannula.
The Women of Faith Class II (School Office)
We are studying together the book Alive in the Spirit by A.W. Tozer.
The Word of Faith Class (Sanctuary)
Jeff David continues a series on I Corinthians.
Better English on Sixth ESL Sunday School (Room 304)
Kathy Lewis facilitates the Better English class where individual American partners help each international who wishes to read or discuss material at an appropriate level of English. Please contact Kathy or Jonathan if you would like to become a partner or assist Better English on Sixth in any way.
Genesis 39 for Men
The class meets in the sanctuary usually on the last Sunday of the month instead of our regular Sunday school classes.
Genesis 39 for Women
The class meets in north end of DeSoto Hall usually on the last Sunday of the month instead of our regular Sunday school classes. The high school girls meet separately with Mrs. Tamminga.
High School Sunday School (North Half of DeSoto Hall near Kitchen)
Pastor Nicoletti and the high school class are continue their year-long study of Dante’s Divine Comedy.
Children Ages 2 through 8th Grade
Opening exercises are in Room 116 and closing exercises are in the south side of DeSoto Hall.
To train our children in the principles of the Word of God, we use a systematic memory work book.
Pastor Rayburn teaches the Foundations Class periodically for those new to the church. This class covers the most fundamental teachings of our Christian Faith and introduces the distinctive elements of the Presbyterian tradition.