Sunday School


Sunday School is for all ages at 9:45 am

Genesis 39 Classes on May 28

Sunday School Promotion June 4

Regular Schedule Resumes June 11

Foundations Class (Room 301)

Pastor Rayburn teaches the Foundations Class 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.

The Women of Faith Class I (WIC Room 117)

We are reading Mindy Belz’ book They Say We Are Infidels in preparation for her being with us for the Christmas Brunch on December 10th. Join us in the WIC Room, 117. You don’t need a copy of the book.

The Women of Faith Class II (School Office)

This class is studying together the book of Luke.

The Word of Faith Class (Sanctuary)

“Esther is not Yester – Politics Matters” – A Sunday School class on a new phrase by phrase commentary on the book of Esther by Robert Case.

Better English on Sixth ESL Sunday School (Room 304)

This class, led by Andrew Milton, is studying The Life of Jesus Christ: The Gospel of Mark, an ESL study by J. Wesley Eby.

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

On May 28 we will enjoy a time of fellowship and delicious food in DeSoto Hall. Come join us. The high school girls will be meeting with Mrs. Tamminga. We will be taking the summer off.

High School Sunday School (North Half of DeSoto Hall near Kitchen)

The high school class continues in its series on 1&2 Samuel.

Children Ages 2 through 8th Grade

To train our children in the principles of the Word of God, we use a systematic memory work book.  Opening exercises are in Room 116 and closing exercises are in the south side of DeSoto Hall.

Annual Report of the Sunday School Jan 2017

Upcoming Sunday School Classes

  • May 28, Genesis 39 Classes
  • Jun 4, Promotion Sunday
  • Jun 11 “Esther is not Yester – Politics Matters” – A Sunday School class on a new phrase by phrase commentary on the book of Esther by Robert Case.