Sunday School

For all ages, Sunday mornings at 9:45am

Children’s Sunday School

Drop off:

  • 2-yr-olds: Parents should drop off their children to the designated classroom.
  • 3-yr-olds through Kindergarten: Parents should escort their children to Opening Assembly in the south side of DeSoto Hall. If needed, a parent of a 3- or 4-year-old may sit with their child during class.
  • 1st-8th Grades: Parents may escort their children to the designated classroom, but this is not required.


Pick Up:

    • 2-yr-olds: Parents must pick up their children from the designated classroom.
    • 3-yr-olds though Kindergarten: Parents should pick up their children from the designated classroom.
    • 1st-8th Grades: Students will be released from the classroom or closing assembly at 10:45am.

2-year-olds begin and end in their classroom: Denise Welch & Wendy Kvale – Room 108

3-year-olds through Kindergarten begin the Sunday School hour with Opening Assembly at 9:45am in the south side of Desoto Hall, and then move to their classrooms:

  • 3 & 4-year-old, Sandra Chiou, Jane Lewellen & Debbie Mellott – Room 117
  • Kindergarten, Janet Jack – Room 115

1st-8th Grade will begin in their class rooms:

  • 1st & 2nd grade girls & boys – Room 104
  • 3rd & 4th grade girls – Room 116
  • 3rd & 4th grade boys, Andy Sullivan & Micah Tamminga – Room 101
  • 5th - 8th grade girls, Beth James, Dana Isenberger & Hilary Kvale – Room 102
  • 5th & 6th grade boys, Craig Jimmink, room 303
  • 7th & 8th grade boys, Mike Funches & Kirk McMillan, room 302

1st-4th Grade will move to Closing Assembly at the end of the Sunday School hour, also in the south side of DeSoto Hall.

5th – 8th Grade will remain in their classrooms until dismissal

To train our children in the principles of the Word of God we use a systematic memory work book, including sections of the catechism and important Bible passages laid out for each year from age 2 through 12th grade.

Adult Sunday School

The Adult Sunday School class, led by Pastor Rayburn, concerns the subject of Pastor Rayburn’s new book, The Truth in Both Extremes: Paradox in Biblical Revelation. Every reader of the Bible has encountered this phenomenon, whether or not he or she has thought about what it means, why it exists, or what is to be done when we encounter it. The Bible says one thing here, that seems to be virtually the contradiction of something it says there. We are delivered from the power of sin in one place and remain bondslaves to it in another. Once a Christian always a Christian in one place, in another Christians who started well did not finish. In fact, virtually everything the Bible teaches is taught in this way of polarity, of apparent contradiction, of paradox. Coming to terms with this phenomenon is the challenge the Bible faces us with on virtually every page. But it is also the way in which the truth must be taught, given the limitations of our intellect, and given our penchant for preferring some biblical teachings to others.

“Women of Faith” Class, Room 105 or North DeSoto Hall

Sunday School – Room 105, 9:45-10:45am

Ladies, currently our Sunday School class is reading through The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, by CS Lewis. You might say to yourself, that’s a children’s book, why would we read that? Or, I already read that in junior high, or high school, or to my kids. Been there, done that! But did you ever think that the chronicles might contain a deeper meaning than just a fascinating children’s story? Have you ever wondered why the Beavers and the children meet Father Christmas in Narnia? Or, why are there seven books in the series and not 6, or 8, or 10?
Michael Ward in The Narnia Code says, “As I got older and began to read his other writings, I became ever more intrigued by the seemingly random aspects to the Chronicles. They were not what you would expect of a man like Lewis with a highly trained mind.”
Bring your book if you have one and join us Sunday mornings at 9:45 as we read through the first book in The Chronicles of Narnia and discuss its deeper meaning.

NOTE: Occasionally, we enjoy the opportunity to meet together in the north side of DeSoto Hall and share new insights and prayer concerns, as well as give you any updates in Women’s Ministry. These dates will be announced in the bulletin!

Senior High Sunday School

For many of us, we’ve heard the gospel all our lives. We can tell you all about it and can explain it, but the disconnect comes when we apply it to our lives. Come study the book of Galatians with us as we see why the gospel message was so controversial, and begin to understand how it transforms our outlook on our day-to-day lives. High schoolers (9th-12th grade) are encouraged to join Pastor Gutiérrez and Mr. & Mrs. Funches Sundays 10:00-10:45am, in Room 304.


Classroom Map

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