Knowing the truth of God’s word is essential for spiritual growth and maturity. Becoming a student of God’s word should begin in the earliest years of life and continue on for a lifetime. Our Sunday school classes and curriculum are entirely Bible based and available for every age, children and adults.

Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth. ~ 2 Timothy 2:15 

We invite your children, ages birth through 5th grade to join us for children’s Sunday school at 9:45 am. We offer two nurseries for infants (0 – 15 months) and toddlers (15 months – 2 years) and a 2’s & 3’s class. Elementary age kids are divided into two classes (preK – 1st grade and 2nd grade – 5th grade). Our teachers are dedicated to showing kids the love of Christ and teaching them that GOD is real and that HE loves them abundantly.

Our middle and high school youth students meet in the room off of the sanctuary foyer at 9:45 am. This class is taught by Helen Baldwin.

We offer two adult Sunday school classes, taught by Frank Miller and Bob Brinkman. Both meet at 9:45 am.

Frank Miller’s Class: Series on The Book of Genesis

Where: Fellowship Hall

How did the universe begin? Was it a “big bang” or something else? Did it appear out of nothing? What does the world tells us? What does the Bible tell us? These and many other questions will be addressed in an exciting new study of the Book of Genesis in Frank Miller’s Sunday school class, beginning on November 6th. Curious? Come on and join us!









Bob Brinkman’s Class: God Owns It All – Finding Contentment and Confidence in Your Finances (6-week study starting August 27th)

Where: Upstairs Room in Sanctuary

We live in the wealthiest nation in the history of the world. We are so wealthy that people living at the federal poverty line are still wealthier than 85 percent of the world. So why don’t we feel rich? Why do we experience so much unhappiness and discontentment? The world would have us believe our lives would be better if we had just a little more. If this is true, then why don’t people who have a little more seem content? God Owns It All tackles the money question we all ask: How much is enough? The answer to this question is found in God’s Word.