The Importance of Sunday School
Sunday school plays a critical role in our spiritual development. The small group environment provides individuals with people who care about them and the ability to wrestle with God’s word. We see this same idea in Acts 2:42. The people studied, fellowshipped, ate and prayed together. This is what Sunday school should be. The people were connected. Being involved in Sunday school connects us to other people and God’s word. We learn to live the Christian life together. We can ask questions. We get to know people. We have people that we pray for and that will pray for us. The class provides a sense of accountability as well.
It is my desire that everyone who attends worship would find their way into a Sunday school. I encourage you to try a few classes and see where you fit. Keep a look out for new classes that will be started. I want to encourage you to honestly pray about Sunday school and then give it a try. Listed below are the current list of classes. If you have questions, please contact the office and we will be glad to help.
Ladies of Faith (Age 60+) Chapel Prayer Room
Adult 2 (Middle/Sr. Adults) Chapel
Jimmy Moore Class (55 & Up Singles/Couples) Fellowship Hall
Fellowship Class (Singles/Couples) Rm. 207
Agape (40-59 Singles/Couples) Rm. 211
In Living Hope (Ladies Sunday School Class) Rm. 210
Class of Joy (Parents of Older Children) Rm. 209
Homebuilders (Parents of Younger Children) Rm. 206
Young Adults (Age 18-25) Rm. 208
Young Couples Rm. 203
High School Students Youth Worship Rm.
Middle School Boys Youth Activity Rm.
Middle School Girls Rm. 201
5th Grade Class (Boys and Girls) 2nd Floor Rm. 202
3th—4th Grade Rm. 204
1st—2rd Grades Rm. 205
Bible & Me for 4 & 5 yr. olds Rm. 105
Bible & Me for 3yr. olds Rm. 103
Nursery Rm. 101
John Walls, Director Curtis Williams, Co-Director
Pastor Scott Gilbert