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Current & Future Adult Sunday School Classes

Sunday study classes for adults change every quarter, starting in September, December, March, and June. This allows adults to seek topics of interest and make new friends along the way. Some longer studies may extend multiple quarters. See what class is best for you for the current quarter. Checkout new classes here a few weeks before each new quarter starts.

NOTE: if the class recommends paid materials, the registration must be placed prior to a week before the class starts so that materials can be ordered. Otherwise, you will need to acquire the materials on your own.


Ben Hur Bible Study

Facilitator: Pastor Troy Nelson

Oct 3 — Nov 28

by Greg Laurie based on the Feature Film

“The [historical fictional] story of Judah Ben-Hur paints a picture of a life forever changed after a series of encounters with Jesus. Whether you’re exploring the life of Jesus for the first time, or ready to take your faith to a deeper level, this study will guide you through fresh encounters with Jesus to discover and fulfill God’s plan for your life.” “Ben-Hur had a choice to make; He could choose his own agenda of seeking personal gain and revenge; or he could choose to trust Christ.” –Greg Laurie This Sunday School class will use the first 2 weeks to view the feature film Ben-Hur, rated PG-13 for sequences of violence and disturbing images. Be prepared for this or do not attend the first 2 sessions. Following this, we will work through the study guide. Participants should plan to commit an hour per week at home to prepare for class discussion.

Cost: $8

Room: TBD


Caring for One Another: 8 Ways to Cultivate Meaningful Relationships

Facilitator: Adam & Tayler Philbrook

Oct 3 — Nov 28

By Edward Welch

Imagine this -- an interconnected group of people who entrust themselves to each other. A place where you can speak of your pain, and someone responds with compassion and prayer. A place where you can speak of your joys, and someone rejoices with you. A place where you can ask for help with sinful struggles, and someone prays with you. The goal of this book is that these meaningful relationships will become a natural part of daily life in your church. These eight lessons will show what it looks like when ordinary, needy people care for other ordinary, needy people in everyday life. From description of book from Amazon

Cost: $7

Room: TBD


Esther

Facilitator: Bob Jones

Oct 3 — Nov 28

The Book of Esther is a remarkably different biblical book because (1) neither the word for God nor the name Yahweh (Lord) occurs in the Hebrew text; (2) the scene is Shushan (Susa), the winter capital of Persia, not Israel; (3) the book concerns the marriage of its Jewish heroine with a Gentile king; and (4) it solves the problem of an incipient anti-Semitism by a bloody self-defense, which is even repeated on the following day by Esther’s request! Even though the name of God is nowhere mentioned in the book, His sovereignty and providence are evident throughout. Vashti’s dismissal, Esther’s regal position, deliverance of the Jews all demonstrate God’s control and care for His people. Taken from The King James Study Bible Thomas Nelson Publishers

Cost: None

Room: TBD


Grief: God’s Help in Times of Sorrow

Facilitator: Marshall & Danielle Perfetto

Oct 3 — Nov 28

By James W.Reapsome and Cathy Maddams

Cancer takes the life of a loved one. Your marriage ends. Your spouse dies. You're left feeling lost and helpless, wondering How can I go on? These nine studies from Psalms will lead you to the arms of our compassionate, healing God, who weeps with you, walks with you and offers hope in the midst of pain. Take from the description on CBD.

Cost: $7

Room: TBD


Gospel of Luke

Facilitator: Bob Jones

Jun 6 — Oct 31

Verse by verse study of the Gospel of Luke.

Cost: None

Room: TBD