Adult Sunday School Classes


You are invited to join any of these classes at any time from September through May

The Meaning of Marriage—Led by Bill Aseltine
A discussion of relevant scripture regarding marriage as an institution and and as an illustration. we will discuss a Biblical view of the marriage relationship and how God uses this relationship as an illustration of His relationship with His people. For those who are married, are considering marriage, and have been married.

Character of New Testament Characters– Led by Dan Yates-Berg and Jack Mancini
Researching the Bible to determine the character of some of the most famous individuals of the New Testament (Peter, Stephen, Paul, etc.) and creating skits based in the modern day to show the character of these individuals.

Westminster Confession – Led by Dick Price
This class will consist of group discussion of the Westminster Larger Catechism. The purpose is to explore and better understand the basic tenets of our Reformed faith. We will discuss the questions and answers, and read the scripture references listed in the answers. It is a free flowing discussion without a set schedule, so we can go as fast or slow as group prefers (no homework). We will provide copies of the Catechism for those who need them.

The Gospel of John —Led by Don Estes.
Who is Jesus and what does faith in Him mean? John’s Gospel, written by a man who was closest to the Lord during His time on earth, addresses and answers these two important questions. John presents Jesus as both fully God and fully human. While emphasizing Christ’s divinity, John also describes His human attributes of hunger, thirst, weariness, and pain. In the Gospel of John, we see Jesus demonstrating His power over nature in a series of seven miracles, and also see Him showing His compassion in dealing with a number of different persons. John’s Gospel comes with its own clear statement of purpose. At the conclusion of his account, the apostle writes: “But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in His name (20:31). John wrote to encourage faith in the only Son of God, that all who believe in Him might have everlasting life (3:16). That verse is at the heart of the mandate that we, as believers, have in leading others to a personal relationship with our Lord and Savior. We began this study last year and will continue, after a brief review, to complete John’s Gospel. It is our prayer that in doing so, we will be drawn into a closer walk with out Lord. If time permits, we will also cover John’s three epistles.