Sunday morning worship is at 8:45 and 11:00 a.m. Both services are traditional style, with soloists at the 8:45 and the Chancel Choir at the 11:00 service. Both services include a children’s sermon, after which children (age 3-3rd grade) are offered the option of an age appropriate children’s worship. For younger children, age level nurseries are available.
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Sunday school is at 9:45. We currently have classes for children and youth age 3 through high school, and there are seven different adult Sunday school classes.
Sunday School Classes
*Hybrid – a class that has some people meeting on zoom and others in person at the same time.
Alpha (Hybrid – Education Building Room 303 and Zoom)
Class members serve in many leadership roles in the church and are faithful supporters of the missions and ministries of the church. They use the Adult Bible studies series, a Bible-based, Christ-focused curriculum. Occasionally, they use topical or video-based studies. Class members enjoy fellowship events and are faithful in their support of each other in time of illness or crisis. Contact Evonne Mobley at email@example.com for Zoom invite.
Compass/Harbor (Oliver Hall Room 408)
This class welcomes couples and individuals. Many members have children, from toddlers to tweens. Classes are discussion-oriented studies that help strengthen faith and apply scripture to daily living. Members support each other and enjoy time together in social gatherings.
Connect (Hybrid – Oliver Hall Room 207 and zoom)
Come join the Connect Sunday school class in a new study on the book of John! Who are the people in the Connect class? We are people of all ages, single, married, with kids, with grandkids, without kids at all……..we are just people who want to learn the Bible. We meet at 9:45 a.m. on Sunday mornings in Oliver Hall, Room 207. ALL are welcome ANY time! (We are on Zoom too! Contact Jennifer Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org for a Zoom link.)
Epworth (Hybrid- Oliver Hall Room 309 and zoom)
Epworth is an eclectic class: some married, some single, some grandparents, some parents, and some without children. They enjoy quarterly Social Sundays and other gatherings during the year. Their studies include Scriptural and topical lessons. They are currently studying the Gospel of John. A special service focus is fundraising for Urban Hope, an after-school ministry to children and youth. Contact Ken Spriggs at email@example.com for a Zoom invite if not attending in the classroom.
Ivy (In Person – Oliver Hall Room 310)
A lively group of “empty nesters,” parents of college-age children, new grandparents, couples, and singles. They hold social events frequently. They generally use the Adult Bible Studies series, but they also engage in occasional topical studies. For information regarding the Ivy Class, please contact Marion Thomas at MarionThomas@BrasselerUSA.com.
Journey (Hybrid – Oliver Hall Room 308 and zoom)
The members of this class seek to broaden their knowledge and understanding of the Holy Word. The class is for those who like to explore diverse opinions, accept the conflict of ideas, and want to nurture their spirituality and understanding of the Bible. Contact David Butler, dhbutler1693@ gmail.com for Zoom invite.
Pastor’s Class (Hybrid – Fellowship Hall and Zoom)
During 2021, the Pastor’s Class is reading the entire Bible in chronological order. All are welcome, even if you are not reading the entire Bible. All ages are welcome. Our format is lecture and discussion led by one of the associate ministers, Rev. Nelle Bordeaux. See how the Bible fits together as one coherent story of His grace. For a Zoom invite, contact Nelle at tbordeaux@ prodigy.net.