Sunday Bible Classes

Adult Bible Classes

Men’s Class – 10:30 hour

Daniel was a man who exhibited faithfulness in unstable times, and Daniel’s tales of the rise and fall of empires seem as relevant as ever.   – Pastor Nathan

Ecclesiastes & Song of Solomon – 10:30 hour

Ecclesiastes reveals how life – one’s possessions, wisdom, enjoyment, and work – is meaningless and a dead end apart from God.

In the Song of Solomon, Jesus is calling His people to romance. We are His bride, not just His worker bees. It is a story of God’s relentless pursuit of our affection.  – Rich Musgrave                                                     

Ephesians – 9:00 hour

The book of Ephesians has two truths in its chapters which will be our focal points. Chapters 1-3 speak about who we are in Christ both individually and collectively as the body of Christ. Chapters 4-6 move to considering how we should live out who we are as believers in Christ. Watchman Nee has a short book called “Sit, Walk, Stand” which summarizes some of what we will study in the Scriptures. I invite you to consider joining our study!   – Scott Johnson

Women’s Class – 10:30 hour

A.W. Tozer famously said, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” We will spend time this fall studying ten of the incommunicable attributes of God – for instance, His self-existence, omniscience, sovereignty, and self-sufficiency. Much of our sin originates when we imagine that we also possess these attributes. Through this class, we hope to encourage our hearts to rest in the freedom of letting God be God and acknowledging that we are not.   – Jamie Pipher