Join us for Sunday School in 2018–19!
Classes will meet on Sundays, October 7, 2018–May 19, 2019, with the exception of these holiday breaks: November 25, December 23 & 30, February 3 (mid-year refresh), and April 21. If you have questions about class options, contact us.
To locate classrooms, see an interior map of the South Campus.
Family Registration & Check-In
Parents, please register your child(ren) for activities, Nursery–Grade 5. When you arrive, come to a Check-In Kiosk so we can greet you and print a name tag for each student.
Rooms 230, 231, 232
Nursery care for children (birth–age 3) is available during Sunday School at 9am and during the worship service at 10:30am.
Preschool–Grade 5 Classes
9–10:10am, Rooms 202, 203, 204
Classrooms open at 8:50am
In age-specific classes, teachers and small group leaders help students grow in the knowledge of Jesus Christ and the understanding of God’s word through Bible lessons, activities, and application. The lessons are based on The Gospel Project,® a chronological Bible study that helps children see how all of Scripture points to Jesus Christ.
Parents, please escort children in Grade 4 or younger to their classrooms and pick them up when class is finished.
Middle & Sr High School Classes
9–10:10am, Room 201
Students in Grades 6–12 gather for fellowship, teaching, and small group discussion with mentors.
His Strength Disability Ministry Class
9–10:10am, Room 104
This adaptive classroom is designed for children who have disabilities or sensory challenges.
9–10:10am, Room 101A
Adults of all ages gather for fellowship and a study to generate discussion that leads to spiritual growth. Details on this year’s topic are yet to come.
CrossWalk: Suffering Grace
9–10:10am, Room 101C
Open to adults of all ages who seek joy-filled gospel living in the power Jesus supplies. Join us in walking in the light of the cross of Christ as we study God’s word together. Our theme will be “Suffering Grace.” Come experience God’s sovereign grace in and through suffering.
How People Change
9–10:10am, Room 103A
Grow in understanding the underlying motivations for our actions and receive specific, practical help in changing long-standing patterns of behavior so we might grow in love for God and others. This class will walk through How People Change by Timothy Lane and Paul Tripp.
Biblical Theology 101
Come trace the overall story and key themes throughout the Bible. As we trace this great story, we will see that the Bible is not a disconnected series of stories or moral lessons, but it tells one story of the one God who is saving his one people through the one Savior, Jesus Christ! The glory of God and the joy of the nations are on display in the story of the redemption, and knowing it better will help us read and apply our Bibles more consistently and faithfully.
Uncovering Shame & Guilt
9–10:10am, Room 210 (Conference Room)
In this video study, we will learn how to identify the experiences of guilt and shame, know how Scripture speaks profoundly to both, and see how God responds. When we become more aware of these experiences, we will better grasp the depth of Christ’s love for us, because Jesus is as concerned about the shame we experience as he is about our guilt.