Discipleship is a life-long process that’s firmly grounded in God’s Word. In our Sunday Morning Bible Classes, our goal is to equip Christians at every stage of maturity with biblical and theological understanding that they can apply to life.
Adult Bible Classes operate in an elective track system. Each track is designed to cover topics within a major theme of Christian education. By working through each track, you will gain a breadth and depth of biblical knowledge, as well as wisdom for faithful Christian living.
Adult Bible Classes – 9 A.M. Sunday Mornings
November 4 – December 16
A Communication in Marriage Class
Do you actually have conflicts with your spouse (or with anyone else for that matter)? Or, are you sometimes frustrated over communication disconnects? Are you shocked that your spouse actually thinks “that” way? Do you want to help “someone else” who is struggling with marriage communication issues and may not even realize it? Or, does your marriage just need a little fine tuning?
If so, then the class, “I KNOW YOU BELIEVE YOU UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU THINK I SAID, BUT I’M NOT SURE YOU REALIZE THAT WHAT YOU HEARD IS NOT WHAT I MEANT,” taught by Joe Flatt, just might be for you.
New City Catechism – Part 2
Making use of historic Christian catechisms (GenevaCatechism, Westminster Shorter & Larger Catechism, and especially the Heidelberg Catechism) this class will explore the 52 most important questions of Christian doctrine. Answering these questions won’t be a mere conceptual exercise, though. As we study this catechism, we will learn how to think about our Christian faith and live in light of what Scripture teaches us. Join us, as we consider Part 2 of the New City Catechism: Christ, Redemption, and Grace. This class is taught by Kelly Wright and Richard Cobb.