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Sunday School: All are from 9:45 till 10:45 except for the ones noted.
Fellowship Class (in fellowship hall) - The Fellowship Class enjoys fellowship! After a brief time of mingling the class begins with a song short devotional. Lessons are taught from the standard Cokesbury Methodist curriculum by volunteers within the class.
Adult Bible Study (40's and up - Room 114) - This class enjoys fellowship and good conversation stimulated by lessons, taught by class volunteers, which focus on both Old and New Testaments.
Covenant Class (Mixed Ages - Room 220) - If you are a parent and are looking for fellowship and Biblical discussion with other parents this is the class for you! Studies are led by a group leader and are tied to increasing our understanding of the Bible and the Christian faith.
Bible Discovery (Mixed Ages - Room 218) - A class of middle-aged adults, who are currently studying a variety of topics centered on the Bible, including controversial issues relevant to the times. Group members rotate leading lessons from written, video and audio resources.
Library Class (Chapel) - A friendly, caring group of adults who read and discuss scripture-based books written by contemporary Christian author such as Rick Warren, John Ortberg, David Jeremiah, Adam Hamilton and Chuck Swindoll. Some of the studies have been enhanced with videos.
Young Adult (Room 217) - MEETS AT 9:00 a.m. An informal group of 30-50 year olds who collectively teach/lead a weekly lesson that includes Bible knowledge and spiritual growth. Members of the class are asked to give input on the subjects/themes to be incorprated into the lesson plan. This open format welcomes members to explore historical Biblical teachings in relation to today's world. The class does not meet during the summer (mid June to mid August).
College and Career Class (Room 215) - Class consists of young adults 18 - 25. Studies include Biblical research on subjects that spark curiosity. Each lesson is independant so the occasional participant (student home on a break, new visitor) is never at a disadvantage.