Sunday School meets at 9:30 am each Sunday. Classes are provided for all ages. There are a variety of classes available for adults that make it possible for everyone to find his or her special interest.
Meets in the Josiah Library.
This lively discussion class is for adults of any age and typically uses book studies.
Recent studies have included 3 Simple Rules and Cast of Characters by Max Lucado.
Contact: Lela Martin, 379-7188
Meets in room 109.
This class is for adults of any age. We are currently using the Uniform Lesson Series focusing on scripture and discussion.
Recent studies have included books by David Jeremiah and others.
Contact: Stan Naimon, 794-5052
Meets in room 217.
A group of eclectic personalities that seek theological and biblical answers.
Recent studies have included Detective Stories from the Bible by J. Ellsworth Kalas, Fearless by Max Lucado, and Love Wins by Rob Bell.
Contact: Ann Rust, 378-4606
Meets in the Chapel.
This class began as the young adult class and now welcomes anyone who wants to join, regardless of age. The class ardently cares for one another and has a social event once a month. The lecture-discussion format follows the Adult Bible Study Series from Cokesbury.
Contact: Vernon Zinn, 897-0836
John Wesley Class
Meets in room 304.
John Wesley Class is a dynamic discussion class led using Wesleyan principles to interpret scripture. Several mission projects are supported during the year including the McGuire Veterans, Afghanistan Project, Christmas Families, and CARITAS.
Contact: Jo Wagner, 744-0323
New Class for Parents
Meets in room 203.
This class is for parents, to include Bible Study and discussion.
Contact: Lori Beach, 794-5856 x 227
Open Doors Class
Meets in room 214.
This spirited discussion class for adults of any age focuses on relating God's work to our daily life. In this class, food, fellowship, and learning go hand-in-hand.
Current study Jan-Apr. 2013: A Hopeful Earth-Faith, Science, and the Message of Jesus.
The environment is God's creation and Christians should be at the front of the crowd when it comes to taking care of it. Yet we find ourselves in a "creation crisis." A Hopeful Earth draws together the Christian faith of Bishop Sally Dyck and the scientific world of her niece, Sarah Ehrman, to address this crisis. A Hopeful Earth explains the connection between the teachings of Jesus and how we treat our neighbors and God's creation.
Contact: Phil Tharp, 525-4534
Open Horizons Class
Meets in room 107.
This class enjoys a diversity of ages and backgrounds. Discussions are facilitated around a topic or book.
Studies have included the Gospel of Matthew, eastern religions, Messianic Judaism, and John Wesley.
Contact: Scott Tilghman, 320-2986