Get Equipped On Sunday Mornings
Our Sunday morning adult classes are a great way to quickly get plugged in and equipped. Some classes can be short and dedicated to a topic or book of the Bible, while other classes are ongoing communities, which meet either during the first service, or during the second service.
The Berean class studies biblical texts and topics with an emphasis on their application to contemporary life. It is aimed at growing Christians, but sensitive to new believers and those outside the faith who may be interested.
Teacher: Jim Abrahamson
Bridge ESL Bible Study
Would you like to improve your English and study the Bible at the same time? Join us on Sunday mornings for a class that offers help and answers, new friends, improved English, and a deeper understanding of who God is.
Teachers: Jenny Witman/Nini Zhang
Crossroads (All Ages)
Young adults through seniors with a desire to dig deeper into God’s word and apply it to their lives. This fall, we’ll be studying the Gospel of Luke.
Teacher: Rick Hove (Elder)
Spanish Bible Study
According to Mark 16:15, we are called to share the gospel to everyone. Why are we not doing it? This class is a study on the book of Acts to show us how the “first Christians” shared the gospel with love, conviction and passion.
Teacher: Gaby Correa (Latino Director)
Bethesda (Adults w/ Special Needs)
Designed specifically for teens and adults with special needs. We will be exploring the different characteristics of Jesus through reading the Bible, drawing, acting out stories, and singing songs.
Teacher: Ashley Gyori (Special Needs Director)
A class designed for families with young children living out the gospel through Scripture, community, and missions. This fall, we’ll be studying the subject of “How to Study the Bible?”
Teachers: Steven (Elder) & Amy King
PostCo (Young Adults)
Designed for young adults, primarily recent graduates and graduate students, both single and married, who have a desire to connect with and live life alongside people in similar life situations.
Teacher: Matt Corey