At Grace, we seek every opportunity to learn about God’s amazing love through the study of His Word to us, the Bible. Spring classes will take place from January 13, 2019 through May 12, 2019. Join us for one of the following opportunities during the Sunday school hour (9:00 - 9:45am):
Children’s Sunday school (for a full description, see our Children’s page) K - Grade 5
When: January 13th through May 12th (with a break for Choir Practice March 17th through April 14th, and off for Easter April 21st)
K5/1st/2nd: Red Room - The Gospel Story - seeing Jesus in the New Testament
3rd/4th/5th: Teal Room - The Torchlighters Series - In this class, we will learn about the stories of many different kinds of missionaries throughout history who used the Gospel to spread the word of God and help others.
Communicants Class - for those children in grade 2 - 7 considering becoming communing members. This class is offered periodically throughout the school year.
Middle School - Conference Room, near the office - for students in 6 - 8th grade, with breaks for Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday.
Curriculum : So What? Join us as we take a closer, more in depth look into the Christian mindset.
"This study revolves around 'taking every thought captive to obey Christ' (2 Cor. 10:5) and being 'transformed by the renewing of your mind' (Rom. 12:2). This is not an apologetics or philosophy course. Students will study what the Bible says about our mind and actually use their minds to think, meditate on, question, and apply God’s Word—and grasp how its message is opposite to much of what they hear, read, and see in the culture today."(https://sowhatstudies.org/studies/study-christian-mind/)
High School/College/Adult - meets in the Green Room, with breaks for Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday.
Join us as we study the Book of Judges this semester with Wayne Shealy, Brad Carlton and Joey Howland as teachers. Come hear how the Israelites lost sight of their unique identity as God’s people after their conquest of the promised land through the leadership of Joshua and fell into a pattern. The people rebelled through idolatry and disbelief, and then after God would raise up a deliverer, or a judge, they would repent and turn back to God. However, the people would soon fall back into sin, and the cycle started all over again. Through all of this comes an important theme – the covenant faithfulness of our Lord.