Adult Classes

The New Class The Parlor (First Floor)
A new Sunday School class focusing on building relationships through engaging in meaningful discussion and practical life-application of the Bible, faith, and community. Facilitators are Christie & Michael Lo and Allison & Bill Berg.


Go ForthRoom 239
Young couples from newlyweds to married for 10 years and many with infants or toddlers. We choose topics of interest and actively participate in discussions based on the application of Christian beliefs in everyday life.


Sunday DownloadRoom 131
Parents of toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary-aged children. Discussion-based class focuses on both Biblical and topical studies.


New Hope Room 238
Couples with and without children range in age from 30s to 50s. We follow a discussion format of various topics taught by members of the class or by occasional guest speakers. Optional small groups meet for study and fellowship.


Christian Fellowship Room 201
Adults with and without children in high school, college, and beyond. We utilize the expertise of a variety of class members and guest teachers for the curriculum. Topics have included: biblical books, world religions, and studies of individuals, groups, and events.


DiscoverersRoom 203
Adults in their 30s, 40s, and 50s. We offer a discussion-based learning environment, where members read scripture and discuss the meaning and relevance to their day-to-day lives in the home and workplace.


New Vision Room 102
Adults who are single or single at church. Led by class members and guest speakers, we study the Bible and various aspects of the faith, often utilizing United Methodist curriculum. Members stay in touch through newsletters and social events as they develop a new vision of faith in God.

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