Sunday Morning Classes

Come join us for Sunday School at 9:30 am to 10:15 am. We have classes for all ages, nursery through adult! Classes change on a quarterly basis. Here is a schedule of our current classes. Please feel free to visit a class at any time.



For infants to children ages 3, the nursery is a safe and playful space. At 9:45 am Mrs. Vail teaches the books of the Bible, leads songs with sign language, & teaches a Bible story. Little ones learn to engage and participate in structured learning time!

During Sunday School (9:30 – 10:15 am) mothers’ typically assist their children for the lesson but there is always a nursery worker available to care for your child if you would like to participate in an adult class.

The nursery is also available & attended after announcements and worship time during the Sunday Morning Service when children are dismissed for Children’s Church.


Youth Sunday School 

Sunday school is pretty cool in this way: all the classes (Pre-K through 6th grade) are learning the same lesson that the adult class is (only at age appropriate levels). Parents and children can learn together. We encourage parents to attend this thorough chronological approach to Bible study.

This class covers the Birth of Jesus up to the calling of the disciples.  In addition, this class covers frequently asked questions that challenge the Bible’s accuracy using “Answers In Genesis” material to prepare students to respond to skeptics with evidence-based answers.

Children’s Church is another time for children to be enriched in Bible lessons and activities which occurs during the Church service message after worship service.



Adult Sunday Morning Classes

Chronological Bible Study

This class studies the birth of Christ to the calling of the disciples. What is cool about this class is that lessons are the same as Pre K through 6th grade Youth Sunday School Classes (only at age appropriate levels). We encourage parents to attend this thorough chronological Bible study and to reflect on what your learning with your children at home! Taking the time to reflect and connect at home will help to reinforce the lesson and create spiritual unity in your family.