Whether you are a simple inquirer or committed disciple, our adult Sunday school classes are designed to grow and mature you in your walk with Christ. To see how the Discipleship Ministry Team's curriculum fits together, please review our Adult Christian Education Program.
2018 Spring Adult Sunday School Classes
“The Book of Exodus tells an important story. The word ‘exodus’ literally means ‘a way out’; and that is precisely what the second book of the Bible describes—the God who provided ‘a way out’ for his people, who were slaves in Egypt. Central to that story is the character of Moses, whom God prepares and then calls to challenge Pharaoh, to lead God’s people out of slavery, and to be their leader in the first stage of their journey towards the promised land. Central, too, is the defining meeting with God at Mount Sinai, where God spoke to his people, giving them laws and constituting them a theocracy—a nation which was to be holy, set apart for God’s worship and service.” ~from the late author, pastor, and theologian Iain D. Campbell in the Introduction of his book, Opening Up Exodus (Day One Publications, 2006).
Please consider joining Pastor Dana in the Sanctuary as he walks us through the important landscape of the Book of Exodus, wherein we find foundational themes of Scripture, sometimes revealed overtly, sometimes typologically. As we journey with the Israelites toward the promised land, we will continually ask these two important questions: “How does this text find fulfillment in Christ?” & “How does this text relate to us today as the Church?”
Leader: Pastor Dana Smith
Trinity (starts April 8th)
Be still, and know that I am God." (Psalm 46:10) This spring we are repeating our fall study of the doctrine of the Trinity, which helps us learn with greater precision—that God is love. The doctrine of the Trinity is taught and believed by all evangelicals, but rarely is it fully understood or celebrated. The Trinity is a central concern of evangelical theology since it is grounded in the gospel itself. Our plan, prayer, and hope is that we will explore together and individually realize that the Trinity has massive implications for our lives, restoring depth to prayer, worship, Bible study, missions, tradition, and understanding of Christianity’s fundamental doctrines.
Leader: Blake Newell
Location: Capernaum Room