Join us for Sunday School! Sundays at 10am

Children's Sunday School

is offered for children age 3 through 5th grade. Please contact the church office for classroom locations.


Middle School and High School

Sunday School classes meet in the Youth Building.

Adult Sunday School classes:

Alpha Class

God is the Alpha and Omega

Fellowship Hall, left of stage

A diverse group of adults actively participating in Christian learning through challenging discussions on contemporary and traditional topics.  The texts used in our lessons tend to be from the Adult Bible Series published by our United Methodist Church, but ventures into other texts and topics.

Emanon Class

(“No Name” spelled backwards - We couldn’t agree on a name)

Outside Sanctuary - left hand exit

Our studies are varied.  Sometimes Biblical, but not necessarily spiritual. Johnny Bloodworth leads the class.  We depend on much interaction.

Relationships are built and last between members of the class.  We’re always open to more members in our fellowship.

Good News Class

Fellowship Hall, West Wing

Good News is a diverse class of both single and married adults.  This class enjoys having thought provoking discussions each week as they study the Bible.  This fun, relaxed group enjoys getting together outside of Sunday School through monthly luncheons and quarterly outings.

“We truly enjoy our Sunday School Class.  We are family and friends in and out of class.”

Hitchhikers Class

Youth Building

Destination?  Abundant Life with Christ!  Get off the shoulder and back on the road with Hitchhikers, a group of seekers made up of couples and singles, mostly in their 20’s through 40’s.  We’ll pick you up spiritually!  The Hitchhikers enjoy engaging discussions and insights that lead us into becoming active, effective disciples of Jesus Christ.

While extending a warm welcome to veteran Sunday School travelers, the Hitchhikers are eager to pick up those who may be new to the invitation to walk by faith.

Koinonia Class

Christian Life Center

Koinonia class is a mix of singles and couples who enjoy study, fellowship, and serving in the church.  Koinonia is Greek for fellowship, partnership, or close mutual relationships.  The lessons are from the Adult Bible Studies series and a few members of the class teach on a rotating schedule.  Koinonia members serve the church in many roles including Stephen Ministry and the Christian Assistance Bridge.

Life Support Class

Fellowship Hall, East Wing

The Christian Life Support Class is a fellowship group with the purpose of becoming more like Christ in response to life’s struggles and personal concerns.  Led by His Holy Spirit, we focus on application, rather than preparation.

Men Growing in Faith Class

Youth Building

This group of men of all ages, enjoys discussing current situations as they relate to the Bible. 
The Purpose Driven Life and The Man in the Mirror 
are two past studies done by this class. 
“No matter what the topic, somebody has an opinion.”

R.O.C.K. & R.O.L.L. Class

Christian Life Center

Our class name, an acronym for “Raising Our Children Kindly and Running On the Lord’s Love,” captures the stage of life of most of our members – couples and singles (mostly in their 20s – 40s), many with children, who are trying to raise our children and run our busy lives in the manner intended by Jesus Christ.  All are welcome to join in our path of discovering how to be better Christians in the real world.  Neither children nor a love of rock music are prerequisites!

Seekers Class

Outside Sanctuary - right hand exit

Seekers are a class of caring people who enjoy sharing in weekly Bible studies.  The majority of the class members are active in Hillclimbers, seniors who meet once a month for fellowship and programs.

“Friendly class members have a great time sharing the Bible."

Women Growing in Faith Class

Youth Building

This is a class for women of all ages, situations in life, and levels of spirituality.  The studies range from in-depth Bible workbook/video studies to fully facilitated spiritual growth sessions.  All women are welcome to join us!  “The women grow to bond with each other and this provides for not only great fellowship within the class, but also outside of class and worship.”