Focusing on Bible Study and church history, this class is an interactive discussion group. We often have guest facilitators, including members of our pastoral staff. Please join us in the chapel of the Sanctuary Building.
This class, organized in the late 1940s, uses the Adult Bible Studies International Lesson Series and is taught by several dynamic leaders. We enjoy singing from the Cokesbury Hymnal each Sunday and are active participants in church and community events. Always welcoming new members, we meet in Room 108 of the Blackburn Building.
Women to Women
Focusing on issues relating to women of all ages, we offer unique devotional programs combining inspiration, Bible Study, Bible promises, and prayer. Meeting in the Conference Room in the church office area, we welcome all women to join us.
Meeting for over 30 years, this lay-led group discusses how community and world issues relate to living a Christian life. We meet upstairs in the Sanctuary Building and invite you to join our discussion.
Open Door Discussion
A class for working age adults who gather for fellowship and faith based discussion. Often our topics come from video studies with an emphasis on our Christian faith and prayer. We meet in on the second floor of Blackburn in room 203.
This diverse group of about 40 active members, middle age in years but young at heart, shares responsibility for teaching the class on a variety of Biblical topics. Trying to be a family of families, we extend our togetherness to times outside of the Sunday School hour. We meet upstairs in the Sanctuary Building.
This small group meets every Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m. They use studies are DVD-based with a strong emphasis on spiritual reflection. We meet in Room 202 located on the second floor of Blackburn, and the class is taught by Lorrie Halverson.