Discipleship & Education

Each Sunday morning, we have highly experienced and trained educators of God's word to equip you in the understanding and application of truth. We welcome all to come and enjoy the rich teaching that is offered to all ages.

See below for a breakdown of these classes and hope you will join us soon.

Classes are from 9:45-10:30am.

Fall classes are now in session.


  • Adult Class

    Teacher:  Associate Pastor Alan Wiley

    "Exploring Church History"

    Over the next year we'll be looking in-depth at four eras of the Church's history.  We'll begin with the earliest days, from Jesus' ascension on.  Those days, the furthest from us, were the most influential, laying the foundation for our churches to this day.   

  • Adult Class

    Teacher: Rev. Aaron Morgan

    "Calvinism"

    Since we have just had the protestant reformation celebration of 500 years, there has been a lot of talk about the theology of the protestants. The theology of how we are saved is front and center 500 years ago and that question SHOULD be front and center today. The most basic question that is asked about Calvinism is "Did God really choose people for salvation?" This question, among many others, will be discussed during this next quarter. The class will be structure around what is commonly called "The 5 Points of Calvinism." 

    T-Total Depravity

    U-Unconditional Election

    L-Limited Atonement

    I-Irresistible Grace

    P-Perseverance of the Saints

  • Adult Class

    Deacon Chris Newbern
    "Financial Stewardship & God's Direction"

    The bible actually has a lot to say about money. We have been called to be "managers" of God's resources. Scripture talks about budgeting, borrowing, lending, saving, spending, hoarding, giving, contentment, greed, the poor, the rich, work, laziness, goal setting, and tithing. God desires for us to have financial peace and sadly many have become entangled in lifestyles that result in financial bondage.  This class will help you become trained to help others with money and will teach you the biblical principles as well. We are going to spend the first few weeks going over some foundational principles that set a biblical view of money. With that foundation being laid, we will then discuss how these principles have many practical applications for life today. 

  • Adult Class

    Teacher: Pastoral Intern Branden Williams

    "The Gospel of Mark"

    Who was Mark? When did Mark write his Gospel? What differentiates the Gospel according to Mark from the other three Gospels? These are a few of the questions we will be answering as we walk through this short and unique Gospel together this winter. We will take a closer look at the life and ministry of Jesus as we take a quick walk through this amazing account of the good news of the person and Work of the Messiah.


  • Jr. High

    Teacher:  Kim Leitch

    "How to Defend Our Faith"

    Since we have studied theology last year, this year we take what we have learned and apply it to apologetics.  Apologetics is the art and skill of defending the faith.  We are called to learn and defend these truths that are found in God's Word. 


  • Grades 4-5

    Teacher:  Mindy Robinson

    "Genesis"

    The redemptive acts of God in dealing with his covenant people is the subject this quarter. 


  • Grades 1-3

    Teacher:  Stephanie Baker

    "Exodus"

    Learn about God's provision in bringing His people out of slaver and into trust upon Him in times of trouble and frustration.


  • Pre-K & Kindergarten

    Teacher:  Glenda Williams

    "God Created All Things"

    During this quarter the children will learn that God’s promise to send a Savior, made so long ago to Adam and Eve, was fulfilled in Jesus, the Son of God.