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.


  • Adult Class

    Teacher: Senior Pastor Aaron Morgan

    "Old Testament Survey" 

    Location: Conference Room


    Description: So there are 39 books in the OT. That’s a lot! Do you know what each book talks about? Could you give a one sentence description of each book? Could you articulate to someone what the entire OT is about in a few paragraphs?   This class is designed for you say “yes” to these questions. For the next year, we will be going through the entire OT, book by book, in order for you to get a grasp of God’s story revealed.  This fall, we will cover the Pentateuch (1st 5 books) and the poetry books of the Bible. We will look at the theme of each book, significant passages and sections, where Christ is referred and/or pre-figured, and how this book fits inside the great story of redemption.
    The only thing you need for this class is... the Bible!



  • Adult Class

    Rev. Leo Markwat
    "The Whole Christ"

    Location: The Library

    Let’s explore and be challenged together as we consider the Gospel according to Jesus. We will use Dr. Sinclair Ferguson’s book, “The Whole Christ”, with the Scriptures alongside to guide us. Dr. Ferguson masterfully takes a Scottish Church struggle (1700AD) called the Marrow Controversy to guide Jesus’ church today regarding ministering the gospel; both private and public.

  • Adult Class

    Teacher: Pastoral Intern Branden Williams

    "Sanctification"

    Location:  The Lounge

    When we hear the word “sanctification,” you may wonder what it means, when it happens, how it happens, who it’s for, along with many other questions. This Fall, I want to walk us through the biblical concept of sanctification and answer some of the questions above, all pointing to the end of answering this overarching question that overshadows all the others: Is sanctification my responsibility or God’s responsibility? Join me as we are “transformed by the renewal of our minds” in this “middle part” of salvation.




  • Adult Class

    Teacher:  Associate Pastor Alan Wiley

    "Post-Reformation Denominations & Developments"

    Location:  Back Room

    We'll be looking at the rise of various denominations, and how the church developed and grew (and at times even exploded) throughout Europe and over here in the "new world."



  • Grades 4-5

    Teacher:  Mindy Robinson

    "Matthew to John" 

    Location: Room #2

    Grades 4&5 ~ Malachi is the last book of the Old Testament.  Matthew is the first book of the New Testament.  More than 400 years passed before God sent Jesus to be our Savior.  God didn’t speak through any prophets during tis time.  But God was directing history to prepare for the coming of the Savior!



  • Grades 1-3

    Teacher:  Stephanie Baker

    "John" 

    Location: Room #3

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


  • Pre-K & Kindergarten

    Teacher:  Glenda Williams

    "God Leads His People" 

    Location: Room #1

    Pre-K & Kindergarten ~ Find out about God through his faithfulness to His
    Old Testament people.   



  • Jr. High

    Teacher:  Kim Leitch

    "Cults" 

    Location: The Loft

    Grades 6 & 7 ~ A study based on the cults in our society in order to better equip our students to defend & understand our faith more deeply.