Adult Bible Classes

Teaching God’s Word

Thoughtful. Dynamic. Life-changing. These are words often used to describe our Bible classes. We discuss the tough questions of faith, seeking to help each other on life’s spiritual journey. If you are looking to learn more about God, you won’t want to miss this opportunity.

Great Adult Bible Classes this spring
(March – May)

We have some great adult class offerings. We encourage everyone to make attending Bible Classes a priority for you and your family. Take a look at all the class offerings below and make plans to participate in both Sunday morning and Wednesday night Bible classes. God will bless you and you will be glad you did.

Sunday Morning

What We Believe:

A Foundational Study of Church

More details coming


With over 1100 verses, Luke is the longest of the four gospels. It is the only gospel to have a “sequel”, which we know as ACTS.  Luke is also the only Gospel to detail the specifics of Jesus birth.  We will examine the details of Jesus life and ministry as documented by Luke to help strengthen our understanding and faith in our Lord and Savior.
Young Adult Class – Ephesians A more casual and conversational class over the book of Ephesians, which helps us to sum up the story of Jesus, and the life we are
called to live because of Him.

Wednesday Evening

The Book of the Twelve

In the Hebrew Bible, in the section known as the Nevi’im (“The Prophets”), is the Book of the Twelve. This single book in the Hebrew Bible is broken up into twelve books in English Bibles. We tend to call them the “Minor Prophets,” not because they are less important than Isaiah, Jeremiah, or Ezekiel, but because the books from Hosea to Malachi are shorter. It is hard to date some of these prophets; however, they all lived during the era of the Divided Monarchy, some active before the Exiles of Israel and Judah, some active afterward. We’re talking a period from roughly the 9th to the 5th centuries B.C. The pre-exilic prophets warn Israel and Judah of judgment to come if they don’t abandon their idolatry and immoral behavior (especially the shabby treatment of the poor, widows, and orphans). The post-exilic prophets tend to focus on a future hope and Messianic promises. Join various teachers on Wednesday night while we explore the message of these important books.

Link to 03/18/20 class