Adult Sunday School Classes
The "God Is Good" Class
According to the Cumberland Presbyterian Confession of Faith, the Bible is the source of authority for faith and practice. In full agreement with this statement, this class uses the Bible as its textbook. Ages and backgrounds of class members are very diverse, and the classes are informal, making for lively and enjoyable round table discussions.
This class meets every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. upstairs in Room 14. Bring your own coffee, your Bible (all translations welcome) and join us.
GIGATT (God Is Good All The Time)!
The Journey of Faith
This adult class is currently exploring Angels and is reading the book, "Angels" by Billy Graham. This class is a participation-style class that welcomes input from the members. The Journey of Faith Class is currently being led by T.J. Robbins.
This class meets every Sunday morning at 9:30 a.m. in the downstairs room next to the Sanctuary. This class would love to welcome new members!
The Seekers Class
This class is unusual among Sunday School classes because they do book studies. The class has in the past read “The Shack”, “Mere Christianity”, “Is Jesus a Democrat or a Republican”, “The Journey” by Billy Graham, “The Gospel According to Peanuts”, “The Five Love Languages”, "Boundaries". and many more interesting titles suggested by class members or the from the teacher’s experience. This class even studied the "Andy Griffith Show" tapes.
This class in 2019 is studying "Traveling Light" by Max Lucado.
This class meets every Sunday morning at 9:15 a.m. in the Library. For the last 15 years, the class has been led by Don Carnahan.
The emphasis of the class is on discussion and an effort is made to involve each member to the extent they are comfortable. The group is intimate but welcoming. They invite you to come give them a try!