“For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any double-edged sword, piercing until it divides soul and spirit, joints and marrow, as it judges the thoughts and purposes of the heart.”  Hebrews 4:12

God has given us minds to use for His service.  Therefore, we are lifelong learners who study our faith in order to love God with our mind, as well as our heart and soul.

Regular Sunday School Season

With Sunday School classes for all life stages covering a broad range of interests, you are sure to find a home.   All bond together outside the classroom with service and social opportunities, as well as inside the classroom with study and discussion.    Check out the options below, and pop in any Sunday to catch the current topic of study.

Adult Sunday School Opportunities
Christian Fellowship, Charles Little Bldg Parlor
This class a Bible study in the traditional sense:  it uses the Presbyterian’s Uniform Lesson Series, which is a 6-year plan for reading and studying through the entire Bible.  A rotation of teachers includes class members as well as pastors, and the lecture format provides time for class comments and discussion.   We welcome anyone who is looking for a systematic Bible study and a caring group.  Not meeting now, check back for start date.  For more information, contact Jeannie Satterfield.

Covenant Westminster, Meeting via Zoom
Formed in the mid-1980’s , this is a class of mostly retirees enjoying their grandchildren, with class attendance of 20-30 each week.  The class enjoys discussion around a variety of Christian-related topics led by various members of the class.  Study topics are determined each year by a class survey. Takes a break in summer.  For Zoom link, contact David Beers

Lectionary Class, Union Presbyterian Seminary
This class explores the scripture readings outlined in the Revised Common Lectionary, a three-year cycle of weekly scripture readings used in most Presbyterian churches and Protestant churches across the United States and Canada.  The class explores the readings and then relates the themes in the lessons to our modern world. You can count on a lively and dynamic discussion!  For more information, contact Susie Banks

Horizons, Chapel Bldg Room 202
Formed in the 1980’s as the newest “Young Adult Class”, Horizons has developed into a caring, active group of middle aged, empty nesters.  With average attendance around 25, the class is an interactive environment to share beliefs, with lots of Q&A.  Meets year-round.  For more information, contact David Stanford.

Cornerstone, Barbara Ward Bldg Room 201
Cornerstone class includes parents of young families. This newly-formed group meets weekly during the Sunday School hour for spiritual learning on various topics, such as Christian parenting and living an uncommon life. They also plan regular social gatherings for themselves or for their families. For more information, contact Liz DeNittis.

All of these classes love to have new members. If you are already a member of a class and a topic in another class interests you, please take time to visit. If you are not presently a member of a class, visit each of the classes to see what is going on!