Our adult classes begin at 9:45 a.m. and run till about 10:45 a.m. Each class has plenty to offer for adults who seek to grow in their faith and in their knowledge of the Bible and God’s grace. Some classes use a lectionary based curriculum, while others may have topical studies. Please read about each of our classes and do not hesitate to contact our church educator about more information regarding adult Sunday school.


In his letter to the Colossians, the apostle Paul urged the believers to grow in the knowledge of God and to bear fruit—to do good works. In March 2017, we will celebrate our centennial as a church. We are already remembering and rejoicing in our history, and recalling the many saints who have gone before. What better time to be engaged in a new fruit-bearing project? What better way to show our appreciation for the past work of faithful members? What better way to honor God for his blessings to this church?

The Centennial Celebration Committee encourages all Sunday School classes and other groups of the church to identify a service project and purposefully bear fruit in celebration of our 100 years. Your class project might be as simple as committing to bring food for the food pantry on a regularly scheduled basis—OR as elaborate as designing a totally new initiative. The Discovery Class has recently adopted two fruit-bearing projects. They will provide food for four hunger initiatives. And they will contact members of the congregation to promote fellowship, intergenerational interaction, and discipleship growth opportunities.

Please take some time to consider how your class or group, too, might be involved and bear fruit. What a special way, not only to honor our history, but to be the church alive—to be the hands of Christ at work in the world today.