Sabbath School classes are the heartbeat of our church community.
The purpose of this lay ministry is to promote Bible study and nurture the personal spiritual growth of our members and visitors.
Our Adult Sabbath School fellowship, held on Saturday mornings at 9:30 a.m., opens with a short program in the sanctuary where we enjoy singing hymns and listening to inspirational thoughts, mission stories, and special features. After the opening program, adults separate into three Bible study classes. All of our classes use the current Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide. We invite you to choose one of the following that will best meet your spiritual needs:
The Sanctuary Class, taught by Alan Carlson, offers a traditional classroom approach. Mr. Carlson's deep knowledge of the Bible is a blessing to all who attend his class each week. Questions and discussion are always welcome. This is usually our largest class.
The Library Class is a small group discussion led by Michael Hayhoe. The less formal environment encourages more active participation of class members.
The Conference Room Class, moderated by Steve Brown, enjoys a non-traditional approach to lesson study. They use the Study Guide as a springboard for discussion, then search for answers to real-life, relevant questions. It is not unusual for class members to go away with more questions than answers and a desire to dig and study even deeper outside of class.