Sunday Classes

Starting January 7

8 a.m.

Early Morning Bible Study: First Peter
Janie Buchanan and Team; C-15
Come join us as we grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ by working through John Piper’s sermon series on 1 Peter.


9:30 a.m.

First and Second Samuel
Steve Friesen; C-11
Take a fresh look at the relationship of God with his people. We’ll also see how our own struggles mirror the people of Israel’s and how God addresses the challenges we face. Our group also spends time sharing requests and praying for each other. Questions? Contact


Intimate Allies: A Class for Young Married Couples
Don and Susan Lear; C-12

Intimate Allies is a community of young married couples and young families with children who seek to live an authentic Christian life by being transparent with one another in a safe and loving environment. Questions? Contact or


First and Second Thessalonians
Chad Edwards, Billy Boyle and Ben Marquez; C-13/14

This semester Billy, Chad and Ben will continue to explore Paul’s letters to the Thessalonians. In these letters Paul spends time teaching on the “last days.” As followers of Jesus we are called to holiness. Holiness not only has the cross in the rearview mirror, but also looks forward to the future judgment of Christ in his second coming. Come and join us as we explore these books together! Questions? Contact


Marriage God’s Way: Making Marriage Work (a class for married couples of all ages)
Tommy and Becky Phelps; C-15


Join a very social and interactive class as we study God’s Word together and apply it to modern married life. We will start off 2018 with Making Marriage Work by Les and Leslie Parrot and 40 Days of Prayer by Scott and Karen Hagan.Our class is for married couples of all ages and we want biblical marriages as God has intended! Join our social and community-building class that will help keep you focused on God’s plan for your marriage! Questions? Contact


11 a.m.

The Contemporary Christian

Ernie McClellan, Bob Howard and Dave Martin; C-13/14
John Stott’s award winning book The Contemporary Christian will be our resource for study and discussion. Stott winsomely persuades that before we attempt to evangelize and teach our faith, we must carefully listen to both God’s Word and God’s world. We will learn together how to tackle key issues confronting contemporary Christians. Questions? Contact, or or call 252.8471.


Behold Your God
Jill Grier; Chapel

What comes into your mind when you think about God? The answer to this question is the most important thing about you. Your perception of who God is affects every aspect of your life. It is vital to have a biblical understanding of the God we love and want to spend eternity with. “We do the greatest service to the next generation of Christians by passing on to them undimmed and undiminished that noble concept of God which we received from our Hebrew and Christian fathers of generation past.” (Tozer) This class, based on Ligonier Ministries The Attributes of God, may be the most important semester of your spiritual growth. Please join us as we humble our hearts and fix our gaze on the one true God who alone is worthy. This class is designed for ages 12 - 112, and family learning is encouraged and most welcome. Preregister by emailing Jill at so you can receive study guides and more information about the class.


The Book of Isaiah
Dr. Phil Wahlbeck, Dr. Richard Spann and Ken Juell; Parlor
This semester we will focus on the second half of the book of the prophet Isaiah. Our chief aim is to learn what God has promised to us through the Messiah as revealed to us through this prophet.  Questions? Contact