Sunday School

Sunday School is an essential disciple-making strategy of our Church.
Classes take place every Sunday at 9 a.m. and it has proven its effectiveness by teaching biblical principles and godly living to people at every age and stage of life.
It is our aim to remain effective in this 21st century by developing flexible and diverse approaches in teaching that addresses our fast-paced, pluralistic culture.
  • The primary purpose is obedient response to the Great Commission: Making disciples who will fulfill the threefold mission of the church evangelism, worship, and discipleship
  • The primary strategy is the intentional, systematic, development of leaders who can carry on the work of the ministry in the local church.
  • The primary curriculum is the Bible supported by appropriate teaching resources.
  • The primary process is weekly, systematic teaching of Bible content and doctrine.
  • The primary dynamic is the building of relationships that involve mutual commitment and accountability.
  • The primary structure includes a full range of groups, developed with a sensitivity to culture, needs, interests, and/or life stages.
  • The primary oversight is the responsibility of the pastoral staff and church lay leaders in the local church.