Sunday School offers a wide variety of classes designed to deepen your understanding of Scripture while teaching you to apply it’s timeless truths to life and culture. Most classes last 6 weeks and will range from the study of Scripture to Christian biography, doctrines, evangelism, spiritual disciplines, and many other options.
Also explore our core curriculum, Sunday School Matters.
Register for the class you want to attend using the form below or by signing up during Sunday School.
A Biblical Pathway through Mental Affliction
The Bible reveals that Christians can sometimes struggle with anxiety and depression. This class will look at the physical, psychological, and spiritual dimensions of such struggles and offer some practical steps and Biblical insights on how God can transform such suffering so that we can more fully experience and reflect His glory in a broken and lost world.
Taught by Lindell Ormsbee in Room 100
The Good Marriage
Marriage is a picture of Jesus Christ and His church. So why do many marriages struggle to maintain sweetness, romance and satisfaction? This class will give biblical and practical lessons that will help couples keep their focus on Jesus and experience the goodness of marriage together.
Taught by Hershael & Tanya York in Room 102/103
The last words of Jesus on earth were a command to make disciples. The primary work of the church is to bring people into close discipleship with Jesus Christ. This class helps you prioritize this work in your own life and make Jesus’ last words your first work.
Taught by Chris Parrish in Room 101
How to Study the Bible
Many Christians struggle to develop a consistent and fruitful method of Bible study. This class takes the mystery out of Bible study by giving you simple methods that will allow you to more fully experience the power of God’s Word.
Taught by Adam Bishop & Johnny Collett in Rehearsal Hall
Legacy classes meet every week and study through books of the Bible using LifeWay’s Explore the Bible curriculum. Enjoy warm fellowship, sound teaching, and delightful community in one of two classes.
Taught by David Clinkenbeard in Room 105
Taught by Robert Farley in Room 107