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.
Register for the class you want to attend using the form below or by signing up during Sunday School.
Challenge 2019: The Holy Spirit v. Me, Myself & I (Women’s Class)
In this class, you’ll take an introspective look at your own spiritual growth and an in-depth look at how the Holy Spirit is central to our walk with the Lord.
6 Weeks, Taught by Marcia Arrastia, Room 103
Discover Buck Run
This class offers an introduction to Buck Run and its mission, vision, and expectations for members. Launch yourself into ministry and get plugged in.
6 Weeks, Taught by Matt Morvay, Rehearsal Hall
No Stone Unturned: The Sermon on the Mount, Part 1
In this class, you’ll participate in a verse-by-verse survey of Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount—the greatest sermon ever preached—from Matthew 5–7.
6 Weeks, Taught by Dr. Hershael York, Sanctuary
Old Testament Overview, Part 1
The Old Testament forms two-thirds of God’s grand story of redemption in the Bible. This class will help you to read and understand the Pentateuch.
6 Weeks, Taught by Chris Parrish, Room 100
Religion in America
Many people in the United States have embraced religions other than Christianity. This class will introduce you to major religions and cults in America.
6 Weeks, Taught by Josh Benton, Room 102
What Is the Church?
If you’re a Christian, you belong to Christ’s church, which means you should belong to a local church. This course will discuss the nature and mission of the church.
6 Weeks, Taught by Reeves Garrett, Room 101
Our ongoing 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 our two legacy classes.
Taught by Robert Farley, Room 107
Taught by Dave Parks, Room 105