These classes are offered on Sunday mornings from 9:15am-10:15am.



Old Testament Class
Meets in the Library

For the fall the OT class will continue the in-depth study of the “The Egyptian Hallel’ we started last spring. The Egyptian Hallel, consisting of Psalms 113-118 is sung during the Passover meal, the first two at the beginning and the last four at the end. Because these Psalms are sung when celebrating the Passover Seder, and because they are called “The Egyptian Hallel”, it is clear that their main subject is redemption. Now because we did notcomplete the study of the “Hallel” last spring we will continue to do so this fall.

Also because this study was so well received last spring, we will add the following Psalms to this study: Ps. 3; Ps. 18; Ps. 22; Ps 18; Ps 51, Ps. 110 and possibly others.

This class will be taught by Hans Blom.



This class is an opportunity for Christians to come together and share how they rely on, or question, their faith in God as they work through the trials and tribulations of everyday life.  The format is unplanned, encouraging members to raise topics that are most important in their lives. Scripture, life experience, and the encouragement of others are the tools used to explore how God works in our lives.  Led by Dave Lennert and Dan Moore.


STICKY FAITH CLASS: a look at everyday ideas to build lasting faith in your kids

Meeting from Sunday, September 11 - Sunday, October 2, 2016 (4 weeks)

Come for a look at everyday ideas to build lasting faith in your kids. Based on the book, Sticky Faith by Dr. Kara E. Powell and Dr. Chap Clark the class will look at ways we can help prepare our children to have a faith that sticks with them throughout their life. This class should give insight into spiritually supporting our kids in all stages of life. Led by Amy Gupta.



For more information on these classes or other adult education opportunities contact:
Rev. Wayne Smith at or
Pastor Mark Mathis at