Mission Statement (WHAT)

To make disciples who make disciples.
This is based on two commands.  In Matthew 28:19 we are commanded to “Go and make disciples”.  It also has a basis in 1 Peter 3:15 where we are commanded to “be ready to give and answer to anyone who asks”.  This forms the biblical model for Sunday school / Life Groups.

Vision Statement (HOW)

The five essentials for an effective Sunday school / Life Group class
  • We are committed to teaching God’s people about His holy word – We will be found living and connected to Him in the word. (John 15: 5)(John 8: 31 & 32)
  • We are committed to a vibrant prayer ministry – Praying for the needs of our community, church, each other, and ourselves. This expresses our faith in Him. (John 15: 7)
  • We are committed to a ministry of encouragement – We will be pouring into the lives of each other encouraging and strengthening each other in our daily walk with Christ. (John 13: 34)
  • We are committed to a ministry of service through missions, evangelism, and outreach – We will grow through reaching out and including others in the work set before us. We are committed to an overall goal to reproduce this model in new units when appropriate. (John 15: 8)
  • We are committed to fellowshipping with each other – This builds family / community as we have fun together.  We get to know each other beyond the superficial. Each person feels valued.  (1 John 1: 7)  

Sunday Morning at 9:15 am


0-2 Yr Olds
Teacher: Ann Turkal
Room P106

3 Yr Olds – PreK
Teacher: Christine Lahti, Pat Pineo
Room P108


Kindergarten, 1st, & 2nd Grade
Teacher: Marilyn Watkins & Jade Cochran
Room F209
3rd, 4th, & 5th Grade
Teacher: Alexandria Fullwood & Rebecca Harris
Room F211


Rise ‘n Grind (6th - 12th Grades)
Meeting begins with social time and breakfast. Bible study is following The Gospel Project curriculum which looks at the stories of the Bible from beginning to end to see how they all point us to the good news of Jesus.
Teacher: Brad Lavoie


Life Connect
Our class is a contemporary adult Sunday School Class that focuses on topics of interest for the Christian facing the challenges of society
today. We use a variety of curriculum resources prepared by the giants of evangelical Christianity today which include, Lou Gigglio, Andy Stanley, J. D. Greear, and many others.
Teacher: Rick & Laurie Holliday
Room L216
Transitions Class (Median Adult Class - Couples and Singles)
This is a new class and will begin meeting on September 11, 2022.  It is designed to reach median adults and above.  All are welcome and we will be studying God’s word and how it applies to situations and circumstances applicable to the needs of median adults as they transition life events, such as a job change, move, empty nest, college, caring for aging parents and planning for retirement.  The objective of this class is to build relationships and support each other as we grow as disciples.
Teacher:  TBD
Room TBD
The Crossroads class is a multi-generational community group focused on making disciples while growing closer to Christ. We study the previous week's sermon and apply lessons learned to our own respective Christian walks. Each month we host opportunities to connect with one another to promote fellowship or service.
Teachers: Keith Fraser
Room F207 (Great Room)
Servant's Class
Building faith by studying the Word and coming together as a family, supporting each other in that common faith.
Teacher: Ken Tripp, Wayland Reynolds, Melvin Hall
Room F104 (Fellowship Hall)
Challenge Class
Come join our active group of seniors who delight in studying God’s word in a context of a still unfolding lifetime of experience. Given the shared value that learning never stops, our curriculum is discipleship-based grounded in the Bible.
Teacher: Lynwood Nixon & Vance Brooks
Room L206
We’re a small group of mature women who hunger to make the whole counsel of God their blueprint for life. Following a curriculum which covers the entire bible in a three-year cycle enables us to systematically see God’s “big picture”.
Teacher: Carol Tilden & Linda Newber
Room L208
Our small group provides a supportive environment for mature women who attend alone for any reason. We follow a discipleship-based curriculum centered on the Bible celebrating God’s love for us and others.
Teacher: Janice Bobbitt
Room C107 (Chapel)