Faith Formation

Sunday School Offerings

Sunday School for Kids & Youth

River Kids

(birth-age 5)

Childcare will be available starting at 9 am on Sunday mornings. Birth-5’s will meet in the playroom for free play beginning at 9 am. At 9:30, 3-5’s will move to their classroom for Sunday School. This age will stay in childcare through worship. This age will stay in childcare through worship.

Frolic Through the Old Testament

Join us as we journey through the Old Testament using a curriculum based on play and experiential learning.

City Kids

(1st-5th grade)

CityKids is our ministry for children in the 1st through 5th grades. The children meet in the game room on the 3rd Floor at 9 am for free play. Sunday School begins at 9:30 am, then the kids are picked up at 10:15 am to participate in worship. On the first Sunday of every month, the City Kids are dismissed in worship for their very own special service called “Worship Our Way” (W.O.W.).

Illustrated Lectionary

This semester our kids will follow the Lectionary as they engage in scripture through worship, games, crafts, and more.


(6th-12th grade)

Our CityKids will meet in the game room on the 3rd Floor at 9 am for free play. At 9:30 our 1st-5th graders will have Sunday School. They will be picked up at 10:15 am to go to worship. They will be dismissed in worship for “Worship Our Way” (W.O.W.) on the first Sunday of every month.

When You Gather Together

What is worship and why do we do it? Why do we do what we do in worship each week? And why do we choose to worship together?

Each Sunday morning we will study worship and the different elements that make up our worshipping life together.

Sunday School for Adults

The Village Class

This class is for anyone ranging from College Students to adults with kids in the youth group (and beyond!) It meets in Room 306  at 9 am for fellowship and prayer. At 9:30, participants choose between one of two spiritual formation classes. These classes will change themes every quarter allowing you to choose a new style/topic based on what interests you.

Whose Bible Is It Anyway?

Christians, Jews, and Muslims (of all sorts) share some basic belief in a God who “speaks,” but what does that mean?  How is that “speaking” related to words that are heard vs. words that are written and read? All communication takes place in a specific language, but what are the implications of trusting that a particular human language is a vehicle for “God’s words”? In this short class, taught by Andy Black, we will learn about the history behind the different kinds of Bibles read, heard, and studied by Jews and Christians, and how these Bibles came to be. Along the way we will be asking about what we can learn from all this about what it might mean to be people of “the book” today. 

"The Orthodox Heretic" by Peter Rollins

This book is a collection of modern-day parables designed to help readers think deeply about scripture and faith, but more importantly to engage in the process of transformation.

Each week this class will read a parable together each week and discuss their implications for our lives as followers of Jesus. This class is taught by a rotation of teachers.

Connections Class

The Connections Class is taught by Jon Poteet and is open to adults of all ages which meets on Sunday mornings at 9:00 am. You can attend in person or through Zoom. We utilize a discussion-oriented format. Our goal is not only to understand Scripture but to apply it to our lives. We seek to promote fellowship among class participants on Sunday mornings coupled with additional gatherings at other times. We meet on the 3rd floor in Room 311.

Journey Class

The Journey Class is a group of adults who meet weekly for Bible Study, fellowship, and prayer on Sunday mornings. Our Bible Study time utilizes Nurturing Faith curriculum taught by a variety of excellent teachers. Come and join us as we learn and grow in our faith together. We are on the 3rd floor in Room 308 at 9:00 am.

Encouragers Class

The Encouragers is a small adult Bible study group that enjoys a time of coffee and comments each Sunday morning; a time to share The Father’s blessings and to join in prayer for our fellow travelers. Our Bible study time follows the Formations curriculum from Smyth and Helwys. It is a time of sharing using the Socratic method as we probe God’s Word. Come join with us as we learn together. We’re on the 3rd floor in Room 312 at 9:00 a.m.

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