Christian Education

The purpose of the Christian Education Committee is to administer, promote, coordinate, and evaluate the total education program of the congregation from infant to adult. 

To provide opportunities to study the Bible and other literature to help enhance Christian spiritual growth, to encourage self-study and prayer, and help individuals use their gifts/talents in service.

Pre-K-6th Grade:
This fall we’ll be talking about Old Testament heroes, using the Discipleland curriculum. We’ll learn that we ALL need a special hero to save us from sin, how Enoch pleased God, and that Noah was a faithful servant. Of course, class wouldn’t be complete without a snack!

We will be jumping into some familiar Bible stories using the Discipleland curriculum.

Adult Explorers: Wayne Seibel  Park Hall
We will be working on a open format with a Precepts Bible Study. The class is suitable for anyone over the age of 18.

Adult Crusaders: Bill Staley (Kitchen of Park Hall)
We will be working through Christian Community Comes. This class is suitable for anyone over the age of 18.

OTHER EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES:

Daybreak: Larry Meeder
We meet on Wednesdays at 6:30 AM in Park Hall.   This is a 30 minute Bible study for men, then some continue with fellowship over breakfast at Z-Town Café.

W2W: TBD
This is a daytime women’s study, but has not been scheduled for the fall. Keep watching the bulletin for more information.

Girlfriends: Helen Taylor
This is a women’s Bible study meeting on Thursdays beginning mid-September at 7 PM in Park Hall. This fall we will be going through 6 weeks of Twelve Women of the Bible by Lisa TerKeurst & five others.

Ruth’s Circle: Judy Lutz
We meet in Park Hall. This fall our women’s study will be working on Living Above Worry and Stress from Women of Faith. All women welcome!  See Fall Bible Studies