Facilitator: Frances Abell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location: Room 222
Our newest class, covering a variety of topics, news events, and Biblical approaches. All ages are welcome!
Location: Downtown Starbucks
Join us for good coffee, even better fellowship, and a conversation about the morning’s sermon.
Teacher: Dr. Bill Arnold (Bill.Arnold@twc.com)
Location: West Chapel
Working singles and couples with children of all ages; all ages and walks of life, Scholar led; various books of the Bible and thematic approaches. Class members gather socially several times throughout the year and often include children. Class directed studies in the summer.
FISH (Friends in Service to Him)
Teacher: Rev. Drew Holland (email@example.com)
Location: Room 2 (Just off the Fellowship Hall)
Weekly study of current events in light of Scripture for young couples with or without children.
Teacher: Dr. Mike Powers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location: Room 111
Pastor-led class for young adults and couples with young children. Discussions are Biblically-based and do not require reading before class.
30’s and Over
Teacher: Ross Stinetorf (email@example.com)
Location: Room 123
The format for this class is coffee, pastries and group discussion. The class discussions revolve around a weekly lesson based on a current issue.
40’s and Over
BLT (Bible, Learning, Teaching)
Teacher: Dulaney Wood (dwood007@@aol.com)
Location: Room 1 (just off the Fellowship Hall)
This class focuses on Biblical studies, Christian living and growth and occasional special topics. The format includes lessons sent via email each week, video presentation and class discussion. The class engages in social activities including participation in the Baby Boomer activities of the church, annual weekend retreat to Gatlinburg and in various sports programs and service projects.
Teacher: Dr. Jim Heidinger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Location: Room 107
The class studies the books of the Bible in an in-depth format in which the entire Bible is covered over a ten year period. Old Testament and New Testament books alternate in the cycle, so that portions of both are covered each year. The format for the class is lecture, followed by discussion. Social gatherings are usually held about four times a year.
Trying to Find the Right Fit?
At First Church, our priority for Spiritual growth is that each member and visitor finds a community of fellow disciples in which God is calling him or her to grow deeper in faith. Thus we encourage you to visit various Sunday School classes and small groups in which you have interest until you discover this call. Interested in starting a new group? Contact Rev. Drew Holland at email@example.com.