Fall 2021 Sunday School Classes

Adult Sunday School

The Forgotten Books of the New Testament (Room N102)
with Carlton Walker 
The Apostle Paul writes to his pastoral mentee, Timothy, “ALL Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness… ” (2 Tim. 3:16). This class will study five New Testament epistles (Philemon; 1, 2, 3 John, and Jude) that are often overlooked by contemporary Christians, to discover the important spiritual truths they contain.

Westminster Confession of Faith (from the other direction) (Room N103)
with Mike Godfrey 
In this class we will go chapter by chapter through the scripture cited in the Westminster Confession of Faith. We will look for themes, repeated ideas, and timeless truths contained within the biblical citations. We will then attempt to summarize those findings in a statement. Finally, we will see what the Westminster divines have to say on the subject, read the body of the chapter together, and have our efforts sharpened by some of the greatest theologians in history. 

Women’s Class (Room N104)
with Connie Foster 
The Women’s Sunday School Class will be an opportunity to declare God’s goodness! We will have times of fellowship, prayer and encouragement.  Come…share…enjoy!

“Got Your Back” Men’s Class (Room N105)
with Bruce McFall 
This 12-week men’s class will tie in with the fall Men’s Retreat and will be based on Dr. Gary Yagel’s book “Got Your Back” to help forge the brotherhood connections needed in today’s crazy world. Join in weekly readings, discussion questions, and fellowship. Stop isolating. Join us, men!

Discover Grace (9/19,9/26 – 3:30pm-6pm) (Room N102)
with Senior Pastor Kenny Foster 
Learn more about the beliefs, vision, philosophy, mission and ministry of Grace Church (PCA) in this seminar. While this class is the first step for those who want to become members at Grace, it is also a great way to connect more deeply with the church and God. Together we will discuss what beliefs and practices Grace has in common with many churches, what sets us apart, and answer any questions you may have.

Children’s Sunday School

Kids Korner (ages 0-3) (Nursery Room)
Coordinator: Emily Haller
Curriculum: The Gospel Project (Genesis)
Children will begin a journey that takes them through the entire Bible in just 3 years. This semester, they will learn through stories and activities about God’s creation and how he reveals his salvation and glory through many different people while also learning about the salvation he has given to them.

Pre-K-K (Room N209)
Teacher: Priscilla Alexander, Helpers: Tricia Crocker, Nikki Manno
Curriculum: The Gospel Project (Genesis)
Children will begin a journey that takes them through the entire Bible in just 3 years. This semester, they will learn through stories and activities about God’s creation and how he reveals his salvation and glory through many different people while also learning about the salvation he has given to them.

1st-2nd (Room N208)
Teacher: Sue Brown, Helpers: Erica Marrero, Victoria Kane
Curriculum: One Story Ministries (Acts)
Children will take a journey through the early church and learn about how the gospel transformed the lives of countless people while also learning how the gospel transforms their own lives.

3rd-5th (Room N201)
Teachers: Angela Peacock, Stella Twumasi
Curriculum: One Story Ministries (Acts)
Children will take a journey through the early church and learn about how the gospel transformed the lives of countless people while also learning how the gospel transforms their own lives.

Youth Sunday School

Jr. High (6th-8th) (Room N202)
Teacher: Karen Phillips
As children become teenagers, it is especially important to understand their identity and salvation in Christ. As they progress through the Westminster Shorter Catechism, their understanding of the gospel and their salvation will aid them in developing into spiritually mature Christians.

Sr. High (9th-12th) (Room N203)
Teacher: John Haller
As teenagers continue to mature both physically and spiritually, it is important to prepare them to become faithful adults. As they discuss and answer difficult questions about the world around us and what God tells us in the Scriptures, they will become more solidified in their personal faith and love for God.