2021 - 2022

> Teachers have been vaccinated.
> We ask that if you or your child are experiencing any kind of illness symptoms to please stay home and get better.

All Pre-K - Adult classes are in-person

No classes on Easter Sunday
Final class of academic year is Sunday, May 22
Summer Adult options TBA

Pre-K, K, 1st grade - continuing with 2nd half of the Believe Curriculum*
9am / Teachers: Jessy Sturtevant and Sturtevant


2nd-5th grades - continuing with the 2nd half of the Believe Curriculum*
9am / Teacher: Janet Howard

*Believe curriculum takes children on a journey that will bring them closer to the heart of Jesus and deeper into the words of Scripture. With stories from the Old and New Testaments, they’ll learn what the Bible has to say about everything from the nature of God and the identity of Jesus, to prayer, worship, and the fruit of the Spirit. (Created by Randy Frazee)

6th - 12th grades – Luke/Sermon Discussion (Zoom option too)

Meets following the Worship Service @11:20am / Teacher: Lou Nop

Ages 18 and Over


9:00am / Fellowship Hall (For link, contact Erick

Leaders: Erick Gong, Jane Kimble, Scott Schweppe    

     How did the Jewish people understand the books of the Old Testament? Is it different from our modern understanding? The BEMA discipleship podcast walks through the Bible while giving us an understanding of the historical and cultural context during the time it was written.Podcast teacher: Marty Solomon, President of Impact Campus Ministries.EXPECTATION: Listening to a 30-35 minute podcast prior to class


New Offering for 6th Grade thru Adult


9:00am,  Back Lawn

Teacher: Emily Fuller

    Navigating the Bible class will explore the basic layout of the Bible, learn about the different types of books that make up the Bible, and make connections between Bible stories we’ve heard and their locations in the text and in the “timeline” of the Bible.    This class is for anyone 6th grade thru adult and will meet outside (behind the church) at 9am. In case of extreme weather, class will be cancelled, but in general, plan to dress for the weather, and wear a mask for portions of the class when we are not in distanced seats.  If you have a lightweight, fold-up chair, bring that with you as well.


And remember, we also have adult study opportunities during the week. Read.