Adult Discipleship


The classes below are offered each Sunday at 10:00 a.m. and generally run September through May. At least two options for study are offered on Sunday mornings during the summer.

As A Child-Meets in M206

  • Studies: Year-long study of Revelation (using "Union Sunday" study on Revelation by Brian Blount & Revelation for Everyone commentary)
  • FacilitatorsJim Boyd

Faith Connections-Meets in M102

  • Format: Join those in their 30s and 40s for this class focused on fellowship and learning how to live as a disciple of Christ in our every day lives.
  • Studies will include: We will study a variety of DVD Based Short Term Studies including The Jesus I Never Knew, Dare to Dream, Embracing a Life of Meaning, Enough, and Seasonal studies for Advent & Lent
  • Teachers: Adam & Elizabeth Smith & class members

Fellowship-Meets in Fellowship Hall

  • Format: This large group class provides an opportunity for lecture and discussion using a variety of short-term Biblical and Topical studies
  • Curriculum: The Protestant Reformation, Grace & Gratitude, A Study of the Passion Narratives & Genesis from Scratch. Rev. Dan Holloway will start the year with a study entitled Lessons from a Liberal Conservative: What I’ve Lerned in 40 Years of Ministry
  • Teachers: Dan Holloway, Karen Lee, Sandy Rea, Ed Martin, Nanette Altman

Holy Grounds-Meets in Fellowship Hall Parlor

  • Format: This class offers a relaxed atmosphere where adults of all ages can spend time getting to know each other and growing in faith using a variety of DVD Based Short Term Studies to foster discussion
  • Curriculum: Jesus, Pope Francis & a Protestant Walk into a Bar, Defying Gravity, Sent, Hollywood Jesus, The Way, and Creed.
  • Teachers: Wendy Matherly, John Lee, Beth Windell & class members

Koinonia-Meets in Room M210

  • Format: This class provides an opportunity for lecture and discussion using a variety of short-term Biblical studies
  • Curriculum: “Being Reformed” Series, including Grace & Gratitude, Enough, Looking @ the Cross and Christian Hope.
  • Teachers: Peter Olinger, Megan Watson & class members

Unity-Meets in Church Library (U212)

  • Format: This small group class utilizes Feasting on the Word to provide a lecture and discussion around one of the lectionary Bible passages assigned to that particular Sunday, which may mean that it helps class participants connect with the Sunday worship service as well.
  • Teachers: Murray White, James Bunge and Bob Mobley