We are very excited to announce the reopening of our church’s Sunday School classes on June 6th for the 6-12 grade level and an adult class! These classes will be held at 10:15 AM in addition to our current Sunday School class in the sanctuary with Pastor Dave. Our goal is to gradually start offering additional adult Sunday School classes as more people feel comfortable in attending church. We will continue to practice current safety practices.
During 9:00 Contemporary Worship Service - Preschool/Pre-K: Room: 102: Several people will be rotating to teach.
Starting with wonder, Orange helps preschoolers embrace a God who is bigger than their imagination, then adds discovery so children can understand how to grow in their relationship with God. Finally, Orange fuels passion by giving students opportunities to be the church and to make a difference influencing their generation.
During Sunday school time, 10:00AM - Preschool– 5th
Orange is a path, a strategy that combines the strength of two—yellow and red—to create the bril- liance of another, Orange. By combining the critical influences of the light of the church (yellow) and the love of the family (red), the Orange strategy synchronizes efforts and shows a generation who God is, more effectively than either could alone. The Orange Strategy draws on the elements of won- der, discovery and passion, infusing them into children, students and young adults. Why? To see God for who He is, to help young people see themselves the way God sees them, so that they can love others the way God does.
Grades K-2 (room 203) Mrs. Snare - Grades K-2 teacher
Grades 3-5 (room 205) Mrs. Fry - Grades 3-5 teacher
YOUTH, 6th-12th Grade: ROOM 104: Pastor Megan, Joe Blackwood - During Sunday School time, 10:00AM
Join us Sunday mornings at 10:15 in room 104 as we dive deeper into scripture to learn more about the life God has designed for us. Youth Sunday school will be a fun time of laughter, discussion, honesty, and prayer. See you there! If you have any questions, please contact Megan: mkruse- email@example.com or 717-755-4952 ext.103
Room 204: Susan Workinger
Susan Workinger will lead the class with others assisting. The class will use the book entitled Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven by Dr. David Jeremiah. Heaven does not have to be mysterious. What happens when we die? Is there an afterlife? Where do we go? Does the Bible give any details of heaven? Are there really streets of gold? Pearly gates? Has anyone ever been to heaven and returned with insider information? Find the answers to these and many other questions! If you plan to attend, please let Susan know if you would like the class book. Susan’s contact information is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parlor: Jamie Strange and Charlie Hoffman
The adult Sunday School class will be held in the first floor Parlor.
Jamie Strange and Charlie Hoffman will be leading the class. The class format will be a video-based class presented by Andy Stanley with a class discussion afterwards. The first series will be called Guardrails. Guardrails are everywhere, whether we need them to be or not. The thing about guardrails is that we don't need them until we do. And when we need one, it can be the difference between life and death. If you have any questions, please contact Jamie: email@example.com
A third adult class will begin on September 19, led by Dale Achenbach and Steve Coates. They will meet in room 203.
The Sancturary Bible Class lead by Pastor Dave is entitled That The World May Know the Mission of Jesus by Ray Vander Laan. It’s easy to think of the Bible as a collection of short stories, but each one makes up a greater story – one story of a God who created the universe and entrusted it to His human partners to care for it. They were unfaithful, and it fell back into cha- os and sin. But God didn’t give up on His creation. He decided to redeem it, pre- paring the way through His covenant with Israel and finally by sending His son, Jesus, to become the cornerstone of it all through His life, death, resurrection, and ascension. What would this mean for a people oppressed by the Roman Empire, and what does it mean for believers today? Follow the rabbi through the world of Jesus, hiking through the Galilee region, exploring the ruins of Rome, and kneeling on the stones of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem as you discover how the gospel of Jesus confronts the gospel of Imperial Rome.