Sunday Morning Educational Opportunities


Orange is a path, a strategy that combines the strength of twoyellow and redto create the bril- liance of another, Orange. By combining the cri􏰁cal influences of the light of the church (yellow) and the love of the family (red), the Orange strategy synchronizes efforts and shows a genera􏰁on who God is, more effec􏰁vely than either could alone. The Orange Strategy draws on the elements of wonder, 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.


Our new CLIMB program kicked off this summer but we would love to encourage more children to partcipate in this new and excitng adventure! Students in K-2 will come directly to ROOM 203 prior to the start of the 9:00 AM service. Students embark on a variety of activities (Sunday School lesson, snack, centers, games, etc.). They can be picked up at 11:00 AM in Room 203. If you have any questons about CLIMB or want to volunteer Sunday mornings, please reach out to one of the Educaton Team members (Barb Snare, Rachel Fry, Kristin Berman, Susan Workinger, Debra Why, Lexi Morrow, Laurie Mink, Laura Blackwood, Julie Mann, or Rick Focht -Ed Chair)!

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 - During Sunday School time, 10:15AM

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 the church office.

Adult Classes

Returning next year...

Room 204: Susan Workinger

“New Year, New Beginnings
Susan Workinger will lead the class with others assisting. Start at the beginning with us as we go through the book of Genesis.We'll be going through familiar stories.... Creation, Adam, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph. As we read through The Word, we'll be using guides and discussing what God is telling us from 2000+ years ago before He sent His Son. All are welcome, bring your Bible and join us.



Parlor: Jamie Strange and Charlie Hoffman



Room 202: Dale Achenbach and Steve Coates

Class session will feature interactive discussions of weekly podcasts created by the editors of Christianity Today maga- zine.

Class attendees will pick from a list of over 200 podcast topics.

All topics are generally responsive to questions raised by Christians about the direction and relevance of their faith in todays world.

Each weekly class session will then feature an on-line presentation of the selected podcast with time allowed either interactively or summarily for discussion among class attendees.


Sanctuary Bible Class lead by Pastor Dave:

"Who Needs God?" by Andy Stanley