Sunday School - 10:00 am
At 10:00 am each Sunday, our church family gathers for Sunday school. Believing that the Bible provides guidance for our lives as Christians we gather weekly to better understand not only the message of scripture for its original writers and audience but also its application to our lives as followers of Christ today. Sunday school also provides a time for fellowship and encouragement of one another on our journey as Christians. We invite you to join us as we share our lives and experiences with one another, and discover what God may be saying to use through scripture. There is a class for you! Following are the Sunday school classes offered at First Baptist:
- Babies and Toddlers
- 2 and 3 year olds
- 4 and 5 year olds
- 1st-3rd grade
- 4th-6th grade
- 7th-9th grade
- 10th-12th grade
Pairs and SparesA class for men and women, married or single. The class is presently using Life Guide Bible Studies by Intervarsity Press with the current topic of study being “The Sermon on the Mount”.
Contemporary Ladies ClassA Sunday school class for ladies of all ages; this class enjoys Bible study, fellowship, and outreach. They are presently using “Formations” as their Bible study material. New members are always welcome!
Fidelis ClassA Sunday school class for ladies 50 years old and older. Class literature includes the Bible and Life Ventures for older adults, published by Lifeway Christian Resources. The class goal is to “love one another as Christ has loved us.” So if you are looking for a loving, friendly, and supportive class to continue your journey with Christ, this group of ladies will meet your needs. Each person is encouraged to study and share their understanding of the scriptures as it relates to the weekly lesson topic.
Hope Sunday School ClassIs comprise of a mix of married couples, some with children and some without, single adults, and single again adults. The lessons each week are biblically based and discussion is encouraged. The diversity of the group allows for class members to share and learn from each other’s experiences as we see the wonderful power of God in our everyday lives. The class also enjoys picnics, socials, etc. throughout the year. Class members range from mid-20’s to mid-50.
The Hope Class is currently studying “Twelve Ordinary Men” by John MacArthur. This is a study of the twelve disciples and how Jesus took twelve lay men from varied backgrounds and prepared them to carry out his work.