Sunday School Classes & Bible Studies
Adult Sunday School
Class Dates: Sundays Beginning March 8 through April 5 (9:15 -10 a.m.) Various Locations
Praying Through Lent (Chapel)
What are some helpful practices to guide our prayers in Lent? In this Sunday School, we will engage the various prayers of the Book of Common Prayer such as the Great Litany, the Supplication, and praying through the Ten Commandments.
Dust Narratives: Human Brokenness in Genesis (Whitefield)
Remember that you are dust. This class will explore a variety of narratives in Genesis that reveal our human sinfulness and our need for God’s intervening mercy.
Nursery (Wesley Wing, Rooms 1 & 2)
The nursery is staffed 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Sundays, allowing parents to attend both the Sunday School Classes and the 10:30am Holy Eucharist. The nursery is equipped to care for infants and children up to four years old. It is our priority that children are safe and that their spiritual and physical needs are met in the nursery.
Children – Gospel Play (5 yrs to 5th, Gospel Play/Room 5 Wesley Wing)
We desire for children to know and embrace that God is their Creator and that He loves them greatly. In order to teach this and many other Bible truths, we offer Children’s Sunday School each week for PK4 through 5th Grade. Gospel Play is an imaginative approach to teaching our children how to live lives of worship. It supports, challenges, nourishes and guides children into God’s larger redemptive story within liturgical life together. In every Gospel Play session we are spiritually directing children to encounter Jesus Christ and the power of the Gospel. Bring your children into God’s great story of salvation in Gospel Play.
During Lent Gospel Play will explore the journey of Jesus to the cross. This includes the temptation of Jesus, his interactions with hurting and lost people, Jesus’ commands, and the entrance into Jerusalem.
Youth (Youth Room, located next to the Chapel)
The Ten Commandments
Throughout Lent, our youth will prayerfully engage the Ten Commandments. These commandments both draw us towards repentance, and by God’s grace, reveal a new way to live out our Christian faith in the world.