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Sunday School

Sunday School

And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise. (Deuteronomy 6:6–7)

CCK Sunday Morning-0307Each Sunday at Christ Church, from 9:50 AM to 10:35 AM, we offer Sunday School classes for all ages. Sunday School is an opportunity for children to learn more about the Bible and what it teaches, and for our youth and adults to learn what we are to believe about God, and what duty He requires of us.

Every three months there are a new set of classes, ranging from Bible study to theology to practical issues. We provide classes organized by age, but children are also welcome to attend an Adult and Family class with their parents.

Join us for our Summer quarter classes at 9:50 AM each Sunday: 

Class                              Room      
2 & 3-year-olds             Room 111
4 & 5-year-olds             Room 112
1 & 2 grades                  Room 109
3 & 4 grades                 Room 105
5 & 6 grades                 Room 103
Junior High                   Room 108
Senior High                   Room 104

Adult & Family Classes:

1 & 2 Thessalonians — In 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, the apostle Paul writes to the Gentiles at Thessalonica.  In these difficult times, Pauls writes happy letters with an eschatological emphasis about election and sanctification, in thanksgiving with an invitation to imitate him and  the Lord. (Room 101 — Arnaldo Espinel)

Christian Character — The Apostle Paul, in Galations, describes nine traits that the Holy Spirit develops in growing believers.  In this video series, R.C. Sproul explains qualities that all Christians are called to pursue, and challenges Christians to set and achieve goals for spiritual development.  (Room 102 — David Cias)

Peacemaker — Most people want peace in their lives, but if we were to honestly look at the ways we and others seek to obtain peace, we would see that the methods we use ofren come at the expense of others. We will use Ken Sande's The Peacemaker, to learn how to bring reconciliation with others. (Room 106 — Glen Tyler)

OT History I: The Rise of the Davidic Kingdom — This class will follow the storyline of 1st and 2nd Samuel to learn how God drew His people from a rather loose confederation of trives in the time of the Judges into its "Golden Age" under God's chosen king, David.  Join us to learn abour the development of Redemptive History from these OT books.  (Room 107 - Jason Wegener)

Questions? Contact us:

Barbara Brister, Children's Ministries
Andrew McCallum, Adult Christian Education