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)
The ordinary pattern for Christ Church is to have Christian Education (Sunday School) classes for all ages each Sunday from 9:50 AM to 10:35 AM. Due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we have suspended in-person classes.
As a result, we will be having our summer quarter classes online through a combination of recorded videos, online video conferencing, and written materials.
Adult & Family Classes:
The Holy Spirit (taught by Pastor Fred Greco) — Have you ever wondered how the doctrine of the Holy Spirit would affect how you view the Christian life? Does it seem at times that either the Holy Spirit is relegated to the role of “also-ran” in the Trinity or that He is described as an overpowering impersonal power, kind of like “The Force”? Does it appear to you that many Christians are afraid to approach the subject of the Holy Spirit for fear of appearing “charismatic”? If so, then join us as we sketch a Biblical portrait of who the Holy Spirit is. What's more, the Bible is the perfect place to discover all we can about the Holy Spirit – after all, He wrote it! This class will be taught through pre-recorded lectures on our website and scheduled times of online discussion
Ecclesiastes (taught by Dave Cias) — “Utterly meaningless! Everything is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 1:2). Ecclesiastes was written long ago, but the teacher’s message couldn’t be more relevant. His ancient voice of despair is echoed by countless intellectual and cultural elites in our era. In the video lecture series, Themes from Ecclesiastes, R.C. Sproul lays open this difficult book, showing that while life “under the sun” is meaningless, life under God is truly and deeply meaningful. This class will be taught live via GoToMeeting (time and day to be determined), and each session will feature a video lecture followed by a brief period of discussion
A Study of Philippians (taught by Mike Burns) — If you were in prison, what kind of letter would you write to your friends? Perhaps you would focus on the difficulties - your tight quarters, poor food, or social isolation. But Paul's letter to the Philippians, written from jail, has no hint of self-pity. It is a letter that radiates with joy. The class will include pre-recorded video lectures, along with a discussion board via Google Classroom and periodic live discussion via GoToMeeting)