About Us

“ For the grace of God that brings salvation has appeared to all men.”

Sunday School

10:00 A.M.

Knowing God's Word is the key to living the Christian life. Sunday School provides an opportunity to study and discuss the Scriptures more deeply.

Come early for coffee and donuts!


Classes for All Ages Knowledgeable Teachers Questions Welcomed

Children's Classes

Nursery (under age 2)
We have a nursery staffed by experienced, loving volunteers who will take care of your little ones, enabling mothers and fathers to enjoy the study of God's Word in their own class.
Toddler Class (ages 2-3)
We begin teaching children at age 2 using a curriculum provided by Gospel Light. The lessons focus on giving these young children a foundation of basic Bible truths.
Pre-School Class (ages 4-5)
Our pre-schoolers go through a two year program of Bible study using the Betty Lukens flannelgraphs that cover the history (Bible stories) of both the Old and New Testament.
Elementary Class (ages 6-10)
Our school age children do more in-depth Bible studies that cover a variety of subjects: books of the Bible, life of Christ, life of Paul, Old Testament studies, etc. Many of these studies use the ABEKA flashcard curriculum.

Teen and Adult Classes

Junior High
Our junior high students go into more depth, especially in dispensational study of the Scriptures. The curriculum includes lessons from Grace Publications and the new "Growing in Grace" curriculum.
High School / College
Our high school and college students go even deeper in Bible study, emphasizing the issues young people face as they make decisions about their future life and service for the Lord.
Young Adult Class
The young adult class focuses on dispensational Bible study in order to understand God's plan and purpose for our lives. Questions and discussion are encouraged.
Adult Class
The adult class pursues studies of doctrinal issues or studies of individual books of the Bible from a dispensational viewpoint seeking to develop a deeper relationship with the Lord. Questions and discussion are welcome.