Sunday School

Our current series:

Sermons in the Songs

Previous Sunday School Series:

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2 Timothy Sunday School


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As we go through the series here is is a link to the packet being used as a reference




Also due to copyright restrictions, we can't live stream during this series. 

If you missed Sunday's intro to the series it is up on YouTube

As a body we will be going through a new series led by Pastor Nic 

A review of two ways to live: Every Christian should know the gospel and be able to present it to others (1 Pet. 3:15). Now, our circumstances, personalities, and gifts will vary hugely. Nonetheless, if you are a follower of Jesus, you should know the central message of Christianity, and be able to articulate it faithfully and clearly. Two Ways to Live by Matthias Media is an excellent resource to help you do just that.




For more information on the series please visit -


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A three week series that was taught by Wayne Martin. 


Our series taught by Jared Hageman will be on January 29th and February 5th! 

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We will be covering different topics each week such as "Why does a loving God allow bad things to happen?"


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Our current Sunday School series will be on The Reformation. We look forward to joining together at 9:00 am October 23 and 30.  





Join us this Sunday at 9 am for a new Sunday School series.
Sunday School is a pivotal teaching time for our body to learn and grow together. We’ve covered series such as church history, the attributes of God, and various books of the Bible. In this series, we will take a look at the Heidelberg Catechism which is one of the most essential confessional documents in reformed church history. We hope you can make it a priority to learn with us as we take a deeper look at not only the Heidelberg but the important role of confessions and catechisms have had in church history and their role in the church today.
Here is a bit of information from Ligonier on the Heidelberg Catechism