Sunday School

Join Us every Sunday morning at 9:45am, nestled neatly between our two worship services, as we get intentional about learning the Bible.  At Faith Church, we believe that Sunday School is one of the 3 essential pieces to connecting and growing your faith, along with Sunday morning worship and Community Groups.  

Fall 2017 Adult Sunday School classes (Sep 16 - Dec 3):

Faith Connected
This informational membership class discusses our ministry strategies, our foundational theological beliefs, and our Presbyterian distinctives. We will highlight the value of church membership and this class is a prerequisite for membership, but even if you are not yet considering membership this would be an opportunity to learn more about our church without any obligation to join. We will be challenged to find our identity in Christ and join him in his mission.
Teacher: Pastor Kevin Koslowsky
Location: Adult Learning I

A Study of 1 Corinthians
The apostle Paul wrote this letter while he was in Ephesus around 55 AD to the Corinthian Christians to address reports of immorality within the church and to answer questions about church life. Though separated by almost 2000 years, the issues addressed in Corinth parallel many problems in our contemporary culture and questions we ask in the contemporary church, including sexual immorality, church discipline, lawsuits, marriage and divorce, gender roles, the Lord’s Supper, orderly worship, and more.
Teacher: Sal Tremonte
Location: Bob Gray Chapel

What Is Reformed Theology?
In the sixteenth century, the teaching of historic Christianity was revived in the soil of the Protestant Reformation. Using video material from Dr. R.C. Sproul and with the Bible as our authority, this course offers a comprehensive introduction to the points of theological emphasis that characterize our teaching at Faith. Among other topics, we’ll examine the doctrines of total depravity, unconditional election, limited atonement, irresistible grace and eternal assurance (the Five Points of Calvinism) and explain why we believe reformed theology is the most faithful theology to the Scriptures.
Teachers: John Scheflen, Jim Prorock, & Ethan Dunham
Location: Adult Learning II