Sunday School

Sunday School Fellowship will take place in the church gym on September 12th. It will include children's promotions to the new grades and adult class previews.

Beginning September 12th...
Join Us every Sunday morning at 10:15am, 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 2021 - Adult Sunday School class
(Sept 19-Dec 26)
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Bible Overview
Based on the resource The Bible Overview, this course provides a broad understanding of the story of the Bible as a whole and shows how its individual parts fit into the overall story.  It uses a unique system where pictures are matched with key events, providing a simple roadmap to understand the Bible’s central storyline: “God appoints Jesus Christ as the saving ruler of God’s Kingdom.”  Through the 12 weeks, participants will study each of the key stages of the Biblical story, see how they link together, and learn to apply the “COMA” (Context, Observation, Meaning, and Application) Bible study process to particular passages.
Teachers: Frank Barlow & Joe Manbeck
Location: Bob Gray Chapel

Early Church History
The Church gradually developed from a simple organization with local leadership to a vast hierarchy. It saw an informal worship grow into a complex maze of ritual, and it’s important for us to understand how this happened. Also, did the church change to fit changing conditions in society? Should we view these changes as deviations from the Scripture that led them astray? Any study of these early centuries of church history leads us to ask if Holy Scripture is truly sufficient or if God intended for the church leaders to continue the work of the Apostles, serving as an ongoing channel of divine revelation. We can learn many lessons from the heresies that plagued the early church as well as from the consequences of its intense persecution over a period of 250 years.
Teacher: Bill Troppman
Location: Adult Learning I