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.  

Winter 2019/20 - Adult Sunday School classes
(Dec. 8-Feb. 23)

Every Thought Captive - A Biblical Apologetic (Women's Class)
Apologetics is the task of defending the faith. In this course we’ll study the character of man (creation, fall, redemption, and renewal), a non-Christian’s point of view verses our own, and how to defend our faith.  We’ll see how biblical doctrines about humanity and our relationship to our Creator determine how we are to do apologetics in plain, everyday language.  
Teachers: Meg Hanna & Katherine Yurik
Location: Bob Gray Chapel

The Meaning of Marriage (Men's Class)
This semester we will study Pastor Dr. Tim Keller's book “The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God.”  Marriage is a glorious relationship easily misunderstood.  We'll explore instructions on how to have a successful marriage to benefit anyone who wants to know God and love more deeply in this life - married and single men alike.  Join us if you want your relationships to have more richness!
Teachers: Jay Hettler & Harold Naylor
Location: Adult Learning I

Isaiah - Words of Consolation & Salvation
Isaiah is cited or alluded to in the New Testament 590 times making Isaiah the most helpful single book of the OT assisting the early church grasp and understand the significance of Jesus the Messiah’s incarnation, ministry, death, resurrection and return to the Father’s right hand. Isaiah 40-66 is largely concerned with a gracious and merciful God’s salvation with touches of judgment for sin and human rejection of God’s grace. Our lessons on Isaiah 40-66 will delve into Christology and ecclesiology within God’s covenant of grace. The teaching style will be minimal lecture and maximal discussion of 12 prepared lessons available the first week. 
Teacher: Chuck Hartzell
Location: Adult Learning II