Children's Bible Classes are in session at this time, we do not have evening classes or classes on Wednesday evenings.
|Cradle Roll||6 Months to 2 Year Old|
|Beginner||3 & 4 Year Old|
|Primary||5 Year Old to 1st Grade|
|Intermediate||2nd & 3rd Grade|
|Advanced||4th, 5th & 6th Grade|
|Teen||7th to 12th Grade|
Hopefully you were able to join us this morning (08/28/22) in the fellowship building for our Teachers' Appreciation and Bible Class Promotions Breakfast this morning. We want to congratulate all of the students for their work in class this year and celebrate them as they move up to the next classes. At the same time, we honor our teachers for their dedication to helping educate our children and form them spiritually by teaching Bible class. There is no higher calling than to be a part of a child's spiritual development.
If you are reading this and you played a part in Bible classes this past year, THANK YOU!! Your effort and time spent investing in the children of this congregation is so appreciated. Our children are our future and the work to help them grow spiritually begins they day they are born. It takes more than parents and grandparents. It takes other adults surrounding them in a positive environment, giving them examples to follow, to help them become the young men and women God wants them to be. You have played a part in that.
If you are reading this and you haven't been involved in teaching Bible classes, why not now? What better way to spend your time on a Sunday morning than impacting a child's life for eternity? And men! I give you a challenge as well - jump in! Educating our children doesn't have to be (and shouldn't) solely dependent on our ladies. You too can give your valuable influence to a child's spiritual development.
While the adults study God’s Word in the main auditorium, the children and teens are in the various classrooms of the education building. Currently Merna Bettinger our education deacon, oversees these classes.
"What would you do today if you knew Christ was coming tomorrow?"