By definition, Sunday School is the “foundational ministry in the local church.” We believe it is one of the best ways to study God’s Word together, fellowship together, and live life together. Sunday School begins each week at 9:40 am. Here are classes offered, the class location, and a short description.
 
PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Our preschool classes are full of fun. Our teachers understand the importance of teaching God’s Word, yet they also know that the children need time to play. Therefore, they masterfully incorporate both elements based upon the age of the children.
 
Bed Babies- Room 109 — Beth Ann Anderson 
1 Year Olds- Room 110 — Mike Kilpatrick & Sandra Jones
2-3 Year Olds- Room 114 — George Anna Griffin & Kathleen Griffin
4-5 Year Olds- Room 111 — Sue Hall & Walker Williamson
 
CHILDREN’S DEPARTMENT
Our children’s department is for children in first through sixth grades. The Bible Studies for Life curriculum is used, which applies the truth of Scripture to the lives of our children. Children’s Sunday School begins in “The Temple” (Room 106) for upbeat songs, then divides into grade-based classes.
 
1-2 Grade teachers: Jennifer Counts & Lisa Normand
3 – Grade teachers: Bill Michaels & Gail Harris
4 Grade teachers: Sandi Woods & Patty Yates
5-6 Grade teachers; Dan McLeod & Lizzy Sibley
 
YOUTH DEPARTMENT
The youth meet Youth Room, upstairs in the Activities Building. Aaron Sibley and Bill McGraw lead the Bible study and discussion from the Bible Studies for Life series, which speaks to the many issues teenagers face today.
 
YOUNG ADULTS
College & Career — Room 306 in the Education Building
This class is taught by Clint Ritchie and focuses upon college students and single adults. The Bible Studies for Life curriculum is used.
 
Young Couples’ Class — Rooms A & B in the Office Building
This class is for couples ages 20-30 and is taught by Nick King. This class does not use a particular curriculum but does particular studies of interest to its class.
 
Young Families Class — Room 305 in the Education Building
Using the Bible Studies for Life curriculum, Grant Andrews leads this class that focuses upon families with school-aged children.
 
ADULTS
Each of these classes are made of various ages so the age descriptions listed are very general. Regardless of age, you are welcome in any class. Due to the lack of original names, many of the classes are named after the teacher.
 
Roark Class — Rooms F &G Office Building — taught by Steve Roark
This class is comprised of couples ages 40-60 and studies topics of interest to the class.
 
Barton Class — Room 304 in Education Building — taught by Bobby Barton
Bobby Barton uses the Bible Studies for Life series to teach the class of couples and singles ages 40-60.
 
Dixon Class  — Room 308 in the Education Building — taught by Phil Dixon
Couples and singles in their 30s-50s comprise this class, which uses curriculum that systematically studies various books of the Bible.
 
Atkinson Class — Room 302 in the Education Building — taught by Gary Andrews
This class still bears the name of its original teacher, Ralph Atkinson, and was started when most of the class members were newly married young adults. Now, the class is comprised of people in their 50s-60s. The class uses the Bible Studies for Life series.
 
Donaldson/Harris Class — Room 307 in the Education Building — taught by John Donaldson & Roy Harris
Using the Bible Studies for Life series, this class is comprised of senior adult couples in their 60s-70s.
 
Men’s Class 1 — Room 2?? in the Education Building — taught by Vernon Sikes & George Jennings
This class has men from ages 50-70 (and some above) and uses the Bible Studies for Life series.
 
Men’s Class 2 — Meets in the Fellowship Hall — taught by Kelly Gilliam
This class is comprised of senior adult men ages 65+ and uses the Bible Studies for Life series.
 
Ladies Joy Class — Room 206 in the Education Building — taught by Gerry McGraw
This class is comprised of ladies in their 60s-80s, but no one asks a lady their age! Gerry McGraw leads a systemic study through the Bible in this class.
 
Ladies Lydia Class — Room 205 in the Education Building — taught by Paulette Kilpatrick
The ladies in this class are 70+ but, again, no one is going to ask their age. This class uses the Bible Studies for Life series.