Adult Sunday School classes teach the Scriptures, how to understand them better, and how to apply them to real life, all in an atmosphere of love and fellowship. Please join one of our classes, and find their value for your life in Christ. Classes run from 9:00-9:45am with classes for children of all ages and nursery available.

Spring Classes Begin on March 26th

Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands

Using the book Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, the theme for this class is that God uses people, who need change themselves, as instruments of change in others. The goals for the class are to develop a distinctly biblical model of discipleship and ministry, begin to think biblically about the issues of living and how we can change, and to improve our ministry and relationship skills. This is a very practical class that can bring fruit/change in your own life and in the relationships that God has given you. Led by Seth Watts and Dan Smith in Fellowship Hall.

The Meaning of Marriage

This class will use Tim and Kathy Keller’s book The Meaning of Marriage, and include small group discussion and testimonies from couples at Cornerstone. As the Kellers say in chapter 1, “Marriage is glorious, but hard. It’s a burning joy and strength, and yet it is also blood, sweat, and tears, humbling defeats and exhausting victories…. Like knowing God himself, coming to know and love your spouse is difficult and painful – yet rewarding and wondrous.” This class is for singles considering marriage, for those who want to deepen their marriage, and for anyone who wants to understand what the profound mystery of marriage is all about. Led by Dave and Ginny Phillips in room 209.

The Great Eight (Romans 8) 

This class will address the many joy provoking themes covered in chapter 8 of Romans, beginning with those who are in Christ being free from condemnation, and ending with their assurance of God’s love. Join us in this class and understand why so many believe it is the greatest chapter of the greatest book of the Bible. Led by George Pauley and Greg Hills in room 201.


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