Adult Sunday School

About Sunday Classes

God created us to be in community with one another. Belonging to a Sunday Class gives us a place to build relationships, learn, share, pray, ask questions, and participate in discussion. We believe joining a group is an important step in growing as a Disciple of Jesus Christ.  Jesus had a small group and his followers were the first disciples who taught us to know Christ, worship God, love others, and serve the world.

Available Classes

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New Community/Compass

New Community focuses on growing faith through discussions on how biblical principles apply to us in today’s world. This class is Sundays from 9:50-10:50 AM in Room 852 in the FLC.

New Life

New Life Class is a friendly group wanting to grow in discipleship by studying the Bible and other studies that help us grow. New members or visitors welcome! This class is meeting in Room 842 in the FLC.from 9:45-10:45 am. Please contact Carol Lokenberg (718-3858) for more information.

Crusaders

Crusaders Class offers a casual discussion format of varying topics.  This class meets in Room 304 in the Bence Wing from 9:45-10:45AM.  Contact Ellen Whitmer (904) 827-5387 for more information.

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ReNewed

This is a mixed group that uses DVD based curriculum, that discusses varying topics and has a group of rotating facilitators.  Meets in Room 854 in the FLC from 10:00-11:00AM.  Contact Courtney Lewis for more information (904-738-0174).

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Connections

Connections is a class that uses a DVD bases curriculum for its discussions.  Meets in Room 841 in the FLC from 10:00-10:50AM.  Contact Linda McAnarney at lindamcan01@yahoo.com or Joe McAnarney at joemcanarney@yahoo.com for more information

Young Adult Small Groups

This group is open to all young adults and meets on Thursdays at 7:30 PM at varying locations. The class is led by Paula Coker-Jones. You are welcome to join us as your schedule allows. Please contact us for upcoming meetings.

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