Adult Sunday School


There are a variety of Sunday school classes for adults that meet at 9:35 each Sunday morning. Unless otherwise indicated, these groups meet in the adult Sunday school wing of the church.

Becomers class was organized in 1982 by the Rev. Kent Kilbourne.The Becomers class welcomes members from various religious backgrounds, from those raised in the Methodist or another denomination to new Christians. Through class studies and fellowship, the members of the Becomers class are continuing their journey to become better Christians. Lessons include studies by Adam Hamilton, John Ortberg and other writers of contemporary Christian studiesas well as an occasional game of Bible Jeopardy or other relaxed ways of learning more about our faith. The Becomers begin gathering on Sunday mornings around 9:45. We hope you will join us. 

Seekers as the name implies, a group of couples and singles who have “life experience” but are seeking more understanding of their faith through studies centered around the Bible and contemporary issues of the day. Class time involves fellowship and discussion lead by class members. Class begins at 9:45.

Sojourners is for adults of all ages. This group studies current topics in relation to Christianity in a very relaxed format. They are studying Living in God’s Light by Susan E. Willhauck. This group meets in the Sojourners room.

Stepping Stones consists of singles and couples in their 20s, 30s, and 40s who enjoy discussions in a very laid-back atmosphere. The group studies the Bible and uses video and other resources to discuss its contemporary application in society.

Transitions is an open-minded group who are transitioning to become better Christians through study and discussion of the Bible and current authors. The class is comprised of singles and couples, from “empty nesters” to “almost empty nesters” and welcomes all.