New Studies Now Online (& Some Old Standbys, too!)

To keep us connected and growing in faith, several new studies are available online.
Sunday School Classes
Sunday School classes meet online on Sundays, usually at 9 a.m., unless otherwise noted.
The Seekers class is reading “The Reason for God” by Timothy Keller.  Class members also keep connected with weekly devotions and discussions and prayer requests online.  To join, email Lora Joyner at
The Faith Followers class is meeting online.  For more information, email Cam Evans at
The Faith Foundations class is studying the Book of Daniel, Spiritual Living in a Secular World.  To join them, email Artie Rogers at
The Life Enrichment class also meets on Zoom, studying “Help My Unbelief: Why Doubt is Not the Enemy of Faith,” by Barnabas Piper..  To join them, email Jerry Mills at
The Women on the Way (WOW) class is studying Max Lucado’s “You’ll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times.”  They meet at 10:00 a.m.  Members of the class share prayer concerns and praise reports.  They take turns leading a meditation at the beginning of each class For more information, email Laura Smith at
The Bible Study class is now meeting online through Zoom, continuing their study of Paul’s letters.  They are currently examining Titus.  To join them, email Aaron Sampson at
The Growing Together class members are examining the book “If Christians were Really Christian,” by John Killinger.  For more information, email Spencer Letchworth at
The Story class is studying the stories of the Book of Genesis: God’s creation, Adam and Eve in the Garden, Cain and Abel, Noah and the Ark, God’s promise, the tower.  To join the class, email Joyce Day at