Sunday school classes are normally held from 9:45 to 10:45 am.
Adult Sunday School Regathering
Sundays from 9:45-10:45 AM
We are excited to invite those who feel comfortable to join us in one of three locations for our regathering of Adult Sunday School at the regular time (9:45-10:45, between first and second service). We are pleased to have 3 teachers who have agreed to lead us. You are welcome to choose from the following three electives. We regret that at this time we are not able to offer any specific classes for children or youth during this hour due to the challenge of social distancing.
1. Mary Ann Fogelsanger's class is meeting in the Annex.
She is teaching a Christmas study using John MacArthur's, God in the Manger; Ann Spangler's, Immanuel; and other information from David C. Cook.
The study is CHRISTMAS -
November 29 - Prophesy Fulfilled
December 6 - The Mystery
December 13 - The Ugliness
December 20 - The True Spirit
December 27 - The Magi's Visit
All of you are invited to attend these classes. It is not necessary to have the quarterlies for these lessons. The sessions will contain both lecture and discussion. We would love to have you join us.
2. Study on the Book of James – taught by Phil Ritchie (Room 208 and 209, Joy Seekers SS Classroom)
Phil Ritchie will be completing his study in James on December 13. Beginning December 20, he will be teaching a short series on the OT prophecies of the Messiah and their fulfillment in Jesus. His resource material is from an article by Michael Rydelnik in the Apologetics Study Bible and on-line material from David Guzik (Blue Letter Bible website) and David Jeremiah.
December 20 - What Does the Hebrew Bible Say About the Coming Messiah that
was fulfilled in Jesus?
December 27 - What Does the Hebrew Bible Say About the Messiah’s life and death
that was fulfilled in Jesus?
January 3 - What Does the Hebrew Bible Say About the Messiah’s resurrection
and return that was fulfilled in Jesus?
3. Study on the Book of Colossians – taught by Wayne Brubaker
(Crossroads Station Recreation area)
The key verses are: “For in Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily for, and you have been given fullness in Christ, who is the head over every power and authority.” Col. 2:9, 10
We will be studying the book of Colossians to find out who Jesus is, what He does, what that means to us, and how are we supposed to live as a result. The book of Colossians provides us with the most clear picture of Jesus of all of the writings of the New Testament writings except the Gospel narratives. It provides a firm foundation for us to use as a springboard as we live our lives in this world. Come along for the exciting ride.