Sunday School

Sunday school classes are on-going communities that meet for the purpose of growth in Christ through teaching and fellowship. Interactive instruction includes large and small group discussion that provides both a place to learn about God’s Word and a place to connect with members of Covenant. They meet from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. each Sunday.

Winter classes – December 2—February 24:

God of Promise, meets in Annex 6: How does God relate to his people? Does the  Bible tell one unified story or is it divided into various dispensations? Has God always had one people or has he had two different people (Israel and the church)? What is the significance of God’s covenant with Abraham? What is baptism and why do we baptize the infants of believers? These are the main questions we will be seeking to answer in this introduction to Covenant Theology. This class is taught by Pastor Todd Pruitt.

Discipleship in the Home, meets in Multi-purpose Room West: Parents, you are the    primary spiritual influencers in your child’s life. This weighty role is a calling and a blessing but can lead to feeling overwhelmed or inadequate. As a group, we will explore discipleship as it relates to the parent/child relationship covering topics like: home worship, catechesis, discipline, generosity and tithing, parachurch organizations, skepticism, and ecclesiology. Come partner with other parents who desire to grow in shepherding their kids. This interactive course is taught by Pastor John Kidd.

The Gospel-Centered Life, meets in Mobile Unit 1: Many Christians speak of the Gospel, but how many really understand it and apply it to their lives? We want to love and be loved, yet living in the church often ends up being harder than we thought. This course teaches how the gospel seizes our hearts, shapes our everyday lives, and transforms us into a genuine community. This class is taught by Pastor Tim Frost.

College and Career Fellowship, meets in Multi-purpose Room East: Have you ever prayed for greater wisdom or faith in your walk with Christ? In his epistle, James concerns himself with the importance of seeking God for wisdom, and his primary theme is living out one’s faith, being a doer and not just a hearer of the word. In this class for college students and the college-aged, we will dive deep into the book of James, verse by verse, and uncover the timeless challenges and proverbs the brother of Jesus has for each of us. Led by Covenant member Zach Koops.

Lo que Creemos los Cristianos (What We Christians Believe), by Gerald Nyenheis, se reúne en el salón W-10: Come participate as we delve into systematic theology, studying what God says in His Word about Himself, us, salvation, and our world (to name a few of the topics). The class includes lots of reflection, discussion and application (in Spanish)! El Pastor Jacinto Hernández enseña la clase.

Through the Roof Support Group, meets in C-207 every second Sunday of the month: This is a time for families affected by disability to meet and encourage one another. Facilitated by Covenant member Laura Flint.