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.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

September 9-November 25

Officer Training, meets in Annex 3: This course will assist certain men who have been nominated by our congregation for elder or deacon to process whether the Lord is really calling them to church office. However, this class is open to anyone who would like to attend. The material will educate and equip men to serve as church officers by providing instruction in theological development and sound character. This class is taught by Pastor Aaron Roberts.

AIM, Adventures in Mothering, meets in Annex 4: This is a class for moms or moms to be of all ages for fellowship, encouragement, learning, and helpful discussions. We will be springboarding our discussions off of two books: Engaging Motherhood, Heart Preparation for a Holy Calling; and Same Here, Sisterfriend: Mostly True Tales of Misadventures in Motherhood, both by Holly Mackle. This class is facilitated by Covenant members Jane Blair, Mary Cunningham, Dawn Frederick, Jane Marsh and Nicolette Stephens.

Welcome to Covenant Class, meets in Annex 5: This 11-week class is designed to introduce you to other people who attend Covenant, communicate what we believe, and show you areas of ministries in which you can be involved. Taking the Welcome to Covenant Class is a very practical way to help you discern whether or not Covenant is the church where the Lord would have you worship him, grow in discipleship, and use your gifts to reach the world for Christ. Participating in the class does not commit you to becoming a member, but it is a pre-requisite to membership. This class is taught by Pastor Burress McCombe.

Book of Daniel – All 12 Chapters, meets in Annex 6: Description: The book of Daniel was written to help God’s people who find themselves in a foreign and hostile environment to their faith, value system, and culture, to have encouragement in the sovereign Lord who controls all things, particularly when it doesn’t look that way. This class will cover all 12 chapters of Daniel, the miraculous dreams, prophetic visions, historical context, unique structure and present day applications. This class is taught by Covenant members Jeff Borden and Jeff Jordan.

Portrait of a Struggle, meets in Multi-purpose Room West: Why are normal things of everyday life such a struggle? Why is communication so difficult?  Why do relationships end up disappointing us?  Why do all of us struggle with anger?  God has chosen to keep his children in relationships to flawed people and in situations in a broken world. But we do not need to be discouraged.  God is using all of this to do wonderful things in us and through us. Each week, this class will use a 25 min DVD with teaching by Paul Tripp followed by group discussion.  The class will be facilitated by Greg Becker, Director of Congregational Care & Counseling.

College and Career Fellowship, meets in Multi-purpose Room East: In an age that demands uniqueness and worships celebrity, how can I ever be enough in the eyes of my family, my peers, myself, and God? Does real value and worthiness stem from what I do in life and the kinds of impressions I make, or is there something more? This class for college students and the college-aged will explore these questions and more as we look at how God used the lowly, rejected, poor, and far-less-than-celebrity individuals to make the largest impacts throughout Biblical history. Led by Covenant member Zach Koops.

Through the Roof Support Group, meets in C-207 every second Sunday of the month starting Sept 9: This is a time for families affected by disability to meet and encourage one another. Facilitated by Covenant member Laura Flint.