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.
Spring 2023 Classes
Strange New World
Classroom: Multi-purpose Room
Pastor Todd will be leading a discussion of Carl Trueman’s important book Strange New World concerning the ideas which have shaped the sexual and gender revolutions. Each class will include a video of Dr. Trueman offering insights into the “why’s” behind our current cultural moment. In the accompanying study guide, Trueman walks through each of the book’s nine chapters, summarizing key points, posing thought-provoking questions, and providing Bible verses for further reading. The class will help participants understand both the sources of and the proper responses to the new moral revolution.
The Gospel-Centered Life
Classroom: Annex 6
There’s lots of Christian talk about the gospel, but how many really understand the gospel and know how to apply it to their lives? We encourage you join this class whether you have been walking with Jesus for many years or are new to the faith. Through discussion questions, articles, and practical exercises, this is course will challenge your understanding of how the gospel shapes every part of your life. This class meets in Annex 6 and is taught by member Tyler Garman and Pastor Tim Frost.
Could Anger be a Good Thing?
Classroom: Mobile 1
Anger is not a problem to be solved. It’s a human capacity, like sex, happiness, and sorrow. Like all human capacities and responses, it sometimes works well but often goes bad. This class will focus on having and expressing anger in the way God designed and is taught by Greg Becker, Elder and Director of Congregational Care & Counseling.
Welcome to Covenant Class
Classroom: Mobile 2
This class introduces you to other people who attend Covenant, communicates what we believe, and shows you areas of ministries in which you may be involved. Taking the class is a very practical way to help you discern whether Covenant is the church where the Lord would have you worship Him. Participating in the class does not commit you to becoming a member, but is a prerequisite to membership. This class is taught by Pastor Burress McCombe.
This class provides a welcoming environment to connect across language and cultural differences as we visit, read the sermon’s Scripture passage, pray together and have open discussion. This class is led by several members including Kellie Grathwol, Jeremy Samsoe, and Christopher Rice.
Through the Roof Adults
This class provides adults affected by disability with the opportunity to connect and digest God’s Word in an easy-to-understand format. Join us on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays. This class is led by members, Linda Krause, Jason Miller and Sarah Pruett.
Through the Roof Support Group
This class provides parents, grandparents, and caregivers the opportunity to connect, share resources, and discuss challenges that come with living and caring for a child or adult with a disability. Join us on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. This class is led by members Laura Flint and Sarah Pruett.
La Razón Por Dios
se reune en Annex 1
¿Por qué permite Dios que haya sufrimiento en el mundo? ¿Cómo puede un Dios de amor enviar a las personas al infierno? ¿Por qué no es el Cristianismo más inclusivo? ¿Cómo puede una religión tener la razón y las demás no? ¿Por qué se han librado tantas guerras en nombre de Dios? En su libro, “La Razón Por Dios,” el autor Tim Keller se centra en cada una de esas preguntas, y aun más. Keller se sirve de la literatura, la filosofía, conversaciones de la vida real y lúcidos razonamientos, para explicar por qué la fe en el Dios cristiano es una creencia racional y razonada, sostenida por persones de probada integridad intelectual y con una genuina compasión por todos cuantos realmente quieren conocer la verdad.