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.

Spring 2022 Classes

Discipleship in the Home

Classroom: Multi-purpose East

Parents, you are the primary spiritual influencers in your children’s lives, helping to guide them to that sense of belonging to God and his people. What a blessing this is! And yet many feel overwhelmed, inadequate, and alone in this calling. Come join us as we explore what discipleship in the home looks like as we cover topics like: home worship, catechesis, discipline, sexuality, tithing, parachurch organizations, skepticism, and ecclesiology. Come partner with others who desire to grow in shepherding their kids. This interactive course will be taught by Pastor John Kidd and Children’s Ministry Director Lisa Updike.

Join a Reading Group

What is the Mission of the Church? Making sense of social justice, shalom, and the Great Commission, by Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert. Some Christians believe the mission of the church is to confront injustice and alleviate suffering. Others worry that the church would lose the centrality of its God-centeredness and the gospel itself. Join us as we study these timely topics and apply them to the issues of our day. This class is led by Pastor Tim Frost. (Books are available for purchase from our book nook or you can order online.) Classroom: Mobile 1

Sex and dating are the craze of our times. As the church tries to stay afloat in a hook-up culture of cheap sex, we need to ask ourselves, how does the church avoid drowning in the lies? If you are interested in what it means to have a God-centered, gospel-oriented view of these pressing matters, this is the class for you. Are you an unmarried Christian? Are you married and looking to give better advice? Come out each week for an open and honest discussion as we read through Hiestand and Thomas’ book Sex, Dating and Relationships. This discussion group will be lead and taught by Pastor Aaron Roberts. (Books are available for purchase from our book nook or you can order online.) Classroom: Multi-purpose West

History tells of women whose love for the Bible shaped its earliest and most prominent teachers. It tells of women who were great theologians in their own right, yet whose only students were their own children. We will study examples of women who have succeeded at the very task you are attempting, that of raising children to honor and glorify the Lord. Come join us as we learn together of Christian men and their godly moms, mothers who were used to shape the men who changed the world as we read the book Devoted: Great Men and Their Godly Moms. Facilitated by Jane Blair, Grace Good, Kendal Butler, and Nicolette Stephens. (Books are available for purchase from our book nook or you can order online.) Classroom: Annex 2

All Nations

Classroom: Library

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 Sarah K. and Sue Hodges.

Through the Roof Adults

Classroom: Annex 3

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, Jason Miller and Sarah Pruett.

Through the Roof Support Group

Classroom: Annex 3

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.

ALIANZA: 30 Doctrinas Esenciales del Cristianismo

se reune en Annex 4

Esta clase trata de doctrinas.  Se consideran como doctrinas esenciales, esto es esenciales para la fe cristiana.  No hay fe sin doctrinas, ya que, si vamos a creer tenemos que creer en algo, y lo que creemos está en función de la doctrina.  Toda fe implica una doctrina; la fe cristiana implica una doctrina cristiana.  La fe cristiana no es simplemente lo que creemos los cristianos, sino la formulación de esas doctrinas, en relación con su fuente en la revelación de Dios, en su Palabra. El pastor Jacinto ensena esta clase.