Sunday School

Sunday School

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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.

Spring classes - March 3-May 26:

Godly Masters of Money, meets in Mobile Unit 1: Matthew 6:24 tells us you cannot serve God and money, which is a guiding principle for all financial stewardship. Yet most faithful Christians still must manage at least some money on a regular basis and encounter questions or challenges in how best to do so. In this class we’ll draw from core principles in God’s Word to discuss how we can faithfully master our management of money… Soli Deo Gloria (with Glory to God alone)! This class is taught by  Elder Jim Smith.

God’s Design for Sexuality in a Changing Culture, meets in Multi-purpose Room West: Our society continues to redefine  gender, sex, and identity, and demonizes all who object to their terms. How do we raise sexually faithful kids, what does singleness and sexuality look like, can you change if you’re gay, and what’s wrong with a little pornography anyways? We will learn what the Bible says as we navigate these topics and many, many more using Harvest USA’s latest video series. This class is facilitated and taught by Pastor Aaron Roberts.

The Book of I Timothy, meets in Annex 6: 1 Timothy is one of the pastoral letters that the apostle Paul wrote to help guide and instruct the church. It focuses on a call to godly living while at the same time refuting and resisting false teaching and errors that would seek to pollute the gospel message. In this class we will get an overview of this letter while drawing out applications and implications for our day-to-day godly living. This class is taught by Pastor Tim Frost. No class March 24

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.

Adventures in Mothering (AIM), meets in Annex 4: Welcoming those moms and mothers-to-be for encouragement and fellowship. We will be discussing "Christ in the Chaos" by Kim Crandall. This class with be taught and facilitated by Covenant members Jane Blair, Mary Cunningham, Dawn Frederick, Jane Marsh, and Nicolette Stephens.

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. This class is led by Covenant member  Zach Koops. Class will NOT meet on March 3 and March 10. Last class date is April 28.

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 (Children’s Wing) on the 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.

A Summer Reading Challenge with Sunday Discussion Groups

This year we want everyone to consider our reading challenge. As pastors, we see the value in reading, and in this season of our church, we think a whole-church effort will be beneficial for us. We encourage you this summer to read “The Gospel Comes with a House Key” by Rosaria Butterfield. We will have various discussion groups during the Sunday School hour to challenge each other toward a “radical, ordinary hospitality” both with our church and our homes. What does it mean for us to bring the gospel to our lost friends and neighbors? Such hospitality sees our church and homes as not our own, but as God’s tools for the furtherance of his priorities. Order your own copies or purchase books we’ll provide in our lobby on Sunday June 2nd.