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.

Fall Classes

Between Two Worlds—I Peter: Life as an Outsider

Classroom: Multi-purpose East

“Christians throughout history have struggled with the tension of living in two worlds. On the one hand, we’re citizens of God’s kingdom, defined most deeply by our allegiance to Jesus and to his gospel. On the other hand, we’re residents of some particular city and state and country, living at a specific time in history. The question in every age is how these two citizenships fit together–or how they don’t.” (Thune, 1 Peter, introduction). This class will focus on how we as God’s people live faithfully between these two worlds. This class is led by RUFI Regional Director, Joe Slater and Elder Josh Lookabill.

Books are available for purchase in the book nook.


A Woman’s Wisdom: How the Book of Proverbs Speaks to Everything

Classroom: Multi-purpose West

This class will unpack the timeless counsel in the book of Proverbs. Using Lydia Brownback’s book, A Woman’s Wisdom: How the Book of Proverbs Speaks to Everything we will study the very Author of wisdom and how to apply His truths to our day to day lives. Advice books are sadly here to stay, even though much of the advice parading as “wisdom” proves shallow in the long run. What we need is biblical wisdom, and even more than that we need hearts set on the One who governs all our practicalities. Some topics we will study are handling our material resources wisely, practicing biblical femininity, sustaining God-glorifying marriages, and elevating biblical priorities ahead of day to day pressures. This class is for women only and taught by Kendal Butler and Sarah DeBoer.

Books are available for purchase in the book nook for $10.


An Around-the-World Journey through Christian History

Classroom: Mobile 1

Join us as we discover many historical artifacts which validate the accuracy and influence of the Holy Scriptures. This video series, narrated by Tim Challies, tracts his journey over 180,000 miles, through 80 museums, and across 24 countries and six continents. He explores the historical rootedness of Christianity and the many hallmarks validating its spread across the globe. From the Pilot Stone to a work of graffiti, from the Dogmatic Sarcophagus to John Bunyan’s Jug, this is not your typical survey through church history. As we watch and discuss, this class will boost your confidence in the Scriptures and create an heightened appreciation for God’s providential advance of his gospel through history. This class is taught by Pastor Aaron Roberts.

Books are available for purchase in the book nook.


Welcome to Covenant Class

Classroom: Annex 3

| If you’re not already a member, we would encourage you to join this class. Whether you have recently started attending Covenant, or have been with us for years, we hope you will conside joining the family of believers here through membership. Scripture makes it clear that church membership is an invaluable facet of life in Christ’s kingdom, so we pray that you will consider it. Taking the Welcome to Covenant class does not bind you to membership, but it is the first step toward becoming a member. This class is taught by Pastor Tim Frost.


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 Kellie Grathwol, Jeremy Samsoe, and Christopher Rice.


Through the Roof Adults

Classroom: W-10

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

Classroom: W-10

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.


El Dios que llama: una clase sobre adoración

se reune en Annex 1

Servimos a un Dios santo, maravilloso y todopoderoso. Ninguno de nosotros merece venir ante Él para adorarlo, sin embargo, Él nos llama. Él nos invita a venir en Cristo Jesús. Dado que es Dios quien inicia, debemos entender a qué nos llama en la adoración. En esta clase, exploraremos las pautas para la adoración establecidas en la Palabra de Dios. Esta clase está dirigida por el pastor Burress McCombe.