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 2022 Classes
Welcome to Covenant Class
Classroom: Annex 5
This class introduces you to other people who attend Covenant, communicates what we believe, and shows you areas of ministries in which you can 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 pre-requisite to membership. This class is taught by Pastor Burress McCombe.
Jonah: Grace for Sinners and Saints
Classroom: Multipurpose Room East
This class will study the book of Jonah, particularly looking at how God never stops pursuing us, how he is sovereign over all of our circumstances, and how he is present among the joys and difficulties of life. Each week we will engage in both large and small group discussion with an emphasis on personal application. This class is led by Campus Minister Joe Slater and Pastor Tim Frost.
Living a Grace-Paced Life a in Burnout Culture
Classrooms: Annex 4 and Soundproof Room
Our time is spent doing many good things but our pace is unsustainable –
lacking the regular rest, readjustment, and recalibration we need. This discussion oriented book study will help us identify the warning signs of burnout and offer practical strategies for developing patterns that are necessary for a grace paced life.
MEN – Please join us as we utilize the book, Reset, by David Murray. This class is led by Ruling Elder and Director of Care and Counseling Greg Becker. Meets in Annex 4.
WOMEN – Please join us as we utilize the book, Refresh, by Shonda and David Murray. This class is led by member Jill Lassiter and Associate Director of Women’s Ministries Sarah DeBoer. Meets in Soundproof room off the kitchen.
Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies
Classroom: Multipurpose Room West
Are you a woman who influences children – mom, grandmother, aunt, neighbor, or teacher? “You have trained your children in the Christian faith. They know scripture, they know that Jesus’ death and resurrection on the cross paid for their sins. They may have even had some profound experiences. They should be safe, right?” This study will help you teach the children you love, little ones to teenagers, how to think through and address issues that sound harmless, and even right, head-on yet with gentleness and respect, to “demolish arguments raised against the knowledge of God” (2 Cor. 10:5).This class is led by members Jane Blair, Kendal Butler, Grace Good, Nicolette Stephens, and Grace Weniger.
Classroom: Mobile 1
This class is for fathers raising boys. We will reflect on how our own upbringing has affected us and influenced our parenting, and we will discuss strategies for being intentional, present fathers. This class is led by Ryan Ritter.
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
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.