SUnday School

Adult Sunday school classes meet on Sunday morning from 9:15-10:15

You can find information about our youth and children's Sunday school classes by clicking the link. 

  • Grace- Young Adults Class

    Room 201

    The Grace class is attended by college age and young adults, single, or married, who wish to learn more about God's word and how to apply this to daily life.  The class is flexible so that students home from college or those who sometimes work on Sunday can drop in and enjoy the lesson for that day!  We are a fellowship of Christ centered believers who pray for one another, support one another in tough times, and rejoice together in times of joy!  

  • Intentional parenting class

    Located in room 106

    Whether you come from a traditional family, blended family, are a single parent, or are raising your grandchildren, we can all be encouraged by sharing stories of how we handle the challenges and difficulties of raising a Godly family.  This class uses video and discussion based curriculum and is led by Kristina Alexander.  For any questions contact Kristina at kjonespc@yahoo.com.  Currently this classes is using the study- Sacred Parenting by Gary Thomas.  Parenting is a school for spiritual formation and our children are our teachers.  Instead of discussing how parents can change their kids, Gary Thomas turns the table and demonstrates how God uses our kids to change us.  Led by Kristina Alexander.

  • New wine class

    Located in the library, room 206

    Singles and couples are welcome to join this relaxed, open and casual atmosphere. New Wine averages 10-15 students every week with an age range of 50's to 70ish.  This class participates in a variety of discussion based studies with some seasonal lessons.  For more information, contact Janet Jones (205-338-1370).

  • Sojourners class

    located in room 204

    This class is compromised of women and men ages mid 40s and up and is led by Pastor Ava.  The format is discussions around topics of faith, culture, current events, and how these intersect.  Various topics have been used and resources have included videos or selected books.  The class members ae committed to inclusion and openness to new perspectives.  It is a safe place to ask hard questions.  Recent studies have included Unafraid with Adam Hamilton, Different not Divided- Finding a Third Way (a video based study on how people of faith can stay together even if they disagree), and Guided by Grace, Love & Light (a video based study on developing openness to intimacy with God that is transformative.) Contact Ava Rozelle at 205.505.0811 or ava.rozelle@gmail.com

  • Serendipity class

    Located in room 111


    Taught by Mike Carr, the study topics of this class vary from biblical studies to topical. Currently, this class is studying Adam Hamilton's book, "Christianity and World Religions." They average around 35 students a week with an age range of 40s to 70s. Serendipity is a warm, sociable class with a mix of couples and singles. For more information, contact Mike Carr at carr.m@att.net.

  • Ann self Bible class

    Located in room 105

    The Ann Self Bible Study Class reads, studies, and discusses the scripture of the bible.  We are adult Christians of all ages, marital  statues, and life stages.  We are currently studying the Old Testament in chronological order.  We welcome new comers and visitors.  Cathy Limbaugh leads the class with the assistance of Linda O'Shaunesy and Kevin Miller.  Contact Cathy at cslimbaugh@tds.net

  • Seekers class

    located in room 116

    Taught by Dr. Karen Joines, this warm, caring and loving class is connected to one another through study, prayer and fellowship. They average around 30 students a week with an age range of 60+ years. Beyond study, they have prayer partners and gather twice a month for fellowship. They also support missions by sponsoring an endowment fund. 

  • Varona Perry Class

    located in room 203

    Taught by Charles E. Smith, this class uses the Adult Bible Study curriculum from the United Methodist Publishing House, which provides a variety of excellent material from the Old and New Testaments. The average attendance is around 15 students with an age range of 75+ years. For more information, contact George Boutwell (205-338-3710), Charles E. Smith (205-525-5350) or Ann Day (205-884-1018).