Many people find Sunday School classes become their church community — a small church in a large congregation. Sunday School classes meet at 9:45 a.m. all around our campus. If you have a specific interest, would like to start a new class, or have a question, contact us.
ACTS (Adults Caring Through Scripture), B-205
Explore faith journeys, scripture, social issues and Christianity through guest speakers and engaging dialogue with this diverse group of people primarily in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
Commissioned is for Emerging Leaders (mid twenty through forty crowd), who want to dig deeper into Biblical texts and explore how theology shapes our ability to love and serve our community and world.
Feasting on the Word, B-206
Find out what life in Christ means and why it matters. This lectionary-based Bible study, led by Rev. Dr. Millie Snyder, is designed to enrich your discipleship and deepen your understanding of God’s Word.
Gain a deeper understanding of faith and its impact on daily life in this class of baby boomers. As a group in our sixties and seventies, we invite outside speakers and clergy to teach us. Time is set aside for service and fellowship.
MPACT (Myers Park Active Christians Today), B-204
Learn to live your faith through Bible study and the exploration of contemporary social issues. This class knows no age limit and enjoys the fellowship and support of one another.
Rhodes-Johnston-Boyce Bible Class, B-006
Journey through the Scriptures with women and men of all ages in this traditional Bible study lead by Union Presbyterian Seminary professor Rev. Dr. Richard Boyce.