Whether you're new to the Bible or a long-time Christian who studies the Bible regularly, our adult Bible classes offer a welcoming environment to grow in knowledge, understanding and faith, through a variety of topics and formats.

Choose a class that interests you and jump in at any time.

All classes meet on Sundays at 10:00am. 



In his ministry of reconciliation, Paul develops two themes. The first is the justification of guilty sinners by God's grace alone in Christ. The second is that the people of God are no longer defined by descent, circumcision or culture, but according to faith in Jesus. So, "there is no difference" now between Jews and Gentiles. The call to unity is just as relevant to us today as we continue to face tensions in the body of Christ. May we hear and respond to God's call to us in Romans.  Join us in the Auditorium as we explore the book of Romans in a nine-month study.

Class Makeup: Adults
Location: Auditorium
Teachers: Danny Champion, Ted Neil, Roger Whiteside


Why Should You Serve God?

The problem of suffering is one that challenges non-believers and believers alike.  How can a loving God allow suffering?  Why does a righteous man suffer and a wicked man prosper? In this class, we will consider God’s servant, Job, to see what answers we should be prepared to give to these questions, and what Job’s experiences can teach us about our own attitudes toward the sufficiency of God.

Class Makeup: Adults
Location: Portable A (ask for directions at the Welcome Center)
Teachers: Perry Been, John Schneider, Dan Woodfin


Song of Solomon: Wisdom for dating and marriage

Used and loved throughout the world, the Song of Solomon series teaches the Biblical design for relationships. For both singles and married couples, this exegetical study follows Solomon’s relationship from attraction to dating and courtship, marriage and intimacy, to resolving conflict, keeping romance alive, and committing to the end.

Class Makeup: Young Families (generally anyone with a child in elementary school or younger, but anyone/everyone is welcome)
Location: Room 201 (ask for directions at the Welcome Center)
Teachers: Chris/Janice Wiginton and Ray/Georgine East


Treasure in Jars of Clay: Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians

2 Corinthians 4:7 – “But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.”  In this class, based upon the “For Everyone” guide by N.T. Wright, we will have conversations about how the treasure of the Gospel message, carried through an imperfect people, in mere jars of clay, can change weakness into strength, suffering into blessing, hardship into boasting, and death into life.

Class Makeup: Younger Adults
Location: Room 205 (ask for directions at the Welcome Center)
Teachers: Ryan Crowder, Joey Halbert and Ken Kohl