Sunday School

Our Sunday morning Sunday School hour begins at 10:00 am for all ages.

Exciting things are happening in the Pre-K through 6th Grade Sunday school. Children have a time for fellowship, Bible memorization, singing and introduction to the morning’s bible story. The children will then go to their Sunday school rooms to continue learning about the story!

Sunday School Programs
Toddler & Pre K Class Pre K Classroom
Kindergarten – 3rd Grade K-1 Classroom
4th – 8th Grades Middle School Classroom

Download our Youth Sunday School Brochure

Films are an integral part of our culture and as such a useful tool to help us explore our faith. During class we will view films followed by stimulating discussions. We will use a study guide that leads us through five areas of spiritual, ethical, or moral discussions based on scenes or ideas contained in the movie. We will be challenged to see the connection between the film, our faith, and lives. Scripture will be incorporated throughout the discussion, so keep your Bible handy!


Agape Class – Mary Ann Vance, Teacher – The Agape class is an inter­-generational group that gets together every Sunday morning for lively discussion of the Bible. This year we will be studying some of the New Testament Letters to see how they apply to our everyday lives. Our goal is to have God’s Word so penetrate our hearts that we are transformed more and more in to the people God wants us to be, so that we can make a difference in the world. Please join’ us!

Seekers Class – Maurice Pap La Rin, Teacher –  Our beloved Director Emeritus, David Brouse, put it best that the Seekers began as the Young Adult class for returning WWII veterans, founded by young surgeon Bob Yasui. Its heritage has and will be a discussion group format for Christian values. As technology developed, the Video and DVD formats from outstanding teachers and resources, formed the basis for continuing multi-­generational Christian education, with its goal of developing personal and community growth in Christian knowledge and history.

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