Sunday School – Children & Adult – Fall 2020

This Update:

  • Children’s Sunday School – Virtual (online) and 7th/8th Grade Girls (in person)
    Adult Sunday School – New Class Begins on the Westminster Confession of Faith

Children’s Sunday School is BACK!

  • See the Gospel in the Old Testament as presented by New Life in Christ Sunday school teachers using the book, “Long Story Short,” by Marty Machowski and with permission of New Growth Press.

  • Can you plan in 10 minutes each day to help your family see God’s plan of salvation, starting in the book of Genesis? Get ready to gather your family around a screen to watch New Life in Christ Sunday school teachers present simple, short family devotions (5 per week), and then take time to discuss and apply what you have experienced and learned.

  • The lessons are now online here:
    https://www.nlicc.org/tag/childrens-sundayschoolseries-long-story-short/ 

The content is password protected, contact the church office for the password, or Pastor Sam

  • If you enjoy the lessons, you can purchase the book here.

In-Person 7th & 8th Grade Girls Class meets at 9:50 am

  • By popular demand, the 7th and 8th grade girls class will meet between services (with masks and social distancing) to consider how each one may glorify God and enjoy Him.

  • This class has been taught for many years by Krystal Dowell and Beth Hamilton, and they have created a special class which fits between the first and second service, meeting from 9:50 to 10:20 am in Room 116.

Adult Sunday School – New Class!

  • A new online Sunday school study on the Westminster Confession of Faith (chapters 9 through 22) is available on the New Life in Christ “Systematic Theology II” YouTube Channel.

  • You can also find the class schedule, notes, and PowerPoints here.

  • Join Bob Rumbaugh and Skip Tyler for this weekly recorded class on what God has said through His Son concerning salvation by grace alone and the new life in Christ for all who believe.

  • “Long ago, at many times and in many ways, God spoke to our fathers by the prophets, but in the last days he has spoken to us by His Son…” (Hebrews 1:1)

Past Classes, Sermons, and Services