Winter 2018-19 Adult Sunday School Classes

Winter Kingdom Classes
(December 2, 2018 – February 24, 2019)
Come join us and grow in your relationship with Christ. New Adult classes begin December 2. Classes meet at 9 am and are open to all.

Covenant of Discipleship
Taught by Pastor Doug Kittredge (Pastor Doug’s office)  

Are you interested in joining New Life in Christ Church? In this class Pastor Doug will cover the core beliefs and values of the church as you prepare to join church.

Bible: Romans
Taught by Bob Rumbaugh and Doug Bergen (fireside room)

The Apostle Paul’s letter to the church in Rome stands out as one of the key doctrinal books in the Bible. Calvin said the following of Romans “when one gains knowledge of this Epistle, he has an entrance opened to him to all the most hidden treasures of Scripture”. This class will provide an in-depth walk through the entire book over twelve weeks.

Our Presbyterian Heritage
Taught by Jay Storms and Jeff McConnell (room 217)

This study is important not as a matter of “Presbyterian” pride but as part of knowing God and making sure we as individuals and the body of Christ seek God as He has revealed himself in the Bible. This class is as much about tracing the heritage of those that faithfully seek God’s truth as it is about Presbyterianism.

Family and Relationships: Suffering
Taught by Pastor Sean and Skip Tyler (room 219)

When death, illness, a difficult relationship or unemployment challenges everything we thought we knew, we can feel utterly unprepared. In this class we will weave together personal stories and biblical insights to help us address suffering by identifying traps to avoid and God-given comforts to embrace.

Healing the Wounded Heart
Taught by Mark Shigley (room 100)

If you are one of the millions of people who have suffered abuse in the form of rape, incest, molestation, sexting, sexual bullying, unwanted advances, pornography, and more, you know that hope doesn’t come easy and healing can seem impossible. Dan Allender has been there- and he’s spent twenty-five years helping other victims of sexual abuse walk the path toward wholeness.