Education and Nurture

Book Study of "Killing Jesus"

Tom McCulloch is leading the study of the O'Reilly book, "Killing Jesus," a discussion, and amazing study of the actual life and times of Jesus, including the Roman involvement in the life and worship of the Jewish people. Come join us, Mondays at 7 pm.

Elementary Classes


Kindergarden to 5th Graders

Meet in the Bethany Room downstairs.  We use the multi-age We Believe curriculum, following the seasons of the church year.  We read the Bible, then retell and explore the meaning of each passage for us in a variety of ways. A goal is to use many of the multiple intelligences so we can each learn by working in our comfort zones, and by stretching ourselves to use different ways of processing information.

Wee Believe Pre-school Classes

For 3-5 year olds meet in the room next to the nursery to learn many stories in the Bible and about some of God's leaders.


A little over a year ago, a small group started meeting at Carrie and Dan Cobb's house. This group involves mostly parents of kids age 14 or younger, but is open to others as well, as long as they don't mind the noise of kids in the background while the group meets! Last year, we thoroughly enjoyed studying the book "One Thousand Gifts," by Ann Voskamp, and we are currently reading "What's so Amazing about Grace," by Phillip Yancey. Both books have been full of inspiration and wisdom and great launching pads for discussions. Our group always shares a meal as well and that has become an important part of our time together. We are learning about Christian community together, as well as stretching our faith and opening our minds. Feel free to call Carrie or Dan at 452-0476 with any questions about the group. We meet about once a month, usually in the late afternoon.

Youth Classes - Middle and High School Students



Meet in the large room downstairs.  This class is studying Gospel Light Press "Uncommon" series by Jim Burns, relating Scripture to youth life issues.


Meet in the Library upstairs to also study the "Uncommon" series.