Sunday Bible School

Summer Quarter 2017 | June - August

Christ Covenant Church offers Sunday Bible School (SBS) classes for all ages. Classes meet at 9:00 a.m. each Sunday morning. For more information about each age-level class (community), go to our SBS Communities page.

Click here for a printable brochure for the Summer 2017 quarter.

COMMUNITY LIFE CENTER
Please click here for a map/layout of the Community Life Center and where most of the classrooms are located. The Senior Adults and Young Seniors meet in the Worship Center.


Senior Adults "Coram Deo"

Location: Worship Center, Room 201 (Choir Room)
Topic: The Righteousness of God
Teacher: Chris Williams, RE
“Oh the depth of the riches and wisdom and knowledge of God!” Paul wrote this in the book of Romans, after spending eleven chapters explaining in detail how God saves sinners. Reflecting back on this amazing salvation plan, he offers this word of praise. Our study will unpack his explanation chapter by chapter so we may join with his voice in praising our Redeeming God. We invite you to join us as we journey through this great epistle.


Young Seniors

Location: Worship Center, Room 211
Topic: Meeting Jesus at the Feast: Israel's Festivals and the Gospel
Teacher: Bob Medeiros
The Bible tells the unique story of the history of God's redemption, focusing on the central character, Jesus. It was difficult for the ancient people of Israel to put their faith and hope in a Messiah who would not make His appearance for more than a thousand years, so God gave them a series of feasts that provided a hint of the One who was coming. Join us as we fellowship and together consider the seven feasts God gave Israel with the goal of meeting Jesus in the feast.


Sojourners

Community: Parents of college-age students
Location: Community Life Center (CLC), Rooms 5 & 6
Topic: Heroes of the Reformation: Exploring the Lives of Reformers Who Changed History
Teacher: Paul Engle, TE
Have you ever wondered how our Protestant faith got its start and who were the influential men God used to change the world? You are invited to join us for a stimulating study to get acquainted with some of the leading heroes of the Protestant Reformation as we approach the 500th anniversary. We will look at the lives, times, and teachings of Calvin, Luther, Zwingli, Hus, Knox, Tyndale, and others. Our teacher Paul Engle is a seasoned Teaching Elder in the PCA and has traveled to Reformation sites so will use photographs and other visuals to illustrate this biographical study.


Student Families

Community: Parents of middle school and high school students
Location: Community Life Center (CLC) Chapel
Topic: The Whole Story of the Bible in 16 Verses
Teacher: Pastor Brian Peterson
Student Families will be going through the book The Whole Story of the Bible in 16 Verses by Chris Bruno. This book captures the plotline of the Bible and highlights sixteen key Bible verses that stand as “turning points” in the biblical storyline — enabling us to see God’s incredible plan to redeem His people and glorify His name from Genesis to Revelation. Whether it’s exploring the creation of humanity, the establishment of the covenants, or the coming of the Messiah, this book will help Christians see how God’s Word tells a single story about His sovereignty, glory, and grace.


Young Families

Location: Community Life Center (CLC), Rooms 1 & 2
Topic: Galatians
Teachers:
Elders from the Young Families community
Is there a better book in the Bible that invites us to plumb the depths of the freedom that has been granted us in Christ than the book of Galatians? We would all be hard pressed to find a better one! Your Young Families' elders will be leading the community through a study of Paul’s letter that we might better live – individually and communally – as those set free.


Young Professionals (Young Pros)

Community: Young singles & newly married
Location: Community Life Center (CLC), Rooms 3 & 4
Topic: The Christian Life and the Local Church
Teacher:
Pastor Dave Baxter
Why do I have to go? I worship just as well on the trail or in a park. I listen to a podcast of my favorite preacher every day on my commute to work. Is it really necessary to join? I’m a Christian, isn’t that enough? What’s wrong with just being a regular church attender? Why are they are always asking for more volunteers — or more money? Aren’t there more effective ministries out there for serving my community and reaching unbelievers? And don’t all these different churches just reflect the kind of division in the body of Christ that Jesus prayed against in the upper room? Why should I join just one? Or more specifically – why should I join this one? These are the all good questions. Many of us have asked them – at least some of them – at some point. This summer we will tackle these questions and more as we consider the priority of the local church and its role in our lives.


18|22 Generation

Community: College age
Location: Community Life Center (CLC)
Topic: The Character of David
Teachers:
Church members
This summer 18|22 will study the character of David. You can expect to learn from a variety of teachers within our church about how our lives relate to the very ordinary man of David. We will learn more specifically about what it means to mature as a Christian, wrestle with sin, and depend on God in trying circumstances.


Youth Ministries

Community: High school and middle school (combining for the summer)
Location: Youth Center (lower level of CLC)
Topic: The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit
Teachers: Pastor Stewart Neely, Pastor Andy Schuster, & the youth ministry teaching team
This summer, we will be learning about the person and work of the Holy Spirit, including His roles within the Godhead, in salvation, and in the lives of believers.


SPECIAL NEEDS MINISTRY
King’s Kids

Location: B Building, Room 105
Topic: Tales of the Kingdom
Teachers: Team Rotation
This class is for teens and young people beyond that age beyond with special learning needs or disabilities. The median age of class members is 25. Team teachers use a curriculum involving the five senses, and activities are varied. Distinctive features of this class include caring buddies who facilitate individualized learning, visible encouragement, and the extensive use of music for worship, scripture memory, missionary stories, and learning fun.


Nursery and Children

NOTE: Christ Covenant trains and certifies all of our nursery volunteers and all Children’s Ministry personnel who work directly with children. Call Gatha Schleicher at 704-814-1045 or visit the Children's Ministry website for more information.

Our Children’s Ministry offers a full schedule of classes for infants through elementary grades. For security, every child is issued an ID tag through the Visitors’ Center in B-102. 
Your child’s specific room information will be provided at the first check-in.