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 Spring 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.
Location: Worship Center, Room 201 (Choir Room)
Topic: Stories Jesus Told
Teacher: Pastor Bruce Creswell
The world’s greatest Teacher spoke clearly and used
simple stories of everyday life to illustrate His teachings.
Individually and collectively, these stories we call
parables play an important part in our Lord’s mission
of salvation and judgment. As we look at His parables,
we will seek to understand their purpose and their significance
in His teaching and for our lives. We invite
you to join us in our study of the stories Jesus told.
Location: Worship Center, Room 211
Topic: Exploring the Story of Biblical Worship
Teacher: Dr. Paul Engle
Join us for a fresh exploration of what the Bible teaches
about worship. We’ll view the sweep of the biblical
story from Genesis to Revelation, looking at how this
impacts our experience of worship today. We’ll discover
the overarching umbrella that unlocks the meaning
of worship as we climb seven mountains where
worship occurred. This class will utilize hundreds of
slides, video clips, discussion, and handouts along our
10-week spring journey. Dr. Engle, our instructor for
this quarter, has written extensively on this subject and
taught it as an adjunct professor in several countries.
Community: Parents of college-age students
Location: Community Life Center (CLC) Rooms 5 & 6
Topic: Vocational Calling
Teacher: Pastor Mike Miller
The Sojourners community will continue our study of
faith and work using a variety of books and resources
designed to help the Christian understand his or her
purpose in God’s plan as related to vocational calling.
Gleaning from the books, Your Work Matters to God,
Kingdom Callings and Every Good Endeavor, we seek
to gain a biblical understanding of our various jobs
and connect them to God’s design and purpose.
Community: Parents of middle school and high school students
Location: Community Life Center (CLC) Chapel
Topic: What’s in a Name?
Teacher: Pastor Brian Peterson
God may be known in three primary ways. First, we can
know God through His attributes, or getting to know
Him in His nature. Second, we can know God through
His names, or knowing God for how He relates to His
people and to creation. Finally, these all converge by
knowing God through the person and work of Jesus
Christ. The Student Families community will be learning
to know God through the names by which He has
revealed Himself, each of which point to the Son. This
topic, The Names of God, began February 5 and will
continue through April 2, at which time we will begin
a survey of different people in the Bible for whom God
changed their names and how they interacted with the
redemptive significance of the new name in Christ.
Location: Community Life Center (CLC) Rooms 1 & 2
Topic: Communication and More
Teachers: Young Families Elders and Friends
One could contend that the greatest need and the
greatest challenge in marriage — and in all of life —
is communication in a manner that builds up and
does not tear down. We’ll look at biblical instruction
on communication, and look at how to improve our
communication skills. We will mix in some fellowship
times and some Sundays of special focus.
Community: Young singles & newly married, college age
Location: Community Life Center (CLC) Rooms 3 & 4
Topic: Living Hope in Hard Times (cont.)
Teacher: Pastor Dave Baxter
These are hard days — often threatening to consume
us with discouragement and fear. This spring quarter,
we will continue to look at how we can live with hope
in the midst of hard times by remembering that God is
always at work, training us to see what He is doing, and
aligning our lives (and hopes) with His purposes.
The Smart Stepfamily
Special 12-week Study)
Location: CDS High School Room 109
Teachers: John and Asheley Ramseur
When we start our journey as a stepfamily, we may not
understand what challenges we will face or how long it
might take to reach “The Promised Land” of a healthy
stepfamily. Just as God brought Israel out of slavery in
Egypt, God can redeem our families out of the tragedy
and pain that go along with divorce and remarriage.
The Smart Stepfamily gives encouragement and
wisdom in an effort to help stepfamilies walk hand in
hand with their Lord in the present. Join us to learn
the steps to strengthen our families. Please register at
Community: High School
Location: Youth Center (lower level of CLC)
Topic: Common Roadblocks in Evangelizing a Lost World
Teachers: Pastor Stewart Neely
& Youth Ministry Teaching Team
The high school class will seek to understand and
address some of the most common hurdles in
sharing the Gospel, from addressing the problem
of theodicy, to the hypocrisy of Christians, to the
apparent “division” between faith and science. We
hope to engage with pertinent questions non-Christians
offer while also viewing God’s sovereignty in
the salvation of the lost.
Community: Middle School
Location: Youth Center (lower level of CLC)
Teachers: Pastor Andy Schuster & Youth Staff
Our middle school students will be studying the
book of Colossians this spring.
SPECIAL NEEDS MINISTRY
Location: B Building, Room 105
Teachers: Team Rotation
This class is for students with special learning needs
or disabilities. Team teachers use a curriculum
involving the five senses, and activities are varied.
We’re continuing our study in the gospels with
emphasis on Luke. 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.
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.