Sunday School Classes
Sunday School is on a break until June 5. This is a new rhythm for us as a church, which allows a rest for our teachers and volunteers, especially in the children’s area. There currently are no Sunday School classes between April 24 - May 29, 2022. Summer Sunday School begins June 5, 2022. All Sunday School classes begin at 9:00 a.m. and will run for 4 weeks this summer - June 5, 12, 19 and 26. We hope you will find a class that will benefit your relationship with Christ and connect you with others.
Our pastors are looking forward to hosting a time of fellowship and prayer each Sunday morning as we begin class. Regular discipleship and fellowship is a vital part of learning to stand on truth and walk in grace together. If you have any questions about Sunday School, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To download a PDF of the fall Sunday School booklet, click here.
Cultivating a Devotional Life
Teachers: Wade Byrum and Jeremy Wanamaker
Meets in the Community Life Center 1 & 2
What role does one’s devotional life play in one’s overall life as a Christian? What should the main goal be? What are some various guides, tools, and methods we can utilize? What are some practical steps one can take to help foster this? Who are some of the individuals in history that we can learn from? We’ll explore these together over a four-week period in an interactive setting.
Presbyterians as Evangelicals: The Present & the Past
Teachers: Don Fortson & Brent Andersen
Meets in the Community Life Center 3 & 4
This class will explore what it means to be a Presbyterian evangelical in 21st century America and what it has meant historically to be a Presbyterian evangelical. Questions we will explore: How does one define evangelicalism? How has the PCA lived out its evangelical commitments? How have American Presbyterians been a part of the evangelical movement in centuries past?
Providing Help and Hope in Addiction
Teachers: Bob Goudzwaard & Derek Wells
Meets in the Worship Center Room 211
What are addictions and how do we understand them from a biblical perspective? This class will explore this question with a view toward helping those who are struggling with addiction or directly impacted by someone who is struggling with addiction. We will consider the spiritual and physical dimensions behind many addictions and seek to provide a balanced Christian approach to pursuing change and transformation.
The Why, Who, What and How of Congregational Singing
Teacher: Nathan George
Meets in the Worship Center room 201
Have you ever wondered about the differences between singing worship songs in your car and with 1000 other people on a Sunday morning? Have you heard that there is an audience of One in worship, and is that true? Do you think singing should train your affections? Should worship include lament as well as joy? Let’s explore the why, who, what, and how of congregational singing together.
Understanding World Religions
Teachers: Blair Smith & James Anderson
Meets in the Community Life Center room 5 & 6
With different religions often around us in our religiously pluralistic culture, it is increasingly important for Christians to understand the beliefs and practices of our neighbors. What is a religion? What are the major religions of the world and their teachings? How does a Christian evaluate them? These questions and more are engaged as we seek to move from understanding to faithful engagement. Join us in an overview of Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese Religions, and Islam.
The New City Catechism
Teachers: Ginny Joyce, Aaron Mayes & Tiphany Speck
Meets in the Worship Center room 105
The King’s Community is a class designed for those with special learning needs or disabilities, but open to any who want to get to know and learn with this wonderful community in our church. Team teachers use a curriculum involving the five senses and a variety of activities. 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. This trimester we are studying and learning biblical doctrine through The New City Catechism.
Middle School & High School Youth
The Story of the Everything in Four Words
Teachers: CCYM Staff
Meets in the Lower Community Life Center
If someone asked you to explain the entire Bible in one paragraph, or just one sentence, could you? How about just four words? Redemptive History (sometimes simply called “Biblical Theology”) is the study of the whole story of God’s work in the world as it is progressively manifested (or revealed) over time. Christians typically summarize this story in 4 parts: Creation, Fall, Redemption, and Restoration. This summer, CCYM will be looking at each of these categories in Scripture (through both teaching and guided Bible study) to discover and discuss what God has done in history, what it means for us here today, and where everything is headed.
Children's Sunday School
Christ Covenant Children’s Ministry uniquely comes alongside parents and caregivers to assist them as the primary disciple makers of their children. We desire to partner with all families in developing children to be lifelong worshippers of the living God. While corporate worship is the primary focus of our Sunday, Sunday School is the time set aside for children of all ages to gather together and grow in their knowledge and love for God with teaching and engaging activities designed just for them! We hope all families will make their children’s Sunday School attendance a priority so that you don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to grow in the Lord together!
Checking in Your Child
Please check in all children prior to Sunday School at one of our three check in locations. If you are visiting for the first time, please come to the Children’s Ministry Welcome Center in the North Lobby where a staff member will be there to assist you. These check in locations can be found in:
- The North Lobby of the Worship Center
- “The Gate” in Building B Room 102
- The foyer of Building C (9:00 a.m. only)
9:00 A.M. Locations
- Nursery (newborn to 24 months) is located in the Worship Center.
- Preschool (2-4 year olds) meets in Building B
- Elementary (K-5th grade) meets in Building C
10:45 A.M. Locations
- Nursery (newborn to 24 months) is located in the Worship Center.
- 2-4 year olds meet in Building B. Twos may be in their class for the entire worship service. Threes and Fours enjoy worship with families until the offering. During the offering, please escort your children to Children’s Bible Time in Building B.
Have questions or need help finding where your child goes? Email us at email@example.com or stop by the Children’s Ministry Welcome Center in the North Lobby. We are happy to help!