Sunday School

Sunday School is about building a richer knowledge of God’s Word and equipping his people to live as faithful disciples through the challenges of daily life.

Classes are held between Sunday morning worship services, from 9:45 to 10:45. See below for more information on the courses we’re offering this quarter, and use our facilities map to find the room you're looking for.

For Adults 

 

*While these classes are designed for adults, students are also welcome to participate.

 

Shame Interrupted (Fellowship Hall)

Have you ever wanted to hide and get away from others? Ever experienced humiliation, rejection, feelings of worthlessness, and failure? All of these experiences are evidence of shame. Shame is the non-identical twin of sin. Shame is introduced in the scriptures before sin. Its effects are far more profound and devastating than most of us understand. Shame is not merely regret about what we may have done, and we can suffer from it even if innocent of any wrongdoing. Come hear what God says about shame, how he cares for the shamed, and how Jesus despised shame on the cross. Led by Chris Florence and Todd Blonshine.

The Whole Christ (Music Room)

How the gospel of Jesus Christ is the key to avoiding both legalism and lawlessness. In this study, we’ll see how legalism and antinomianism (without the moral law) are symptoms of often unintentional divorcing of our beliefs from the person and work of Jesus. This study is done within the context of an early eighteenth-century controversy that resonates within the Christian church today. It’s so easy to fall into either trap, and only Jesus leads the way out. Lead by Joe Frazier

The Bible Class (Adult Conference Room, C207)

An interactive class for the study of scripture. The class will continue the study of the Old Testament books, 1st and 2nd Samuel. Samuel presents Jesus as the heir to David’s throne as King David’s life and kingship point forward to Jesus Christ. These 2 books tell the story of King David’s ascent to power, his accomplishments and failures, and how God continued to fulfill his covenant promises. The class will have a time of fellowship, study, and prayer. Bill Stern leads this class.

Peace 101 (Library)

New to Peace? Interested in membership? Come find out what Peace is all about and where you fit in. Lead by Doug Domin.

For Students 

Middle School (C200/C202)

OT God’s Promises – I Kings to Malachi: Prophets and Kings God’s new covenant pointed forward to Immanuel, the Suffering Servant
Teachers: Alex Fuller, Bruce Innes, Darla & Tim McDonald

High School (C204/C206)

Bible and Theology: Applying Faith to Life
Teachers: Jono Darville, Caroline Bowersox

For Children 

Two- & Three-Year-Olds (C105 & C107)

God’s Family: Beginning the line of promise – Adam through Joseph
Teachers: Laura Parrish, Jen Regehr, Sharyn Van Hook, Glynda Westerbeek

Fours, Fives, and Kindergarten (C109/C111)

God Leads His People: God’s thrilling rescue of Israel from Egypt and how the Old Testament points to the Savior
Teachers: Alisa Arslan, Dana Minnick, Michael Regehr, Jenna Tomlin

First and Second Grades (C104)

Obeying God: Stories about the prophets and kings
Teachers: Carole McCreery, Kurt & Dolores Rundle

Third and Fourth Grades (C106)

God’s Grace in the Law: Applying the Ten Commandments – a study in Exodus
Teachers: Beth Barfield, Liz Buckner, Melissa Hill

Fifth Grade (C102)

NT Bible Survey – Matthew to John: The life, work, and teachings of Christ in the Gospels
Teachers: Xan & Sara Innes, Katharine Parrish

*Learn more about "the Big Picture." for children and youth education at Peace.