Sunday School

Last year, we introduced the Follow Me curriculum. This curriculum is based on practices Jesus did and taught us to do as faithful followers. Written for people of all ages, who wish to live out their faith, this curriculum examines where these practices are found in the Bible and how they have been used in the Christian faith, then and now. There are resources for worship, small group discussions, Sunday School for young children, elementary-age children, youth, and adults, as well as an intergenerational gathering for each unit. Foundational essays, practicing the practice at home worksheets, and activities for children in worship are included with every unit.

Young and Old. More than anything, we need you! We need people who can be part of the conversation. Please give us some of your time so that we might get to know each other.

For more information, contact Pastor Jeff at


2022 - 2023 Book Studies

Beginning Wednesday, September 14 at 7 pm, Pastor Jeff will lead us in a total of five book studies through Spring 2023. 

Please sign-up for these book studies to allow us to get an idea of the number of attendees. You don’t need to sign up to attend. It just makes it easier to prepare materials. 

Books may be purchased from your favorite bookstore; we always recommend that you check Hearts and Minds Books online at: Hearts and Minds Books

Galatians – A look at Paul’s words to the Church Then and Now

by Pastor Jeff

April 12 - May 17

Wednesdays at 7:00 pm

Genesis Room and on Zoom

A Scripture Study

Paul’s letter to the church in Galatia has long been one of my favorite books of the Bible. My centering scripture comes from chapter 3 and is the basis of my call to serve Christ. In the course of 6 weeks we will explore each of the 6 chapters of this book/letter. Paul covers many issues including what is the true Gospel, conflicts between himself and other Apostles, the difficulty of understanding that both Jews and Gentiles are saved by faith, the nature of Christian freedom, works of the flesh versus fruits of the Spirit, and the work of serving and loving one another.