At First Baptist, we offer three Intergenerational Adult Sunday School classes. Read the descriptions below and visit the class that best suits your learning, or try them all! Everyone is welcome.
Two of our adult classes are meeting both in person and on Zoom, and one is in person only. All meet at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings. If you’d like to participate with one of the classes on Zoom, go HERE and click the class’s button to sign up to get the link, or contact the church office and they can give you the link for the class of your choosing.
Serendipity (Room 145A, in person only)
The Serendipity Class is for adults of any age who want to understand God’s plan of redemption for the world through a verse-by-verse study of the Bible. Come experience with us the power of speaking every word of scripture and be prepared for unexpected revelations as you interact with different voices, and perspectives! This class is led by Danny Trent with others assisting.
Sojourners (Room 151, in person and on Zoom)
The Sojourners Class learns by tackling difficult subjects with a focus on current events such as social justice, stewardship for the Earth, and being in relationship with others. We join scripture with readings from news articles, poems, music, and art to develop our souls in Christ. This group is co-facilitated by Lynne Beatty and Nancy Bonner, with teaching shared among the group.
Lost and Found/DNA (Room 154, in person and on Zoom)
This is a group who explores various aspects of our faith through the study of different books and topics and through the sharing of our own faith journeys. We value good discussion and good coffee. Participants may attend in person or online. This group is led by Bryan Miller and John Pauls.