SUNDAY SCHOOL CURRICULUM & STRUCTURE • What we are teaching:
We are currently using the curriculum Explore the Bible. Explore the Bible is a book-by-book Bible study for small groups and Sunday School classes of all ages that takes participants deep into the context of God's Word and challenges them to live it out in their own context. From preschool to adults, Explore the Bible presents a rich, age-appropriate study experience that pursues biblical context through:
Balanced study plan
Archaeological and historical background
In-depth Bible commentary
"Context passage" that reveals larger biblical context
Engaging group discussion questions for every book of the Bible
Explore the Bible also challenges participants to live out biblical truths in their own context through:
Clear application points in each session
Shared memory verse for groups and families in each session.
Find out more at www.lifeway.com/n/Product-Family/Explore-the-Bible.
CONNECT GROUPS • 5:15 – 6:45 PM (Sunday Evenings)
Location: (3rd Floor)
Structure: Discipleship happens here! Most people (especially teenagers) learn best when they are put in a "need to grow" situation. When a student is plugged in to a Connect Group, they will have the support and advice of caring adult mentors and other students who are pursuing a deeper walk with Christ. When they face those "need to grow" situations, that support system will be there to help them through it. The focus of these groups is on developing consistency in the disciplines that will help them grow their faith (Scripture reading, Scripture memory, prayer, accountability, and sermon application).
WEDNESDAY WORSHIP - 6:30 PM
Location: Youth Room
Structure: The night begins with an opportunity for the students to hang out and fellowship with each other. Then we go into a time of worship where we focus on praising God, which is followed by a lesson prepared by our own personal studies of God’s Word. The youth service is a great way for student’s to mature and grow together in their relationship with Christ.