ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL
Sunday school classes are offered for adults each Sunday from 9:45-10:30 am. Although most of our classes have a wide variety of age levels, they do have a median age that fits into young, middle or senior adult categories. Below is a list of our current Sunday School Classes for adults.
Bad Girls of the Bible
Main Building, Lower Level, Chapel
The Bad Girls of the Bible Sunday School Class came together to take part in a study called “The Bad Girls of the Bible,” and enjoyed one another so much that they’ve continued to meet ever since! Topics range from studies written by Rev. Adam Hamilton to a number of studies written by popular women theologians and ministers. The teachers rotate between the members of the group. They enjoy a time of fellowship, a sharing of “God Moments,” and a devotion/study each week. Women of all ages are welcome to join the group.
If you would like more information about Bad Girls of the Bible, contact Janet Loveless at (580) 658-0797 or Sue Horning at (580) 721-9798.
Bits & Pieces
Main Building, Sanctuary, East Classroom
The Bits & Pieces Sunday School Class is made up of men and women who enjoy engaging in a variety of topics. The studies range from topical discussions about the differences between major faith groups, to theological and philosophical discussions about the existence of God and the spiritual growth of believers. Class members are involved in many church activities, monthly socials, and mission projects.
If you would like more information about Bits & Pieces, contact Will and Jill Frazier at (580) 641-0091.
Main Building, Lower Level, East Classroom
The Harmony Sunday School Class is made up of older men who enjoy engaging in theological discussion and study of the Bible. Scott Morris facilitates the discussions each week.
If you would like more information about Harmony, contact Scott Morris at (580) 756-4064.
Main Building, Sanctuary, West Classroom
The Stepping Up Sunday School Class is a multi-generational group of adults. The class focuses on spiritual growth as a person of faith with great discussions. They study contemporary and Bible issues. They try to intertwine both Biblical and contemporary issues to seek a better understanding of their faith.
If you would like more information about Stepping Up, contact Brook and Heather Holding at (580) 658-0923.