Pleasing God, Making Disciples of Jesus Christ

Sunday School and ABF

We are offering distance options for some classes.

Contact the Church Office or your class leader for more information.

We offer a variety of study groups and classes Sunday mornings but they are subject change as we respond to COVID-19. Please see the teacher or facilitator for each class if you have questions or call the church office at (401) 884-9111.

Children’s Sunday School Classes

Preschool (potty-trained/age 3) in room 3 with Bob and Beth Farmer – Cancelled

Grades K-2 in room 6 with Jen Smith, Mary Hayes, Mary Lou Schweikart, and Barbara Poland – Cancelled

Grades 3-6 in room 13 with Ray and Joan Farnum, Jonathan and Bethany Seeley –  Virtual

Youth Fellowship Group

Led by Youth Director Jon Sole, grades 7 through 12 meet in the Youth Center for Sunday morning fellowship and study. – Virtual

Adult Bible Fellowship Groups (ABF) – Subject to change, contact church office.

The Gospel of Mark – A guided study of the Gospel of Mark. Join at any time. Gene Messier and Greg Phipps leading in the Berean Room This class is also available via Zoom, please contact the church office for more info.

Genesis – A verse by verse study in the book of Genesis. Led by Bill Rose, Tom Holden, and Ernie Robillard in Fellowship Hall.

Church History – Gene Andersen will be teaching how to look at church history through various lenses including: the visible church and the invisible church, the cycle of corruption and reformation, the challenges of cultural engagement and the call to be set apart, and the acts of men and the work of God. Class will be held in the Sanctuary. Join any time. This class will be live-streamed via SermonAudio.

Women for Christ – Using John Stott’s book, “The Cross of Christ” this group will study the central moment in God’s plan for our salvation. In the real world of pain, how could one worship a God who was immune to it? With compelling honesty John Stott confronts this generation with the centrality of the cross in God’s redemption of the world—a world now haunted by the memories of Auschwitz, the pain of oppression and the specter of nuclear war. Christine Sirr and Shirley Stebbings leading in the Lounge.