Why Attend Sunday School?
Attending Sunday School is a great way to enjoy fellowship, receive solid, biblical teaching and learn with other believers. We have age, life stage, and topical classes. We hope you will give one a try because Sunday School can play an important role in your faith journey. For more information, contact Kimberly Chassay, Discipleship Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Resources Available!
Bonhoeffer - Discover the major themes of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s writing in this 4-week video series by Eric Metaxas.
Reason for God – Wrestle with tough questions and modern-day objections in this 6-week video series with participant guide by Tim Keller.
Sacred Rhythms – Explore spiritual disciplines and grow closer to God in this 6-week video series with participant guide by Ruth Haley Barton.
Surprised by Hope – Discuss the world to come and the world that is in this 6-week video series with participant guide by N.T. Wright.
Adult Sunday School Options
|The table||LIFE TOGETHER||TRINITY||THE FAMILY|
|boomers||POTTERS CLAY||B.A.S.I.C.||THE CHURCH THEN & NOW|
|galilean||journey||SPECIAL TOPICS||LOOKING TOWARDS MARRIAGE|
Singles and Married couples | all ages | 9:45am | Fellowship Hall
Intersections is a new multi-generational Sunday School class with the express goal of supporting FPC's Vision 2020. This class will aim to be serious about the study of the Bible and serious about taking the message to the world. Contact Doug Meikle.
Life Stage Classes
Singles and Married couples | ages 20s–30s | 9:45am | Solarium
This is the Young Adult community of FPC. The purpose of this group is to develop deep community through sound Bible teaching, authentic worship, and engaging social activities including local and international outreach programs. Click here for more information.
Singles and Married couples | ages 25–40 | 9:30am | Chapel
Life Together is more than a once a week one-hour Sunday School class. This class seeks to help people grow in faith and friendship with others through solid Bible teaching, weekly small groups, social events and service opportunities. This class is designed to foster community and fellowship; being equipped for ministry wherever the Lord places us. Contact Shannon Going for more information.
Married couples | ages 30–40 | 9:30am | FH 154
Trinity values studying the Bible, growing in faith, and developing relationships. Extending far beyond Sunday morning, many members meet weekly for men’s, women’s, and couples’ small group Bible studies and service projects. Contact John McKee at 281.496.9415.
9:30am | 10 Oakdale (Youth House)
The Family gathers for coffee, fellowship and study in the Scriptures. We know that it’s tough to navigate life as a parent when your kids are teenagers; the goal of this class is to listen, encourage, and inspire you in the journey of raising your children in a way that honors the Lord Jesus in every way. There will always be a Christ-centered biblical teaching. More information here.
Persons born in the 40s and 50s | 9:30am | Living Room
Join other baby boomers who want to grow together in faith, build trusting bonds of friendship, serve the needs of others, and have fun along the way. This class offers Bible-based teaching, group interaction, and small group discussions. Contact John Boom for more information.
Mature couples and singles | 9:30-11:00am | LC 269
This class will discuss The Truth Project. The Truth Project is a DVD-based curriculum comprised of 13 one-hour lessons taught by Dr. Del Tackett. Each lesson discusses in great detail the relevance and importance of living the Christian worldview in daily life. Please visit our class or contact Camille Reiser at 713.256.8100 to join the class or for more information.
All ages | 9:30am | Mini Gym
This class offers a large lecture-style Bible study that emphasizes biblical scholarship and spiritual application to the Christian life and current events. Contact Houghton Hutcheson for more information. Listen to past teachings available online at www.backtothebasics.org.
All ages | 8:15am | FH 253
This seminar-style class focuses on various aspects of church history including the tenets of theology, faith, and practice. It also includes an examination and comparison of the practices and foundations of the faiths of other traditions. Contact Barbara Buckner at 713.464.9874 for more information.
All ages | 9:30am | Adult Library
This fellowship seeks a deeper understanding of biblical and denominational principles and their application, while promoting strong bonds of friendship and candid discussion. Contact Laura Higley at 713.661.0096 for more information.
All ages | 9:30am | FH 251
This class focuses on contextual studies of the books of the Bible, paying attention to the circumstances in which they were written and their relationship to the Bible’s message. Contact Ophir Lyra at 281.420.2124 for more information.
All ages | 9:30am | FH 253
Listen to lectures and join in discussions led by speakers from our church and community on a broad range of subjects including theology, ethics, church history and education. This group desires to challenge those in pursuit of Christian intellectual stimulation. Contact Susan Egolf for more information.
All ages | 9:45am | CE 214
Contribute to lively group discussions designed to deepen faith and nurture a personal relationship with God through Bible study and prayer. Class members share in fellowship and community outreach activities. Contact Bob Hunt for more information.
All ages | 10:45am | FH 251
This in-depth Bible study, in the context of Presbyterian and Reformed Christian thought, encourages class discussions exploring key issues of our faith and its significance. Contact Ophir Lyra at 281.420.2124 for more information.
Begins October 9 | 9:15am–10:30am | CE 225
A seven-week series designed to be helpful and relevant to you as you prepare for marriage. The topics include families of origin, finances, communication and conflict resolution, intimacy, relationship building and covenant of marriage. Pastors and laypersons with particular expertise in the topic being presented will teach and Alan and Claudia Stewart, Robert and Michelle Raney, and Pat and Beth Flinn facilitate the class.
The classes will be held from 9:15 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. in room CE 225 which is located on the second floor of the main church building (not in the Lancaster Center).
To register, contact Claudia Stewart at 713.664.5305.