Here are the Sabbath School Classes that we currently have with general class description (Coming Soon), leader(s) and meeting location.

Children Classes

Cradle Roll – Kindergarten (Ages 0-6)

Class Description –

Leader – Ami Kyser

Location – Cradle Roll Room (down stairs, last door on the left)


Primary – Juniors (Ages 7-12)

Class Description –

Leader – NONE Currently

Location – Primary room (down stairs, second to the last door on the right)


Junior – Youth (Ages 13-17)

Class Description –

Leader – Dennis Meyers

Location – Youth Room (Downstairs last door on the right)


Adult Classes

Sabbath School Quarterly Class: During the Second Quarter (April, May, June)

Class Description— The Book of Matthew

“And an inspired version of Jesus’ story is given in the Gospel of Matthew, our topic for this quarter. Matthew, a Jewish believer in Jesus, and one of the original disciples of Jesus, recounts the story of Jesus from His own Spirit-inspired perspective. Though in common with Mark, Luke, and John, Matthew’s theme is the incarnation, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus, Matthew focuses strongly on the fact that Jesus is the Promised Messiah. He wanted his readers to know that the redemption of Israel was to be found in Jesus, the One of whom the prophets spoke and to whom all the Old Testament types pointed.”

-Andy Nash, PhD, is a professor and pastor at Southern Adventist University, in Collegedale, Tennessee. He is the author of several books, including The Haystacks Church and The Book of Matthew: “Save Us Now, Son of David.”

Leaders—  Mike Mwasumbi, David Battin

Location—  The Sanctuary


Know and Grow Class: Know and Grow will be also focusing on Matthew during the Second Quarter but will include instruction in the History of the Seventh-day Adventist church

Class Description— The Book of Matthew

See above description on The Book of Matthew

Leader— Roger Wiehn

Location— The Know and Grow class will be meeting in the back of the Sanctuary


Deeper Class:

Class Description— James: Mercy Triumphs by Beth Moore

Bible scholars compare James to the prophet Amos. In other ways James more closely resembles the Book of Proverbs than any New Testament book. Come along with Beth Moore on a journey to get to know both the man and the Book of James. You will never be the same again.

Topics in this study include: joy, hardship, faith, reversal of fortunes for rich and poor, wisdom, gifts from above, single-mindedness, the dangers of the tongue, humility, and prayer.

Leader— Rachel O’Neal

Location— Downstairs in the old fellowship hall.