Sunday School

Each week adults gather every Sunday morning at 9:30am for approximately one hour to study the truths of Scripture and to pray for one another in an intimate setting. This hour seeks to compliment our pulpit ministry through studies in God’s Word that will produce an “applied theology” in the lives of our people. We strive hard to provide ample opportunity to grow in “grace and knowledge”, from our Sunday School Bible study hour, to our Sunday evening Bible Study classes structured to explore crucial doctrine and lifestyle issues related to Christian living.

Each Sunday night, while our children are being ministered to in AWANA Club, adults meet for a verse-by-verse study of a book of the Bible. These studies are a wonderful time of digging deep into Scripture and mining out the the riches. With open dialogue and thought-provoking questions, it is always an eye-opening and heart-searching time together in God’s Word.


Here at Grace Church, we take the Great Commission seriously – all of it. Jesus said, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you.” (Matt. 28:19-20). After a person believes on Christ, the next step is to begin to grow spiritually.

Unfortunately, many believers never get going on the journey – the journey to maturity. At Grace, we make discipleship a priority. We are committed to coming along side of you and helping you in your journey to greater Christ-like maturity. That means teaching believers more of God’s Word and God’s ways. It’s what He’s commanded us to do in the Great Commission.

At Grace Church, we lead believers through a 2-year process of in-depth study of systematic theology and church history, using Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology and other important books. Men and women meet bi-weekly on alternating weeks.

Growing in maturity doesn’t happen overnight. It’s not an event, it’s a process. A process that Jesus Himself used with the 12 disciples, which made them the kind of men who “turned the world upside down.” (Acts 17:6) Christ made that kind of impact on the disciples through having a mentoring relationship with them. And that’s the approach we take here at Grace.