The Big Day is almost here! Sunday School, Worship Care, and the Traditional and Contemporary worship styles are returning!

SUNDAY SCHOOL HOURS | 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00 AM
Masks Required

Adults | 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00 AM Class Options

Sunday School gives you the opportunity to connect with other adults of similar life-stages, delving into God’s Word, sitting under a prepared and caring teacher, with the opportunity to ask questions and share insights. Masks are strongly encouraged. Visit our Sunday School page to see various class options. Education Pastor: John Johnston

Students (7-12 Grade) | 9:30 AM in the Chapel

Students begin in the Chapel for large group and then meet in smaller, grade-level groups. Masks are strongly encouraged. Student Pastor: Justin Hall

Children (1-6 Grade) | 8:15 & 9:30 AM Class Options

Children's Sunday School meets in grade-level classes. We request only one parent drop off and pick up. Classrooms will have hand sanitizer, and kids will use individual supplies when possible. Leaders will wear face shields, and masks are strongly encouraged for the children. Children's Ministry Director: Megan Woodham

Preschool (Babies-Kindergarten) | 8:15, 9:30 & 11:00 Class Options
Preschool Sunday School and Worship Care classes meet in age-level classes. One parent should check in at the Preschool entrance and then accompany the child to the class. No registration is needed. Leaders and children will wash hands frequently, and children will use individual supplies when possible. Leaders will wear face shields. Preschool Ministry Director: Julie Parmer

We have taken additional precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. One example is the recently installed Reme-Halo UV treatment system in our HVAC systems, including the Worship Center, Chapel, preschool area, and all classrooms. This system destroys viruses and pollutants in the AC ductwork. We have also installed hands-free soap and paper towel dispensers in the restrooms. Stay updated by following our social channels (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).