Visit the Classes & Seminars page to access Pastor's Class lectures 

Fall Pastor's Classes | September 12-December 12, 2021

Sundays – 9:30 a.m.

Mark 1-9: A Biography of Jesus | Upper Room
Taught by Rob Norris, Mike Domenica, Nate Robbins, and Phil Greendyk

  • Optional commentary: Mark for Everyone by N. T. Wright
  • The Gospel of Mark was written for the purpose of persuading readers that Jesus was the Son of God, by proclaiming the good news of the gospel.
  • Each week, small groups engage in discussion based on home study questions prepared in advance, followed by a lecture.
  • Online registration is required

Sundays – 11:00 a.m.

Ecclesiastes: Living in the Light of Eternity | Upper Room
Taught by Rob Norris, Dave Frerichs, and Nate Robbins

  • Optional commentary: Looking for the Good Life: The Search for Fulfillment in the Light of Ecclesiastes by Gordon J. Keddie
  • The Book of Ecclesiastes is the record of a spiritual pilgrimage, contrasting the vanity and meaninglessness of this world with our glorious heritage in Christ as set forth in the New Testament.
  • Each week, small groups engage in discussion based on home study questions prepared in advance, followed by a lecture.
  • Online registration is required

Pastor’s Class (Online)

The Book of Ephesians | Week of September 26–Week of December 5

  • Weekly recorded lecture will be posted the prior Thursday on the Classes & Seminars webpage

Additional Sunday School Offerings

Sundays – 9:30 a.m.

  • Confessing Christ - Second Helvetic Confession of 1566 | Taught by Dirk Rankin and others | Room 130
    • This class studies the history and teaching of the Second Helvetic Confession of 1566 and its relationship to the current evangelical context.
  • New Members Class (September 12-October 24, 2021) | Taught by Pastors and Elders | Room 131
  • Pastor’s Class College Table – Mark 1-9: A Biography of Jesus | Upper Room
    • Students from the College Ministry take part in the weekly Pastor's Class. Email Noel Bradley for more information.

Sundays – 11:00 a.m.

  • Young Adults and Young Married Fellowship | Taught by Dave Frerichs and others
    Look for the tent by the Upper Parking Lot

    • We gather for fellowship and to grow in our knowledge of and love for God, as we come to know him through Scripture.
    • Email Dave Frerichs for more information.
  • GENtoREV: A Bible Overview (Old Testament) | Taught by Robin King and Kent Talbert
    Room 131

    • Studies major biblical themes with corresponding book names and many key scripture points that support them. Studying New Testament in the spring semester.
    • Study guide is available by download or may be purchased from Amazon.com, TheBibleStudy.org or in the class.
    • Register online
    • Email Robin King for more information