Worship with us!
- 8:15am - Prayer Time
- 9:15am - Bible Class
- 10:30am - Worship
Sunday Morning Classes
Children’s Classes (newborn-5th grade)
Ages Infant through 3 years old check in at the nursery:
Infant through 3 year-olds are in rooms 6, 8, 9
Ages 4 years old through 5th grade check in at the Children’s Wing entry:
4’s and Kinder are in room 125
Entering 1st and 2rd Grades are in room 102
Entering 3rd – 5th Grades are in room 109
Year-round curriculum: D6 Second Generation:
D6 has a 6-year scope and sequence for all Bible classes (2yr+) and Praise Kids. All children learn the same things on the same days. Key Principles are built into each lesson to help purposefully shape kids’ worldview illustrated through the biblical stories. Multiple resource for parents to use at home include: discipleship opportunities via e-mail, podcast, blog, physical materials, and social media.
Praise Kids (during Worship)
3 year-olds – entering Kinder in room 125
Entering 1st – 4th in room 108
Praise Kids is for children 3 years old through entering 4th grade. Please check the Order of Worship on the back of the bulletin for dismissal times.
All children can be picked up from their classrooms at 10:15.
Refuge Cafe is more than Bible class. The Refuge Youth Center opens at 9 a.m. every Sunday for a time of fun, food, and fellowship before we gather for announcements, prayer and a focused look at God’s word. Be there before 9:15 a.m., or you’ll miss the lesson!
Summer curriculum: “No Greater Love” Focus: God should be a part of every area of our life. Christianity is a way of life. Function: To help students develop their lives into lives that reflect the characteristics of God. The process of development will be broken down into four stages:
Four Stages of Development
- Reasoning- Why we live for Christ
- Formation- What living for Christ looks like
- Action- How we live for Christ
- Celebration- Rejoicing and celebrating our new life in Christ
The Parables of Jesus – Byron Fike
Room 20, Fellowship Hall
The kingdom of God has a way of turning everything upside down. The parables of Jesus catch us off guard. They are full of surprises and, rather than confirming our human way of looking at life, they communicate what we are not expecting. But when we finally grasp what Jesus is teaching we find it’s not the kingdom that is upside down, but our world. This summer we are combining most of our adult Sunday School classes into a large gathering. Our task will be to let Jesus’ parables turn us right side up.
Beginners – Bill Noland
A study of the Book of John with a specific emphasis on the salvation that God has made available for those who believe in Him. This class is designed for those who are seeking to know God and for new Christians desiring to understand the concepts of salvation.
Nueva Creacion – Janna Gonzalez
A class for Spanish-speakers which focuses on growing in the knowledge of God’s Word.