We are a class of couples and singles who are in close fellowship – serving God, the church, the community and each other. There are several socials during the year: one day retreats, Grand Adult Valentine luncheon, Christmas Brunch and after class luncheons on specified Sundays. There are two monthly bridge groups, one meeting in the day and one at night. Our service projects include the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Thornwell Children’s Home, Living Waters for Girls, and The Salvation Army.
The Amazing Collection is a video Bible study, taught sequentially book by book. The series contains 66 videos, organized in 11 sets. Each 45-minute program gives an overview of one book in the Bible. The main characters and theme of each book come alive with dynamic teaching, original music videos and personal testimonies. For more information, contact Sue Waggoner at 404-846-0807.
This class does not meet on Memorial Day, July 3 or September 4.
This class offers an in depth teaching of God's Word. Through that teaching, our desire is for the members of the class to grow in their knowledge of Scripture; to walk more closely with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, to be knit together in community with one another; and to live out the gospel as we serve our church and our community.
The Builders Class provides a Christ-centered community for young couples who want to learn biblical principles for building strong and fulfilling marriages, families and careers. The class also facilitates opportunities for fun and fellowship. For more information please see www.thebuildersclass.com.
The class will not meet from Memorial Day until after Labor Day.
Christ Connection is a smaller class who enjoy varying Christian interest topics and becoming more familiar with the Bible. Our class size lends itself to discussion, encouragement and support of each other as we work toward being more Christ-centered in our daily lives. We have participated in service projects such as serving dinner at North Avenue Presbyterian Church, Nicholas House, Clifton Night Shelter, Central Presbyterian Shelter, and Trinity House. We have also worked at Habitat, Georgia Ave Community ministry, and the Atlanta Community Food Bank. We are a friendly group and would love for you to visit anytime! We do not meet from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Connections is a couples class that strives to stengthen our connection to Christ and one another. Each Sunday morning, we have a variety of teachers who, through God's word, help us to strengthen our marriages, friendships and families.
Throughout the year we enjoy connection with each other through various small group dinners, socials and service events. This class will not meet on May 29 or during the month of July
This class sings the great old hymns and excellent teachers discuss topics ranging from books of the Bible to contemporary books and current issues in discussion format with great interaction. Through quarterly parties and an annual retreat, we enjoy Christian fellowship while fulfilling our responsibilities with community concerns, such as Habitat for Humanity and the Women’s Day Shelter. In addition, members are very active fulfilling needs and responsibilities as Church Elders, teachers, choir members, pastoral care, Stephen ministers, ushers and on many guilds and committees.
Credence is a diverse couples group seeking to strengthen their spiritual foundation through study, friendship and service. Lively class discussions, focused on Biblical Study, Christian texts and contemporary issues. Credence outreach projects include Habitat for Humanity, Giving Back at Christmas, the Salvation Army and other community concerns in which class members have assumed leadership roles. We greatly enjoy fellowship outside of the class through our quarterly social gatherings, and occasional retreats.
Our goal is to become stronger Christians through Bible Study and other diverse topics presented by our core teachers. We joyfully support local and international charities and enjoy periodic socials at member homes.
Anyone who is not already in a Sunday School class is invited to join our scripture-based study. Our goal is to grow in our understanding of the Bible, furthering our personal relationship with Christ, and preparing us to answer our young children’s questions about the Bible, guiding them as they grow in Christ. Additionally, we participate in topical book studies and invite outside teachers into our class. Regular social events and class outings are an important part of our fellowship.
This class does not meet through the summer.
The class is composed of singles and couples, with and without children. Classes are centered on a variety of Biblical and Life Application topics. The class is very active outside Sunday mornings with several ongoing mission projects, as well as monthly socials and retreats twice a year. Anyone interested in friendly fellowship accompanying spiritual growth is welcome. There will be no class on July 3.
This class is for those who desire fellowship and friendship through weekly lessons about the Bible presented in lecture form with class participation. Besides volunteering throughout the Church, we enjoy fellowship in periodic dinners, social events, visits to local attractions, monthly bridge, and occasional retreats. Our benevolences include the support of seminary students, Calvin Court, Good Samaritan Health Center, Wellspring Living, and other Christian groups.
This class strives to apply their Bible study to daily life. The class blends lecture and discussion in class meetings, generally linking Biblical teaching to today’s ethics and current events. Through quarterly social events and a semi-annual retreat, they enjoy Christian fellowship and prayer, while addressing community concerns through Shepherd’s Inn, Buckhead Christian Ministry, Atlanta Mission, and others.
This class does not meet from Memorial Holiday through Labor Day.
We are a class of couples with children. Our study of the Bible, integrated with our journeys in life, encourages us to one day leave our greatest gift to future generations, a “legacy” of lives lived by faith in Jesus Christ.
We do not meet from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Our class uses both lecture and discussion formats as we study books of the Bible and topic-driven lessons. We fellowship with friends each week as we study God's Word. All are Welcome.
Class will not meet on Memorial Day or June 12 through Labor Day.
These singles share their personal growth and spiritual experiences to create a loving and caring environment of Christian service and fun. Our activities include community service projects such as: hosting parties for the residents of the Calvin Court, Carpenter House, Roswell Nursing home and painting for the Foundation for Hospital Art. For fun, we go whitewater rafting, enjoy parties and picnics, attend the theater, meet for dinners, movies and go to area sporting events.
The class mission is to increase our Christian faith and facilitate its application in our daily lives. To achieve this mission, a range of topics, teachers and activities are offered to provide spiritual growth, as well as social and community involvement. We support First Love Kids, Sandersville, Ga., LaAmistad, Buckhead Christian Ministry, Bill Maness Scholarship Fund and other church related charities.
Sola Scriptura, or By Scripture Alone, describes the content of this Sunday morning Bible study. We study Scripture together, recognizing that in hearing well the words of Scripture we hear God’s Word to us. That means asking good questions of the text of Scripture as to what can be challenging to understand or put into practice. It means asking good questions of ourselves as ones invited to hear and to share the good news of Jesus. We are led by a regular team of Bible teachers - Janie Jeter and Paul Quiner. All ages, with any amount of previous Bible study, are invited to join us on any Sunday.
The Vine is an active, spiritually-based group of adult singles who come together to study God's word, build friendships, and participate in service projects. The Atlanta Community Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, and assembling care boxes for soldiers and Operation Christmas Child represent the wide variety of community organizations that we support. We also enjoy Sunday lunches, movie nights, small-group dinners, dancing, and outdoor adventures such as hiking, tubing, and kayaking. Ours is a caring, warm, and vital group that would welcome the chance to get to know you.