And daily in the temple, and in every house, they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ.—Act 5:42
Sunday school provides a structure for teaching God’s Word. A systematic
teaching of the Scriptures – not just preaching (Acts 5:42) needs to occur through all age levels. Children, youth, and adults are provided with opportunities for discovery, review, and interaction as they study God’s principles.
Sundays 9:00 AM to 9:50 AM
Pre-School to 1st Grade - Sis. Alease Taylor
2nd - 5th Grade - Sis. Swanie Stewart
Teens - Min. Shannon Anderson
Sisters Circle (Women)- Sis. Stephanie Valentine
General Adults - Deacon Willie Jackson
This happens in small groups better than large groups as you can learn, ask questions, involve yourself in the lives of others, and generally make yourself vulnerable among other people who are doing the same in small groups.
Smaller Communities Are More Effective. Small groups simulate small communities which advocates a level of intimacy easily lost as numbers grow.
Deeper Friendships & Accountability
When people know you, really know you, your life becomes far more transparent, including your sin.Others learn to read you and will call you out for those sins, creating opportunities to deal with real life difficulties as they surface. This is part of what we should expect from good friends.
It Creates opportunities to discuss the issues with others in the church. Church life issues can be discussed openly among trusted friends. Mission can be planned out and participated in together. Lives are sharpened and leaders developed. Small groups are an absolute necessity for involving as many people as possible in the life and ministry of your church.
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