Sunday School

Bethany Church offers a full range of study and fellowship opportunities for children, youth, young adults, and older adults.  Sunday school, in session from 9:45-10:45 a.m. each Sunday morning, features six different classes for adults, one class for youth, three classes for children, and a nursery.  

On the second Sunday of each month at 9:30 a.m. the Sunday school classes meet in the fellowship hall for breakfast and a time of fellowship before class.  All are welcome.

For more information on adult Sunday school classes, check the most recent copy of our newsletter, The Banner.

CHILDREN’S CLASSES  
Nursery, Pre-K, K-2, 3-5
Our Children’s Sunday School classes are comprised of two teachers and children in kindergarten thru 5th grade. Each Sunday the class has a Bible lesson, coinciding activities, a video and fun crafts. Seeing these children learn, enjoy fellowship with friends and taking steps in their walk with Christ is very special!

YOUTH CLASS
Middle school and high school students meet in the Youth Room.
Jeremy Nardozzi and Beth Cook are facilitators.

ADULT CLASSES

Lacey Martin Fellowship Class is made up of couples and single persons.  They use the lecture/discussion format, using the quarterly Uniform Series for Methodists.  

Faith Class is composed of couples and single people in a range of ages.  They incorporate the lecture/discussion format to study the Bible, using the quarterly Uniform Series for Methodists.  

Friendship Class is a very involved mission-minded class, made up of married and single people of various ages, studying the word of God. They use A Life Guide Bible Study as a basis for discussions, led by several facilitators.  

TBD Class is composed of men and women who seek the latest knowledge about the Bible and Christian tradition from current scholars, ministers and theologians, using DVDs available from several sources, including The Great Courses.  There is also a focus on issues of interest to religion and society.  

Connected Class is composed of young and middle-age adults, both married and single, college age and up.  The class discusses topics of interest to young and middle-age adults, which have included a verse-by-verse study of the Sermon on the Mount and a six-week series on Financial Faithfulness.  

Journey Class uses a verse-by-verse approach to Bible study.  The class is made up of men and women of various ages, both married and single.  The class incorporates a discussion format, based on a Life Guide Bible Study.

 

 

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