Adult Sunday School seeks to help us avoid having just a full head or just a full heart. We recognize that a disciple of Jesus must have both a full head and a full heart in the pursuit of knowing God and living a God-centered life. Sunday School does not meet all the needs of a disciple of Jesus, but it is a key component of training ourselves for godliness (1 Timothy 4:7-8).
At ECC we have two kinds of classes, Core Classes and Focused Classes
Core Classes: These are classes that we believe every Christian needs to participate in to help them in the task of “training for godliness.” They are offered on a rotating basis and are held in Fellowship Hall.
Focused Classes: These are smaller sized classes that explore more in-depth a particular issue or topic from a Core Class. They are held in one of our additional classrooms.
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(All Sunday Schools meet from 9:15-10:15am)
Reading the Late Historical Books, March - April
Why does the book of Esther never mention the name of God? And why is I-II Chronicles in the Old Testament when it seems to just repeat much of I-II Samuel & I-II Kings? Perhaps more urgently, what do these narrative books in the Bible have to say to the Christian today? To uncover some of these answers and explore more, come join us in this Old Testament Survey class where we will look at a group of books in the Bible that often provoke more questions than answers for Christians today. Join Michael Lyons as he teaches in the Fellowship Hall.
- 3/5, Persia!? I Thought I Was in an Old Testament Class! Audio
- 3/12, A Roadmap to Ruth Audio
- 3/19, ***Break: Congregational Prayer***
- 3/26, A Roadmap to Daniel: Part 1 Audio
- 4/2, A Roadmap to Daniel: Part 2 Audio
- 4/9, A Roadmap to Esther Audio
- 4/16, ***NO SUNDAY SCHOOL: EASTER***
- 4/23, A Roadmap to Ezra-Nehemiah
- 4/30, A Roadmap to I-II Chronicles