Adult Sunday School resumes on September 11 at 10:15 AM. 

Adult Sunday School

2022-2023 schedule

Adult Sunday School meets every Sunday at 10:15 AM. No sign up is necessary. Click the + next to the term to view what classes are currently being offered.

  • PROVERBS

    Leader: Doug Keim

    Location: Barclay Building


    This semester, we will continue our study of this awesome book. We will be studying Chapters 10-12, verse by verse, and see how this amazing Old Testament book applies to our lives today. I hope you will join me as we dig into the next section of Proverbs.


    CORNERSTONES OF TRUTH - SESSION 1

    Leader: Don Blasko

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    This class explores what Christians believe and why. Session I answers why should we believe that God exists? Why Christianity of all the different religions? What should we believe about the Bible? Bring your skepticism to this class (along with any skeptics you know)!

     

    HEBREWS: PART 1

    Leader: Bill Martin

    Location: Church Parlor


    The book of Hebrews is a magnificent New Testament work. It gives us unique insights into the meaning of the Old Testament in light of the New, and the meaning of the New Testament in light of the Old. It is a tremendous resource for extending and deepening our knowledge of Christ. This class will emphasize these themes.

     

    MARRIAGE TAKES MORE THAN LOVE

    Leaders: Kelly & Henry Knapp

    Location: Room 305, Main


    What does it take to make a marriage work? What makes a marriage distinctly “Christian” anyway? Marriage takes more than love. It sounds straightforward and simple, but what more exactly do you need? The Knapps will explore what this unique covenant is all about according to God’s design for a solid, Christ-glorifying marriage. There will be some practical things pertaining to expectations, communication, the grace of forgiveness and how to play/rest together intentionally. All marriages are either dynamic or deteriorating; the husband-wife combo must either progress or perish. Come focus on your marriage in this class (or explore more about marriage if you are single!) and grow as God desires you to grow—to the praise of His glory.

     

    STARTING POINT AND INTRODUCTION TO HEBRON CHURCH

    Leaders: Margie & Bruce Krogh

    Location: Barclay


    This class is about Hebron Church, what we believe, how we are organized, the resources we offer to our congregation and the community, and the opportunities for ministry and service. It is open to anyone interested in learning more about Hebron and is required for those interested in becoming members of our community of believers.

     

  • THE TRINITY

    Leader: Dan Brown

    Location: Church Parlor


    The belief in a Triune God who is one God yet with 3 distinct persons is one of the very core beliefs of Christianity and yet it is one of the most misunderstood and most challenged beliefs. We will be examining how Scripture offers indisputable evidence of the Trinity and how our Reformed tradition supports that.

     

    EZRA/NEHEMIAH: REBUILD, RESTORE, REJOICE

    Leader: Andrew Churchill

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    Join us as we walk through the lives of two ordinary men, Ezra and Nehemiah, who God used to do an extraordinary work during a season of exile and uncertainty for the people of Israel. By examining aspects of God’s calling on their lives, we will discover unique ways that God has prepared and positioned each of us to be rebuilders and restorers who rejoice in the Lord no matter what.

     

    HOW TO STUDY THE BIBLE

    Leader: Katrina Dunderdale

    Location: Barclay


    Church people often say, “Christians must study the Bible daily” - as if that’s an easy thing to do—like falling off a bike! But for most of us, we were never taught how to study the Bible, what tools we need, how much time is needed or even how to know if we’re “doing it right”! Join us for 4 weeks when we will look at some practical aspects of how to study God’s Word in a way that encourages knowledge, a fear and awe of the Lord, discernment and wisdom for everyday life.

     

  • CORNERSTONES OF TRUTH: SESSION 2

    Leader: Don Blasko

    Location: Room 305, Main


    Having shown in Session I (hopefully!) that God exists and the Bible can be trusted, now we will explore what the Bible teaches us about who God is and how we relate to Him. This will include the attributes of God, the Trinity, the sovereignty of God and human freewill, angels and demons and the fall of man and original sin. We’ll also discuss what different denominations believe about these things.

     

    PROVERBS

    Leader: Doug Keim

    Location: Barclay


    This semester, we will continue our study of this awesome book. We will be studying Chapters 13-15, verse by verse, and see how this amazing Old Testament book applies to our lives today. I hope you will join me as we dig into the next section of Proverbs.

     

    FAITH DRIVEN PARENTING

    Leaders: Kelly Knapp & guests

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    Everyone is shooting for something in parenting. Good kids or God-centered kids? Healthy functioning kids or holy (set apart for the Lord) kids? Join us as we explore one of God’s greatest (and most challenging!) gifts to us: family. We will primarily be looking at what God’s created purpose was in the formation of families and what resulted because of the Fall. Whether we talk about the practicalities and challenges of raising young children, reflecting on how children should honor father and mother (and ultimately the Lord), or navigating other tricky family dynamics that come up on this parenting journey—we will do so all to the Praise of His Glory!


    STARTING POINT AND INTRODUCTION TO HEBRON CHURCH

    Leaders: Margie & Bruce Krogh

    Location: Barclay


    This class is about Hebron Church, what we believe, how we are organized, the resources we offer to our congregation and the community, and the opportunities for ministry and service. It is open to anyone interested in learning more about Hebron and is required for those interested in becoming members of our community of believers.

  • APOLOGETICS

    Leader: Kristy Tomashewski

    Location: Barclay Building


    Introduction to Apologetics: Why We Believe What We Believe. Have you ever had a non-Christian friend ask a really tough question about your faith, but you didn’t have an adequate answer? In this introduction to apologetics, we will take a look at ways to defend the Christian faith against other belief systems or worldly arguments.

     

    WHY I CAN TRUST THE BIBLE

    Leader: Henry Knapp

    Location: Room 305, Main


    We are frequently told we can no longer assume the Bible is trustworthy or true. Many have raised serious questions about where the Bible came from, highlighting various difficulties or pointing out contradictions, and challenging if the books in the Bible are even the right ones. In this class, we will explore such things: where are the actual, physical letters that Paul wrote? What’s the difference between a version, a translation and an edition? Do we all have to learn Greek/Hebrew to really read the Bible? Why doesn’t Henry like Study Bibles (what’s his problem, anyways)? How do we know errors haven’t crept into the Bible via human transfer? The goal is to inspire confidence in the Scripture the Lord has given us and to help guide believers to trust the Bible fully.

     

    HEBREWS: PART 3

    Leader: Bill Martin

    Location: Parlor


    The book of Hebrews is a magnificent New Testament work. It gives us unique insights into the meaning of the Old Testament in light of the New, and the meaning of the New Testament in light of the Old. It is a tremendous resource for extending and deepening our knowledge of Christ. This class will emphasize these themes.

     

    HOW TO WALK INTO CHURCH

    Leader: Margie Krogh

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    How do you walk into church? Eagerly, grudgingly, expectantly, or do you just walk in through the door and go sit down? This study guides your heart and mind to walk into church with a prayerful purpose. Where will you sit? Who will you interact with? This study will help create a new awareness of how you personally interact with those around you on Sunday morning!