Adult Sunday School

2021-2022 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.

  • PAUL'S LETTER TO THE ROMANS PART 1

    Leader: Bill Martin

    Location: Church Parlor


    This class is designed to cover the first half of Romans with the second half to be covered in the next seven-week time frame. The objective is to present Paul's teaching in a way that is helpful to new and experienced Christians alike. This letter is the favorite of many of the church's greatest theologians and reformers. Here we find the clearest and most systematic statements of what Christ has accomplished and how we are to respond. Here we see God's love in action creating and redeeming for His glory and our joy in fellowship with Him and with each other.


    WORSHIP: TO THE PRAISE OF HIS GLORY!

    Leaders: Henry & Kelly Knapp

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    What really is worship? Why do we go to worship? Is going to church the same thing as worshiping "in Spirit and in Truth?" What is God-centered worship and is it possible for us today? In this class, we will look to the Scriptures for the command and opportunity to worship God - and what that worship looks like. We will discuss the different elements of worship and why we do what we do on a Sunday morning as believers. Join us as we seek to be transformed by our understanding of the glory of God.


    YOUR JOURNEY WITH JESUS: A STUDY OF PROVERBS

    Leader: Doug Keim

    Location: Barclay Building


    Join us this fall as we dig into Proverbs Chapters 3-6!!! We will be doing a verse by verse in depth study of these chapters and discussing their meaning as well as how to apply them to our lives today in 2021. I hope that you join me in digging into this section of scripture and growing in your knowledge of the Word of God.

     

    HABAKKUK

    Leaders: Gary & MarJean Miller

    Location: Room 305, Main


    Why in the world would anyone want to study an obscure minor prophet like Habakkuk?  Why?  Because Habakkuk is just like us!  He wonders why God isn't answering his prayers. He scolded God for not listening. Sound familiar? Do we Watch? Wait? Kneel? This little book is a dialogue between the prophet and the Lord. Come to Sunday School and we'll get to know Habakkuk...and ourselves. 

     

    STARTING POINT: AN INTRODUCTION TO HEBRON CHURCH

    Leaders: Bruce & Margie Krogh

    Location: Room 203, Main


    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 a required for those interested in becoming members of our community of believers.

  • PAUL'S LETTER TO THE ROMANS PART 2

    Leader: Bill Martin

    Location: Church Parlor


    This class is designed to cover the second half of Romans. The objective is to present Paul's teaching in a way that is helpful to new and experienced Christians alike.  This letter is the favorite of many of the church's greatest theologians and reformers.  Here we find the clearest and most systematic statements of what Christ has accomplished and how we are to respond.  Here we see God's love in action creating and redeeming for His glory and our joy in fellowship with Him and with each other.


    DENOMINATIONAL DIFFERENCES: YET, UNITED IN CHRIST

    Leader: Henry Knapp

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    In this class, we will explore the theological and social differences which exist between various Christian denominations—always conscious of our fundamental unity in Christ. What is distinctive about our church that differs from Methodists? Or Catholics or Baptist or Pentecostal churches? We will have an opportunity to learn about different views on authority, baptism, communion, church leadership—all the while discovering what it is we believe and hold to here at Hebron Church.

     

    THE MINOR PROPHETS ON MAJOR VIRTUES

    Leader: Katrina Dunderdale

    Location: Room 305, Main


    This topical study through the Minor Prophets is focused on the ways we as God's people please God - and how we displease Him.  Using Jesus' analogy of the goats and sheep as incentive, we will consider in our current contexts what we don't do for the Kingdom as much as we consider what we do to please God and seek to grow more like Him. 

  • THE TRINITY

    Leader: Dan Brown

    Location: Church Parlor


    The Trinity, the Triune God, is at the foundation of all Christian beliefs. And yet, it is often misrepresented, misunderstood, and thus not used or talked about very often. It is a mystery for sure and we sure won't solve that in this short session, but we will examine it, examine Scripture, and gain a better understanding of our 3 in 1 God.


    WHO AM I? LIFE LESSONS FROM MOSES

    Leader: Andrew Churchill

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    We will be exploring together the life of Moses in this 4-week study, with a special emphasis on how God guided Moses as he navigated complicated issues of identity, fear of man, and God's calling on his life. This is a study for anyone who has ever felt on the outside looking in or struggled to understand God's timing and plans and purposes.

     

    DEVOTED DISCIPLESHIP: THE RESOLVE TO LIVE DIFFERENTLY

    Leader: Kelly Knapp

    Location: Room 305, Main


    In this class, we will explore what discipleship is and what our response is to Christ Jesus in this present age. Forget resolutions that are all about us in 2022; we will focus on the resolve it takes to follow Christ’s command to sacrifice, choose wisely, live counter culturally, and live faithfully while in exile. We will look at some of the lies we regularly embrace and the lies the culture infiltrates us with—and combat this mindset through the renewing of our minds with God’s Word. Come learn what taking up your cross means as a whole-hearted disciple. 


  • EPHESIANS

    Leader: Dave Mulock

    Location: Church Parlor


    A quick study of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians is all we have time for in this 7-week course, but we will have time to revel in the riches of God’s grace expressed to us in the Gospel and sense the power of God at work in His placing us in Christ and in raising Him up. We will also investigate how the mystery of God’s plan revealed in the gospel has dramatic implications for how we are to live as Christ’s body in the world. These are a jam-packed 6 chapters that demonstrate how we are to “be to the praise of His glory.”


    PEACEMAKER

    Leader: Rich Lukas

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    Jesus said, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God.” It is clear that God puts a high value on our desire to be peacemakers among others, and being a peacemaker will be a clear distinctive among His children. We will be using Ken Sande’s book, The Peacemaker, which relies heavily on God's Word, to reveal how the struggles within our hearts foster much of the conflicts that plague us, as well as how the Gospel empowers us and provides the motivation to be the peacemakers that honor God.


    TBD

    Leaders: Greg & Beth Anderson

    Location: Room 305, Main


     

  • THE ORDINARY CHRISTIAN FAMILY - A LIVING LABORATORY OF GOD'S EXTRAORDINARY GRACE

    Leaders: Knapps and Guests

    Location: Fellowship Hall


    Join us as we examine one of God’s greatest (and most challenging!) gifts: the family. We will be looking at God’s created purpose for the family, and the impact of sin and the Fall. God’s grace and redemption extends to every aspect of family life. Whether we talk about marriage, raising young children, reflect on how to honor our father and mother, offer tips on doing life with adult children, being an “adult child” or navigating other tricky family dynamics—we will do so all to the praise of His glory!

     

    SIX LITERAL DAYS

    Leaders: Don & Yvonne Blasko

    Location: Room 305, Main


    In this class we will seek to understand young earth creationism and its importance to the Gospel and the social issues of today.

     

    GALATIANS

    Leader: Dan Brown

    Location: Church Parlor


    Paul's letter to the Galatians is all about the Gospel and the way to enter the Kingdom of Heaven.  This letter addresses social and racial divisions, false teachings, as well as the fact that both Christians and non-Christians need the Gospel.  We will be using the Bible, Timothy Keller's book called, Galatians for You, and other sources.  We may very likely not get through the entire letter in just seven sessions, so we will focus on the first 3 or 4 chapters and get as far as the Lord leads us.

     

    STARTING POINT: AN INTRODUCTION TO HEBRON CHURCH

    Leaders: Bruce & Margie Krogh

    Location: Room 203, Main


    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 a required for those interested in becoming members of our community of believers.

  • Confirmation class is for you if you are in grades 9-12, and if you want to learn more about your commitment to God in Christ Jesus as your Lord and Savior, and learn more about your commitment to your Church family.  By the end, you will be able to decide if you are ready and want to be a member of Hebron Church.  This class will help you strengthen and develop a greater knowledge of God, the Bible and the Church, and you will learn and grow in faith while spending time with peers, under adult leadership.


    Leaders: Katrina Dunderdale & Doug Keim

    Location: Youth Rooms, Main