Classes are a great way to way to grow deeper in your faith. Dig into God's word to learn who he is and how you can follow Jesus.
Sunday School is for adults. The elders take turns teaching on topics that they feel will make the most impact in your life.
Children's Sunday School
Children's Sunday School is for kids ages 3 through 7th grade. The kids are broken into age groups and have fun, interactive lessons that teach them who Jesus is.
Wednesday Bible Study
Adults will meet all together for the first half in prayer time.
For the second half, there are small-group style options of men's class, women's class, and young adult class where they will study different topics and offer times of encouragement to one another.
A staffed nursery is available throughout the night for younger children if desired.
Youth Group Sunday School
Youth group classes are for 8th-12th grade. The kids will have the opportunity to study the Bible, share prayer time with one another, and build community.
Baby class is offered for children who can sit up (in a buckled chair) through age 2. This offers them a chance to learn very basic truths like "God made everything" and "God loves us" while allowing parents to attend a class.
The youth group (grades 8-12) will spend time sharing prayers and praises, doing a lesson/Bible study together, and will round out the evening playing games and bonding.
Children's Classes & Choir
Children's classes are offered during the first half for ages 3 through 7th grade, broken into age groups where they will dive deeper into the Bible to learn more about God and Jesus.
During the second half of the night, ages 5-13 will have the opportunity to be a part of the children's choir where they will learn praise and worship songs and work on putting together a short play.
Want an in-depth self-study?
An adapted online course of Dr. Alva Huffer's Systematic Theology is available through the Minnesota State Conference. These lessons are presented with the hope of providing a better understanding of Scripture and developing a closer walk with God.