Sunday School offers a weekly and consistent opportunity to study the Bible, go deeper in faith, and build relationships within the church community.
For more details about any of our adult classes, please contact Anne Dooley, Senior Director of Discipleship, or the contacts listed below.
Holden Road Campus
+ ADULTING TOGETHER | ROOM 209
A light-hearted group of adults (20s-30s) creating a new community to focus on faith while juggling careers, relationships, families, and more.
Contact: Louis Timberlake, firstname.lastname@example.org
+ ALDERSGATE BIBLE | ROOM 213
Uses the Bible to examine Scripture in an organized, disciplined manner, with an emphasis on understanding what the Bible says and how we can apply that to our daily lives. Participates in service projects such as Helping Hands for Hunger and making dinner for Greensboro Urban Ministry. For fall 2018, we will study Acts and have class socials.
Contact: Byron Ritter, email@example.com
+ ASBURY | CHAPEL
A group of senior adults that concentrates on Bible study led by a number of qualified teachers, using the Adult Bible Study series. Uses microphone for improved audio accessibility.
Contact: Ruth Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org; Tom Alspaugh, 336-292-8284
+ CHRIST IN CONVERSATION | ROOM 108
Features small group in-depth discussions on spiritual faith–focused video and book series. Participants share prayer concerns and enjoy fellowship.
+ COKESBURY | ROOM 106
Young-at-heart seniors who actively volunteer on many levels of church activities. Emphasis is placed on obtaining accomplished teachers/speakers, both members and non-members, to address the class. In Fall 2018, topics will include Christ Church Mission Projects (led by Virginia Reynolds), God’s Mysterious Way (Jenny Jackson-Adams), The Way Forward (Duane Morford & Tom Jordan), The Second Half of Life (John Wilcox), and more.
+ DIMENSIONS | ROOM 211
Do you have a strong desire to deepen your relationship with God? To strengthen your prayer life? This class seeks to interpret the Gospel and apply it to everyday life.
Contact: Robin Britt, email@example.com
+ FAITH AND FAMILY | 110
Focuses on modern Christian and United Methodist parenting and family life through discussion of books, videos, and online materials; connects young families to the fellowship and outreach opportunities at Christ Church; and creates new opportunities for young families to spend time together.
+ FAITH MATTERS | ROOM 205
Explores a variety of topics that help our members explore and grow their faith. Format is a short presentation followed by group discussion on the presented topic, with a variety of social and outreach activities.
Contact: Alan Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org
+ IMPROV | BASEMENT
The intentional focus of the class is to create an “open arms” environment that’s both supportive and creative, where those from all walks of life can participate and experience the act of living out our faith. We don’t just talk about faith—we practice it using the fundamentals of improvisational theatre.
Contact: Joey Rudzinski, email@example.com, 336-558-6467
+ JOURNEYS 2.0 | PARLOR
Designed for adults in their late 30s, 40s, and early 50s who have busy, complicated lives but desire to grow in their faith, in their parenting, and in relationship with other Christians.
Contact: Suzanne Sampson, firstname.lastname@example.org
+ KOINONIA | DISCIPLE ROOM
Combines lecture and discussion formats, led primarily by Linda Danford. Content is divided between Bible study and contemporary works of literature or commentary, with at least one unit of study on Church history each year. For Fall 2018, we will study the book of Reelation and the history of early Christian persecution.
Contact: Linda Danford, email@example.com
+ MONTAGNARD GROUP | ROOM 304
Sings Montagnard hymns, discusses the weekly sermon and scripture, and prays for members needs. Koho is the spoken language.
Contact: Jennifer Lieng, firstname.lastname@example.org
+ NEXT STEP | BASEMENT
Explores ways to embrace John Wesley’s vision of doing all the good we can. Be prepared to do hands-on work and have open and meaningful conversations about the needs in our community and how we can positively affect those needs. The goal is to take our work beyond the classroom and into the community while creating a loving relationship with each other.
+ SEEKERS CLASS | ROOM 101
Lecture/discussion format featuring a variety of short studies and guest speakers. We will have a special presentation by Duane Morford and Tom Jordan on “The Way Forward” on September 16, then a book study begins on September 23. This fall, we will study Grateful by Diana Butler Bass, possibly The Gospel of Hope by Walter Brueggmann, and more. We will try to mix it up by going “book to Bible to book.” Some outside reading is encouraged but not necessary for participation in the class. Refreshments are served.
Contact: Bob Greear, email@example.com
+ Aldersgate/Crusade Class | Parlor
Participants concentrate on Bible Study using the International Lessons, share prayer concerns, stay informed, and participate in churchwide projects and fellowship.
Contact: Jean Nall, firstname.lastname@example.org
+ William S. Ward Sunday School Class | 1st Floor Classroom
Participants share prayer concerns, enjoy fellowship, and study selected United Methodist series from Cokesbury of varying topics. Prepare occasional congregational lunches for teacher appreciation, heritage lunch, and more following morning worship. Plan, prepare for, and participate in Love Feast.
Contact: Robin Dehart, email@example.com