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Adult Sunday School

Sunday School Overview

Our adult Sunday School program seeks to create Godly men and women with full heads and full hearts. We recognize that disciples of Jesus need more than just book knowledge or feel-good messages, but only flourish through Scripture and the Holy Spirit. Sunday School alone does not meet every need, but learning from other believers 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

Core classes address topics we believe all Christians should engage with to help them train for godliness. These lecture-style classes are offered on a rotating basis and are held in Fellowship Hall.

Focused Classes

These smaller-sized classes explore particular and/or sensitive issues more in-depth than Core Classes do. They are often interactive and may require a degree of vulnerability in those who attend. Focused classes are held in one of our additional classrooms in the modular building behind the church.

Current Adult Sunday School Schedule

(All Sunday School classes meet from 9:15–10:15 a.m.)

Amos: Imaging god to the marginalized

April 8 - June 10, 2018

This Old Testament study on the book of Amos looks at how the prophet Amos teaches us how to image God better to our neighbors. We will wrestle with the meaning of the text is Amos's day and discuss together what it means for the people of God today. Taught by Michael Lyons.

Class Memory Verse (Amos 5:6, 14 - 15a):

Seek the LORD and live...

Seek good, and not evil that you may live...

Hate evil, and love good, and establish justice in the gate...

4/8, Reading Amos in light of Prophecy and History (*audio may have a blank space due to table discussion time) Audio

4/15, Amos 1 - 2   Audio

4/22, Amos 2 - 3  (audio not available)

4/29, Amos 4   Audio

5/6, Amos 4:4-13  Audio

5/13, No Class: Congregational Prayer

5/20, Amos 5:1 - 17  Audio

For our next class on 5/27, read Amos 5:18-6:14. Find the similarities of this passage with chapter four. What are the crimes of the men? Which ones do you identify with? What is God's response to the men? Amos 5:24 is one of the most "famous" verses in the Bible, frequently quoted today. What do you think the verse means in the context of Amos? How might you apply this verse to your own situation?   


Sunday School Archive

We upload audio recordings of Sunday School classes to our website shortly after each week's service. You can listen to these recordings and download handouts (when available) by going to our Archive.