Our Sunday school classes are offered on Sunday mornings following our worship service. Our goal with these classes is to always teach how to think through life applications of the Truth as we study God's Word through scripture. We teach the Bible and its contents (or doctrine) on a rotating basis, and our current studies are listed below.
New Covenant is blessed with many undergrad and grad students and working young adults who we recognize as a vital part of the next generation of Christian leadership globally. We have an active group, mostly in their 20’s, of young adults many of whom are enrolled as undergrads or graduate students at nearby Regent University, Tidewater Community College and Old Dominion University.
The College & Career ministry's goal is to serve these men and women while they are with us, and to prepare them for service at New Covenant and other churches in the future. We meet weekly for Sunday school and also get together for times of fellowship. If you are interested in joining our fellowship GroupMe, please reach out to email@example.com.
Taught By: Tim Dryden
Learning Biblical theology inevitably enlarges our perspective of how big God is, and this in turn increases our trust in God, as well as our capacity and desire for true worship. MUPPET theology (a.k.a. Calvinism) is a lifelong reminder that God saves sinners, and lavishes life on His children, now and forever. It points to the liberating truth that life is about God – not me.
In-Person: Classroom B
Now That's A Good Question
Taught By: Fred Showers
This study is based on the book with the same title by R. C. Sproul. We will look at some of those questions you have always wanted to ask about Christianity and life. Plan to be ready to have fun while we learn from the Bible and from one of the best Biblical scholars of our era!
In-Person: Classroom A
Seated With Christ (Women's Class)
Taught By: Various women
Have you ever felt inadequate, not enough, looking at the women around you thinking they have it all together? Maybe even wishing you had what they have? This summer we are going to learn what it means to be “Seated with Christ,” and how understanding Ephesians 2 can help us live in the freedom Christ gives us. Come join us for our women’s Sunday school class, as we study Heather Holleman’s book, Seated with Christ. Books will be available for purchase in the Narthex or at the beginning of class!
In-Person: Fellowship Hall
Starting May 22, there will be a new English class here at 11:15 am on Sunday mornings.
We will use the Bible to practice reading and speaking and to learn new words. We will also learn about the life of Jesus.
Classes and books are free. Childcare is available.