Sunday School Classes

Sunday School

Sunday School is an important part of the ministry of First Assembly.  Our mission is to bring people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.  Sunday School is part of the growing process.  As we learn what Scripture teaches we are better able to incorporate these lessons in our lives.  These lessons, in turn, help us grow closer to God and to one another.


Kids/Youth Sunday School

Sunday School for Kids begins each Sunday at 9:15 am with classes for all ages.  From nursery to toddlers to Middle School and High School.  Teachers engage the students with creative learning methods and hands-on applications.  The students learn in age appropriate environments with age-specific lessons and are taught by teachers who genuinely care about their spiritual growth.  Classes are 1 hour in length, concluding at 10:15 am.

Masterpiece Nursery

Location:  Nursery
Age:  Birth through Kindergarten

Masterpiece Kids

Location:  LOL Wing on the 3rd floor
Age:  1st – 5th grade

OneLife Youth

Sunday Morning Locations: Common Grounds
Wednesday Evening Location: Reeves Hall
Age:  6th – 12th Grade

Adult Sunday School

Adult Sunday School is a great way for adults to grow closer to God and closer to one another.  Several classes are available, and the subject matter changes periodically.  You can find studies on the Bible, Christian topics, family relationships and contemporary issues.  These classes also provide opportunities for fellowship and for service to others. Stop by the Sunday School Office on Sunday mornings to get more information and location of each class. Then, head to the Cafe, grab a cup of coffee and join an Adult class.


Location:  Room 204
Teacher(s):  Charlie Williamson

Have you ever wondered what picture Jesus’ life and words would paint if all four books of the Gospels were combined into one? Join a team of believers as we take a structured, analytical approach to combining the Gospels into a single narrative without losing a single word while respecting God’s reasons for giving us four books.


Location:  Room 201
Teacher(s):  Elizabeth Russell

This quarters focus is on: Great Women of Faith, The Fruit and the Gifts of the Spirit, Chosen Psalms of David, &  The Epistle of Hebrews.

Hey Jude

Location:  Room 206
Teacher(s):  Elder, William Braxton

This is a verse by verse study of the Bible book of Jude. It provides plenty of illustrations; outlines; practical application; and expository explanations of the Biblical passage.



Location:  Room 207
Teacher(s):  Emmanuel Inyangson

Not just a love story.  It’s a story about God and how he restores those who look to him with hope. It’s about God’s covenant faithfulness and it contributes to the overall covenant storyline that unifies the entire Bible. Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz are character studies of how God works in mundane, everyday events in the lives of his people (and what human covenant faithfulness looks like in return)