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  • NEWBORN TO 24 MONTHS: Led by Bekah Gernhard | Nursery
    • The nursery, located on the main floor at the end of the lobby hall, offers a safe and playful place for our precious children. Monitored by both CPC member volunteers and paid, CPR and first aid trained workers, the nursery is secured by an electronic check-in system and single entrance/exit.

  • 2 & 3 YEAR-OLDS: Led by Millie Sanders | 2-Year-Old Classroom (Nursery)
    • Children learn stories and truths from God’s Word, sing songs, color pictures, and enjoy games and activities related to the Bible lesson. They also eat a snack and play outside in an enclosed courtyard. Our children’s curriculum is published by Great Commission Publications.

  • 4 YEAR-OLDS TO FIFTH GRADE: Led by Volunteer Teachers | E-201 - E212
    • Children learn stories and truths from God’s Word. They may participate in singing, discussions, crafts, and activities related to the Bible lesson. Fifth graders learn to dig into the Scriptures for themselves in a Bible Survey course. All children have snacks. Our children’s curriculum is published by Great Commission Publications.

      4-Year-Old and Kindergarten Class - Led by Jon Arbuckle and Esther McEachern
      1st Grade Class - Led by Chris Rimondi
      2nd Grade Class - Led by Tammy Knotts
      3rd Grade Class - Led by Jean Marshall
      4th Grade Class - Led by Timothy Gambrell
      5th Grade Class - Led by Woody and Sharon Brauer

 

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS: Led by Volunteer Teachers | O-205
    • Lessons are taken from G2R: God's Promises, a denominational curriculum that is geared toward meeting the hearts of youth in their current situations.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS: Led by Emily Calloway | O-203
    • Lessons are taken from G2R: God's Promises, a denominational curriculum that is geared toward meeting the hearts of youth in their current situations.
  • HIGH SCHOOL: Led by Ryan Hamilton, Justin Martin, Diane Lazor, and Heather Morrison | O-210 
    • All high school students are studying through 2 Corinthians. All grades 9-12 meet together.

       

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    • ESSENTIALS: Led by Pastor John Jones | Sanctuary 
      • Essentials is an ongoing class designed for visitors who wish to learn more about Covenant. This class addresses our distinctive life, doctrine, and worship as a conservative, Presbyterian, and Reformed church. Essentials is taught by our Senior Pastor and repeats every semester. Each Essentials class opens with a sermon discussion and frequently introduces an officer, ministry leader, or member of staff.
      • Thinking about becoming a member? Be sure to visit our Membership Information page.
    • COLLEGE-AGE FELLOWSHIP: Led by Tim & Bonnie Schoap | O-207
      • Study: The Truth Project - The years from high school graduation through the mid-20s are a pivotal time in life, a time of greater freedom and openness as well as deeper challenges and struggles, and we want to come alongside you for the journey. The College-Age Fellowship will have a four-fold focus: fellowship, encouragement in prayer, practical application of Scripture, and a foundation in a gospel-centered worldview. 
    • EVERY GOOD ENDEAVOR: Led by Jason Coffey | E-106
      • The book Every Good Endeavor, by Tim Keller, views our pre-fall mandate to work and how we do that for the glory of God by applying work theology to everyday life as workers, employers, etc. This is a mixed adult class of all ages and is open to everyone.
    • FIVE POINTS OF CALVINISM: Led by Ernie Brown/Dee Hobbs | Choir Room
      • The Five Points of Calvinism is an excellent introductory work on "The Doctrines of Grace" also generally referred to as Calvinism. The five points of Calvinism stand together as a system of doctrine which explains God's design of how sinners are saved. This is a mixed adult class of all ages and is open to everyone.
    • HOSEA: Led by Judy Foster, Christine Morrison, and Lois Crenshaw | E-111
      • Structured around five cycles of judgment and restoration, the book of Hosea makes clear its repetitious theme: though God will bring judgment on sin, He will always bring His people back to Himself. The Hosea study class is a ladies-only class. 
    • SECOND CORINTHIANS: Led by Ken Henry | E-104
      • Second Corinthians encourages believers to embrace and follow the way of Jesus that transforms lives and values generosity, humility, and weakness. This is a mixed adult class and is open to everyone.
    • WHAT IT MEANS TO BE "IN CHRIST": Led by Dr. Lamar Allen | O-105
      • What it Means to be “In Christ,” will be based on a variety of Scripture and will examine a number of issues including (1) What is a nature and what do we know about the nature of God? (2) What is a person and what does it mean that God is of one essence but three persons? (3) What does being “in Christ” mean? (4) What is God’s ultimate purpose in salvation? You may attend this class via Zoom, contact  for more information. This study is a mixed adult class of all ages and is open to everyone.
What it means to be "in Christ" - by Dr. Lamar Allen
"In Christ" - Part 1
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"In Christ" - Part 2
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"In Christ" - Part 3
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"In Christ" - Part 4
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"In Christ" - Part 5
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"In Christ" - Part 6
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"In Christ" - Part 7
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"In Christ" - Part 8
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"In Christ" - Part 9
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"In Christ" - Part 10
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"In Christ" - Part 11
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"In Christ" - Part 12
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Purpose of Teaching
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