All are welcome to join in the Sunday School hour at 9:30 am on Sunday mornings. See the class options below. 

The Spring Offering will be for Mennonite Disaster Service. 

Children's Classes

 Little Blessings (1-2 years)
Elementary (1st-5th grade)

At this time there are no organized classes for grades 6-12. However, teachers are in place when students attend for these grades.


This class is made up of a wide-range of attenders, including college-age, post-college young adults, married couples, parents of children, and those pursuing careers. This class meets in the basement across from the Elementary Classroom. 
Currently studying "Address this Mess," by Andy Stanley. 

New Covenant

The New Covenant Sunday school class is a group of 15-20 people ages 40-65 who meet for study and fellowship on Sunday mornings. Other activities the class enjoys doing together include the annual waffle breakfast fund raiser in early December, Christmas caroling, Super Bowl party, New Year’s Eve party, cookouts, making pies for the Mission Supper and sporting events. This class meets in the basement.
Currently studying "Balanced" by Andy Stanley. 


The Friendship class is a mixed-aged group of people who meet to study various topics. This class meets in the library upstairs, just outside of Stauffer Hall. Currently this class is using the quarterly Bible study from MennoMedia. 


The Anchor Class (we are anchored in the Lord), has been meeting together for many years, but always welcomes new attenders warmly. The group began in the late 1960’s as young married couples and gathered each Sunday to study and learn together. Through the years the class has enjoyed campouts, ski trips, wiener roasts, parties, potlucks and service trips. The membership is made up of 65 to 80 year old friends, retired teachers, farmers, dairymen, carpenters, nurses and homemakers. Anyone is welcome to join the class to study God’s Word and care for one another. Currently studying "Covenant with God."