The Real Jesus – A Study Through the Book of Revelation
Groups start after Easter
Follow with a Home Group, Zoom Group, or Church Group
Book is available in The Bookstore and free online through the Teaching Center
This six-week study walks us through the book of Revelation – the last book of the Bible, and one that was written to give us hope. Written by SJD's own beloved lay faculty leader Meg Rice, this study reveals the power, majesty, and authority of Jesus Christ. Our world may seem out of control, but Jesus is sovereign. The book of Revelation is full of metaphors that can be confusing and are often misunderstood. Come join Meg as she leads us through this challenging book, one that is so suited for our challenging times.
On-site Sunday morning education features a variety of opportunities for the whole family. All Sunday morning classes begin at 10:15 am
Adult Sunday School with Small Groups: The Gospel of Mark
February 6 – May 22 in the Hall Life Center
Faculty: Adult Sunday School Faculty
Live Streamed on YouTube
Please join us for our Fall 2021/Spring 2022 Sunday Morning Adult Education Program. We will be studying the Gospel of Mark.
Faculty: Melissa Grobmyer, Jim Loftis, David Lasater
How did it all begin? This is the class that answers that fundamental question, fills in the blanks, buffs away the rusty spots, and gives us all a deeper, enriched understanding of the church community.
Sunday School for Children
Nursery & Preschool - 1st floor: Nursery hours 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
Grades 1 – 5 - Lower level
Sunday School for Youth
Youth Room 238
All middle and high schooler students are invited to gather together for Sunday school on Sunday mornings at 10:15 am in the Youth Room! We will spend our time playing socially distanced games and enjoying fellowship and Bible study. Email Emma Kastens for more information.
Men's Life: The Calling of Faith and Work
Tuesdays April 19 - May 24 at 7:15 am in the Parlor
Faculty: Tony Mayer and Andy Breckwoldt
Join us for this special six-week Men’s Life study designed to help answer these questions by delving into the meaning of work and its connection to the larger Biblical notion of calling.
Mondays February 21 – May 22
Faculty: Karen Reifel and Rob Oliver
Is there more to life than this? How can I make the most of my life? Alpha is a course for "seekers" – non-Christians or new Christians looking to connect and explore our faith in a casual and relaxed environment. Class will meet virtually for most of the sessions with a few in-person meetings (conditions permitting).
Young Adults Study
Tuesdays 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Join the Young Professionals and Young Adults for weekly dinner, bible study, and group discussion. Make friends, deepen your relationship with God, and learn more about the bible. Email Tori Gilliland for the address.
The Art of Marriage
Available for self-study through the SJD Teaching Center
God can turn any marriage into a masterpiece. Every marriage is unique, expressed by the colorful personalities of each spouse and textured by the circumstances at play in their lives. Blending these to make marriage work is a divinely inspired art form — challenging to master but definitely worth the effort.
Serving At-Risk Youth Through Mentoring
June 5 – 19 in Room 201
Please join us to learn about the critical importance of mentoring in improving outcomes for at-risk youth and how you can serve. Each session will feature one local partner organization, a personal story on the impact of a mentoring relationship, and information on how to serve.
Clergy Sunday School
June 12 – August 21 in the Hall Life Center
Join the SJD Clergy for this special summer school session, as our pastors speak on topics that bring a deeper understanding of our mission, our community, and our relationship with God.