Bible Study

Marietta GA Bible Study
  • Ladies Sunday School Class
    The Ladies Sunday School class is composed of women of various ages and stages in life, who meet each Sunday to study the Bible, and support one another with prayer and friendship.

    Our studies change quarterly, and we have studied Old Testament and New Testament books of the Bible, and have also done many topical studies. We invite all women in our community and congregation to join us as we continue to grow in God's Word, and to be blessed by the fellowship of other Christian women.

  • Bible Journey's Sunday School Class
    The Bible Journey's Class is comprised of couples and singles and has been meeting together since the 1980s. Although it is comprised mostly of seniors, all ages are welcome. We are a family of believers that enjoy and support each other as we study the Bible.

  • Finding Our Faith Sunday School Class
    The "Finding Our Faith" Sunday School Class members view their class as individuals who do not expect perfection but love and support each other through Bible study, prayer, sharing, laughter and interactive hands-on fellowship inside and outside the class room. We believe our commitment to each other strengthens us as we seek to find God's purpose in our lives.

    The "Finding Our Faith" class is comprised of couples and singles and is taught by a few of the class members that have volunteered to rotate this responsibility but we want to emphasize that teaching is not required. Our studies are based on the Bible but recently have included books by J. Ellsworth Kalas that offer a more intensive study of the parables and the Ten Commandments. There is always a lively discussion regarding the subject matter during class.

    Newcomers and visitors are always welcome in the "Finding Our Faith" Sunday School Class.

  • Odyssey Class
    The Odyssey class is co-educational and focuses on study and discussion of Christian principles and disciplines, with an emphasis on incorporating them into our everyday lives. Recent studies include the books of Romans and Acts, and Richard Foster's "Celebration of Discipline".
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