Adult Classes

All adult classes at First Christian are open to visitors and new members.  Classes begin at 9:00 a.m. 

We invite you and encourage you to visit several classes and then choose that one that you find interesting, affirming and challenging!



The Mariners Class


This class meets in the East classroom behind the stage area in Snodgrass Hall. They are taught by Susan Burke and Scott Woods and are currently studying the Gospel of John. Their next study will be the letter to the Ephesians.


  The Open Door Class

(In Snodgrass Hall)

This class is mostly composed of women.  Madeline Miller leads this class using The Uniform Series-Standard Lessons.  They are very active in outreach activities through Church World Services and coordinate our Blanket Sunday every year.  They go to different places to eat once a month.

 Friendship Class


This class meets across from the Kids for Christ area, and is taught by Don McColl.  The class uses the Uniform Series. As the name states they celebrate friendship with everyone. Some of the ways they do this is with a prayer chain in the class, monthly birthday celebrations and special celebrations. 

 Fellowship Class

(Behind Snodgrass Hall)

Members rotate teachers each Sunday, using Old and New Testament curriculum from David C. Cook.  The Fellowship class supports various chosen charity projects yearly.


 Covenant Class

(Behind Snodgrass Hall)

This discussion oriented Bible study class is taught by Ralph Maxfield. This class meets in a room north of Snodgrass Hall. They are taught by Ralph Maxfield and study the Bible from the Uniform Lesson Series. They are comprised of both couples and singles alike.

Visionaries Class

This class meets in room 43 (behind Friendship and across from Kids for Christ), and is taught by Robert Huddleston. They are doing a Proverbs study and two lessons from the wisdom of Solomon on Effective Communication and a lesson on Effective Partnering, Mentors and Counselors. 











 “Be transforming by the renewing of your minds so that you may discern what is the will of God – what is good and acceptable and perfect.” Romans 12:2