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Deacon's Meeting rescheduled
time to be announced
Church School for all ages
9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Worship
10:30 AM to 11:30 AM
CBC Youth
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Evening Worship
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
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Church School Classes Descriptions and Location

In the Sanctuary 

Senior Fellowship and Adult Bible Class

Both classes use literature by Union Gospel Press and study the Bible.

 

In the Fellowship Hall

Welkum Class - uses Union Gospel Press literature and discusses Bible lessons.

Pre-teen - 4th and 5th graders - uses Standard literature and addresses things pertinent

to that age child, according to the Bible.                                                                         

Jr. High - uses Faithweaver literature and reads from, studies, and discusses the Bible.

High School - uses the Bible as literature.  Reads chapters from New and Old Testaments and discusses

and answers questions students have.

 

In the Educational Building

Children’s classes from nursery - 3rd grade  - Teachers use

teacher made worksheets and songs, and study packs from

Group publishing, stories and activities from

Scripture Press.  Children are engaged in learning

and activities to teach them Bible stories, 

characters and about Jesus’ life.

The Melting Pot - a group of people from different backgrounds

(single, married and various ages.}

This class uses David C. Cook as literature reference and frequently discusses life issues.

Ron & Diana Mann’s class - uses Bible study and a Biblical perspective to discuss problems, questions, ways

to communicate with your partner and ways to make marriage a more meaningful experience.

Family matters are also discussed.

 

 

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