Mary Lou Phillips Class: Mature ladies make up this class steeped in tradition. Guest lecturers teach each Sunday. They’re currently studying the “International Lesson Series.”
Seekers Class: This class is made up of couples and singles, late 20s-50s. They currently use a variety of Max Lucado studies. The Seekers are involved in a variety of missions throughout the year, including the Back to School picnic and the Mary Kendall FUNd Bike Ride.
Bible Diggers Class: All are welcome to join this multi-age class. We dig into the Bible by topic or by chapters, studying the history to develop a clearer understanding. The group’s interests including supporting Compassion International, the Morrissey’s in Thailand, Good News Jail Ministry, and providing accounting help at Boulware Mission.
Pathfinder’s Class: The Pathfinders are made up of singles and couples, age 30-50. They use contemporary material with an informal approach; topics include current events, Bible studies, and parenting.
Settlelites: The Settleites are composed of 40s-60s singles and married people. They are using the “International Bible Lesson” to discover the applicability of God’s word to contemporary life. The group prizes fellowship and supports Audubon Elementary Breakfast Program, Mary Kendall Home, Pioneers, and Boulware.
Good News Class: This class, made up of couples and singles (60+), is taught by class members on a rotational basis. They use various materials for biblical discussion.
New Beginnings Class: This multigenerational class, with members of all ages, shares their spiritual growth with one another as they study the scriptures. Missions include Boulware, St. Benedict’s, and the Good Samaritan Fund.
Open Door Class: A true brotherhood exists among the men of the Open Door Class, who range from age 60-90. They have rotating teachers who often use the “International Lesson Series” as their guide.
Faith Friends This is multi-age discussion group of men and women. They typically go through one book at a time together by Christian authors. The Faithlink group enjoys shopping for Mission Tree gifts together and cooking for St. Benedict’s.