The mission of the Church of the Nazarene is “to make Christlike disciples in the nations.” Sunday School is a way to connect with other Christians in a small group setting. ECCN provides Sunday School classes for all ages and is held every Sunday morning at 9:30. (From nazarene.org.)
- Children Kindergarten - 6th grade
- Adult Classes
Welcome to the Seeker’s class! We are a group of adults that meet every Sunday morning to tackle everyday situations in a biblical sense. Our class welcomes everyone from every walk and stage of life. The lessons help us face the challenge of everyday life. If you are looking for a small group discussion in a relaxed atmosphere where the Bible is studied and God is praised, please join us!
Our class is for adults of all ages. Our group believes prayer is important and we take time to pray for each other’s needs both in class and throughout the week. We have more of a relaxed setting and really dig deep into God’s word during our lessons. New Creations is taught by James and Tami Demchak. A lot of research is done prior to the lesson and you will be sure to get a handout when you come to class!We welcome you to join us on Sunday and be a part of our study group!
The Upper Room
This class has been taught by Dale Starbuck for 25 years. The class consists primarily of older adults. The teaching style is based on discussion and is Biblically sound. Each lesson that is taught is infused with scripture.
The Joy Class welcomes everyone, the young to the very old. Our purpose is to study and learn God's Word in order to build our faith, allay our doubts and gain the joy of living a holy life. Our study is based on the WORDACTION Series which is a Scripture based, structured study of specific Bible subjects. Generally we have two series of lessons each quarter. Each series is on a relevant Bible subject. Lessons are based on Scriptures from both old and new testaments.
Our lesson presentation is in four steps:
Engage INTEREST-"Why is this important?"
Explore THE WORD-"What does God's Word say?"
Examine LIFE-"How does this apply to us?"
Exercise FAITH-"What should I do about this?"
We welcome comments and engage in discussion relevant to the lesson.