Spring 2020 (March – May)

All classes are on Sundays from 11:00 am to 12:15 pm, unless otherwise noted.

7th Grade – Gospel of Mark

Room A310

8th grade – Living By the Spirit

Room A110

Undoubtedly the Holy Spirit is the least understood Person of the Trinity. For the most part, people are more familiar with God the Father and Jesus the Son than the Holy Spirit. In this class you will learn about who the Holy Spirit is and His presence and ministry in your life. As you learn to walk by the Spirit, you’ll receive power and wise counsel to help you live a fruitful Christian life.

9th grade – OT/NT Survey Part 3

Room A112/114

Through hands-on study and group discussion, this class provides a clear understanding of the 66 books of the Bible in their theme messages, their unity and coherence, and their relevance to our daily life. If you want a better understanding of the whole Bible, this is the place to start.

10th Grade – Proverbs

Room A308

11th Grade – Philippians: Identity & Attitude

Room A106

The church is God’s handiwork, made up of people from every conceivable background, living under the gracious rule of the Lord Jesus Himself. The studies in this course will help groups discover the richness of God’s grace towards His people, and grow together as the body of Christ.

12th Grade – Revelation: Get Ready to Meet Master

Room A108

Being perceived as one of the most difficult yet intriguing books of the Bible, Revelation bears some similarity with Old Testament prophet books Ezekiel and Daniel. The interpretation of the content of Revelation is probably the most controversial compared to that for other books of the Bible, particularly on the significance and the message of the 7 churches, the living creatures and the 24 elders, the rider of the white horse(s), the number 666, the 10 heads and the 7 horns of the beast, the beast looking and speaking like a lamb, the millennium, the tribulation, the two rounds of resurrection ….. etc. As students often get confused or lost in the arguments and the book become fragmented, few really pay attention to the big picture and ask: “Is this book least relevant to today’s readers and mainly for entertaining, because it only talks about things to happen in the future?”, “What did the author want to tell the readers and what response did he anticipate through all the descriptions and recordings?”

SH Baptismal

Room A107