Bible Classes

For each day, click on a section to see class details. See the Building Map for specific class locations.

Sunday Morning

Children »

  • Nursery to 3yr old

    We create a loving, caring atmosphere to make the first classes for our littlest people a positive experience. This is not only for them but for their parents, who can attend their own class at this time. We introduce short lessons and songs, and of course lots of love and play. Rooms 100A-D, 102, 104 and 106 (Nursery).

  • 4yr old to 2nd Grade

    The objective of the class is for the kids to develop the love of the Lord through Bible stories, song, and prayer. Rooms 111 (4/5s), 113 (K), 114 (1st) and 112 (2nd).

  • 3rd to 6th Grade

    To give elementary age children a solid foundation of Bible history and principles on which to build a strong relationship with Jesus and their peers. Rooms 116, 117, 118 and 119.

Youth »

  • 7th - 8th Grades

    The Junior High Bible class is focused on helping 7th and 8th grade students in several important areas of faith. First, helping those who have not yet made the decision to be baptized come to that point of spiritual maturity and readiness. Second, engaging students new to the Christian faith as we have opportunity, whether friends of members or guests. Third, helping mature those students who have already been baptized in their Christian walk. Fourth, helping all teens come to a point where they can begin to understand and articulate what they believe and why, and how to engage their world with that faith. Meets in room 123.

  • 9th - 12th Grades

    The High School Bible class is focused on helping students in several important areas of faith, continuing where the 7th - 8th grade class finished. First, helping those who have not yet made the decision to be baptized come to that point of spiritual maturity and readiness. Second, engaging students new to the Christian faith as we have opportunity, whether friends of members or guests. Third, helping mature those students who have already been baptized in their Christian walk. Fourth, continuing to mature students to a point of faith understanding where they can both articulate their beliefs and engage their world with those beliefs. Meets in room 122.

Adult »

  • College Class

    Young adults today are not faced with passive resistance to those who believe in God and Christ, but rather with a new aggressive and assertive movement that is overtly anti-Christian and anti-theistic. Further, times could not be tougher for a Christian young adult to live with a Biblical world-view in a post-Christian nation. This series will be an engaging discussion of the challenges that our college-aged adults face today as Christians. Meets in the church offices building.

  • Eastridge Young Adults (EYA)

    This class challenges students to a deeper study of the scriptures through lecture/class discussion/multimedia presentations. The class focuses on the practical consequences of meeting the challenge of Jesus’ call to follow him. Meets in room 103.

  • Young Marrieds

    To foster the growth of young husbands and wives through studies in God's Word and discussion, fellowship with and edification of each other, and service to others in the body and the community. Meets in room 125.

  • New Beginnings (with young children)

    Our goals will be to strive to have a high view of God, a high view of Scripture, a high view of covenant relationship, and a humble view of ourselves. Meets in room 122

  • Family Builders (teen children)

    Everyone needs a fresh start occasionally, a “course correction”. Beginning in the Easter season, we will explore this concept by looking at the Resurrection of Jesus. We will see the sacrifice He made for us and see the new life He made available to us spiritually. We will then proceed to explore how that new life can be practically lived out in our day-to-day world in 2016. It is important to understand the sacrifice Jesus made on our behalf on the cross and the victory over death that it achieved for us. It is just as important, if not more, to discover how to live our lives in a way that reflects the new life He provides for us. Meets in the Chapel.

  • The Bible Story

    Often we need to study the Bible as a whole with the understanding that Genesis to Revelation is about the coming of the Savior Jesus the Christ. As we make the decision to follow Him it is really a life-long journey as a disciple and servant to Him as the Lord of the entirety of our lives. Our purpose is to mature in (1) faith in the sovereignty of God; (2) submission to the lordship of Jesus Christ, and (3) living a life led by the Spirit. Meets in room 105.

  • Amazing Grace

    To provide an open forum type discussion for class members to discover Christ's power at work in their lives and learn to allow His grace to be sufficient, (2 Corinthians 12:9). In addition, to provide spiritual care and growth to each individual member. Meets in room 102.

  • Purposeful Living

    This class provides an interactive discussion environment for adult Christians who enjoy engaging in detailed Bible study with the goal of helping each other grow in our understanding of God’s Word and its message for each of us. No prior bible knowledge is required, but the perspectives from seasoned students of the Bible adds richly to this class. Meets in room 107.

  • NT Verse by Verse

    The New Testament Verse by Verse class is an in-depth study of each of the books in the New Testament. This study is planned for Christians mature in Bible knowledge and understanding who want to dig deeper. This is a “meat eaters” class. The class serves as an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of God and His Son. We edify one another in discussion which involves applications of the Word to our lives. Meets in room 110.

  • Journeys

    This Bible study is for people who are familiar with the basic doctrines, tenets, and percepts of scripture and searching for understanding of its relevancy and application to daily life experience in the 21st century. Our purpose is to mature in (1) faith in the sovereignty of God; (2) submission to the lordship of Jesus Christ, and (3) living a life led by the Spirit. Meets in room 108.


Sunday Evening

Evening Service - A traditional evening service that meets in the auditorium. There is no evening service on 5th (Family Time) Sundays. Communion offered at the end of service in room 107.

Discipleship 101 - Our goals will be to strive to have a high view of God, a high view of Scripture, a high view of covenant relationship, and a humble view of ourselves. Meets in the Chapel.


Monday Morning

An 'early riser' Bible study for all ages. Meets from 6:30-7:00am. This Bible study is for people who are desiring an uplifting and encouraging way to start their week through reading the Psalms. Meets in the church offices building.


Wednesday Evening

Children »

  • Nursery to 3yr old

    We create a loving, caring atmosphere to make the first classes for our littlest people a positive experience. This is not only for them but for their parents, who can attend their own class at this time. We introduce short lessons and songs, and of course lots of love and play. Rooms 100A-D, 102, 104 and 106 (Nursery).

  • 4yr old to 2nd Grade

    The objective of these classes are for the kids to develop the love of the Lord through Bible stories, song, and prayer. Rooms 111 (4/5s), 113 (K), 114 (1st) and 112 (2nd).

  • 3rd to 6th Grade

    To give elementary age children a solid foundation of Bible history and principles on which to build a strong relationship with Jesus and their peers. Wednesday builds on the Sunday morning lessons in small group discussions, Bible trivia games and activities. Rooms 116, 117, 118 and 119.

Youth »

  • 7th - 12th Grades

    Our teen classes are designed to provide solid Bible teaching to all teens at all levels of Bible knowledge and spiritual maturity. Our Wednesday night classes engage in a variety of teaching environments and topics. A General Bible Class that follows the Bible Study Guide is available each week for all students. Other class options, which vary by quarter, include classes on Servant Leadership, Spiritual Formation, and separate guys and girl’s classes that focus on teaching and serving the church. Meets in rooms 122 and 123.

Adult »

  • Faith Lessons

    The objective of this class is to gain a greater understanding and appreciation for the Bible as written from an eastern mindset. Since we approach the Bible from a western mindset, we may miss some of the subtleties God intended. The series facilitator is James Hawk. This class meets in the Auditorium.

  • Scripture 101

    Our goals will be to strive to have a high view of God, a high view of Scripture, a high view of covenant relationship, and a humble view of ourselves. Meets in the Chapel.

  • Men's Discussion

    Assist each participant in studying God’s word daily to deepen their faith and convictions. Through the open discussion of topics and ideas, we each grow and learn. Room 107.

  • Ladies' Discussion

    This Bible class is for ladies of all ages. Our purpose is to strengthen our understanding and relationship with God through personal Bible study and class discussion. The class also provides an opportunity for ladies to grow closer to each other while growing closer to God. Room 110.

  • Singing Class

    This class aims to spiritually nourish its attendees with music, both old and new, as well as the reading of Psalms. Room 108.


Thursday

We also have Men's and Women's Bible study each Thursday morning. Fellowship time begins at 9:40am, then study begins at 10am. All are welcome!