Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) are classes on Sunday morning for instruction in God's word. Classes are designed to nurture relationships around biblical truth through teaching, discussion and application. Please contact Pastor Phil Burggraff if you have any questions regarding classes :: pastorphil{at}

1st Hour -9:00am - 10:30am 

Bible Backroads // Room 301-302

This 6-week study is from Right Now media, on the Gospel of Mark by David Stotts
The weekly topics are: Background of the Book,  Survey of the Book, Key Scriptures and Themes, Key Players, Life Applications, and Great Take Aways.
Dave Stotts, host of Drive Thru History, explores the scripture, history, geography, archaeology, and impact of Matthew’s Gospel in the Bible’s New Testament. The home base for the series is Dave’s Garage, a state-of-the-art, extended reality lair where almost anything is possible. In addition to teaching with a collection of monitors, maps, animations and artifacts, Dave treks outside his garage for special adventures in Israel. Designed for all ages, BIBLE BACKROADS is fun, fast-paced, and educational, encouraging families to dig deeper into the Gospel accounts together.

Contact :: Terry Jennings


2nd Hour -10:45am - 12:00 noon 

Biblical Manhood & Womanhood // Room 301

This elder-led class occurs on Sundays during 2nd service (10:45-Noon) in room 301/302. (Not meeting March 5th so everyone may join the Tayor Murray presentation instead)

This class discusses issues of definition, roles, responsibilities, and relationships of men and women from a biblical perspective. Further, it seeks to look at how men and women function within the home, church, and world. It will conclude with practical issues of how Christians live out a biblical perspective on masculinity and femininity in a culture that rejects truth and biological reality for relativistic individual perception and expression.

 Click HERE for the weekly handouts..