For Adults

These classes are always open to guests. No registration required for Sunday morning classes.


Midlothian Campus

9:45am to 10:45am

Gospel Project – The Church on Mission

Facilitators:  Lissa Eggleston & Ellen Shaffer, Room 203

The Gospel Project continues our chronological trip through the Bible.  This quarter focuses on the New Testament letters.  It includes “The God Who Directs His People” and “The God Who Changes Us.” If you have children in Sunday school they will be studying similar material and we hope this will encourage valuable family discussion.  The class is new each week so you may join in at anytime.

“Work as Worship”

A video series by J.D. Greear
Facilitators:  Mary Ellen Fines and Chuck Jones, Room 202

This video series explores how your work, whether as a CEO or a teacher or a stay-at-home parent, intersects with your faith.  J. D. Greear’s biblical teaching encourages us to see our work as important to God and as a mission opportunity.  This class will help you find purpose and significance in your work and is a “must see” for anyone who has ever wondered if their work matters to God.

Richmond Campus

9:15am to 10:15am

“World Religions from a Christian Perspective”

Facilitators: Various Teachers and Guest Speakers"

Various teachers and guest speakers will provide an overview of world religions, including some Christian denominations that differ from our Presbyterian beliefs and practices.  We will explore beliefs and practices of Hinduism, Buddhism, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormonism and Scientology, among others.  Guest speakers will include missionaries from Albania; Andrew Fuller, the International Director of World Horizons; an Associate Rabbi from Tikvat Israel, a Messianic Synagogue; the Director of Youth Ministries and Pastoral Assistant for Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church; and J. David Singh, senior pastor of Eternity Church.  By studying other religions, beliefs and practices, we will not simply satisfy our curiosity about various world religions, but our own faith will come into clearer focus.


International Sunday School Class

Facilitators:  Bob Perkins & Cathy Davenport

Our members, for whom English is a second language, gather each week to read over the worship bulletin and to practice their English skills by reading the sermon Scripture passage, responsive readings, as well as the lyrics to hymns and praise songs. Members also pray for each other and the church regularly.