Join us Sundays at 9 am for Sunday School and 10:15 am for Worship Service


Sunday School for Adults

BRAND NEW CLASS:  Young Married Couples!!!!

Room 13

Teachers:  Rev. Thad & Laura Davis 

In our "Crash Course for Couples," we are aiming to grow together, in community as we share life, using a format based in Scripture study, honest discussions, and prayer together. We are focusing on marriage topics, such as the purpose and plan of marriage, priorities, communication, conflict resolution, finances, family dynamics, and life balance, all from a biblical perspective. 

Young Adults (anyone post high school to 29)

Room 11

Teacher: Joel Jessen  

Theme: Figures in the Old Testament  

We will learn from their lives and their relationship with God and how they point ahead to Christ. 


Room 119

Teacher: Chuck Jessen

Theme: The Apostle's Creed

"THE CREED INDEED!"  In a world of texts/tweets, Instagram/YouTube, comments/shares, selfies/sound bytes - folks want fact not fake, short and sweet.  Studying the Apostle's Creed:  a compact Biblical power package.  20/20 vision from time-tested-truth for the past-present-future. 


Activity Building

Teachers: Steve Jessen & Ronnie Smith  

Theme: TBA

Their study topic will be announced in Sunday School! 


Founders Hall

Teachers: Ron Ensley, Rick Herd, Jimmie and Martha Sue Mitchell

Theme: Know Doubt by John Ortberg 

This book by John Ortberg will show us how doubt leads to truth.  Whether you are a believer, a seeker or sitting on the fence, this study applies to you.  



Room 12

Teacher: Dan King

Theme: Romans 8-16 by Tim Keller 

UponAfter an enjoyable review of Romans chapters 1-7 last fall, the Journey Class will take up the second half of Paul's epistle this spring.  In chapters 8-16, Paul continues to answer the question he began in chapters 5-7:  How does faith in the gospel of Christ lead to actual change in real life?


Room 15

Teachers: Teresa Neely, Anna Friesenhahn, Cathy Rhyne

Theme: Contentment by Melissa Kruger

ThisMany Christians struggle with comparison, covetousness, and complaining.  but the Apostle Paul was content in plenty and in want.  What was Paul's secret, and how do we cultivate contentment in our lives?  In Contentment, Melissa Kruger consider what it really means to be content:  to place our trust in our good and sovereign God.  God's love for His people is unchanging, and He is using every detail of our lives to shape and fashion us into the image of Jesus Christ. 


Conference Room

Teachers: Don Hensley, Robert Rhyne

Theme: Gospel of John

The Open Bible class will continue working their way through the book of John - chapter by chapter, verse by verse.  Come learn with them. 


Room:  Upstairs Parlor 

Teachers: Steve Jessen and other Ministry Leaders

Theme: Introduction to First Presbyterian 

This class is designed for those who may be considering membership or who would simply like to know more about First Presbyterian and the Presbyterian Church in America. It is offered periodically. Please speak to Pastor Steve if you are interested in taking this course!