Sunday Morning classes

9:45-10:30 am

Young Adults

This Sunday School Class is for anyone from 20ish to 40ish. We invite you to join us each week as we dive into contemporary issues and develop community through great teaching and discussion.

Join Us for our latest series Who Am I?:

“Who do you think you are?” We tend to use that phrase to insult someone, but seriously, how would you answer that? Our culture today wants you to think you are what you have accomplished, the mistakes you’ve made, or even the people you associate with. The devil would love nothing more than for those things to be your identity, and the truth is, many of us are victims of “Identity Theft.”  As Believers, each of us has a unique identity in Christ, and a destiny to be lived out of that identity. Join us on Sunday’s at 9:45 as we explore “Who am I” together.

Unshakable Hope

We sing, "Standing on the Promises of God," but do you know what those promises are and have you wrestled with what they practically mean for you? Max Lucado will take us on a journey through scripture highlighting those promises and giving is practical ways they can affect us. Another "choice" for me to decide to what God is encouraging in my life.

Class led by Pastor Paul Braschler in the Chapel

Midweek classes- 

Wednesday Morning Women's class: 9-11am

Wednesday evening classes: 6-8pm


Wednesday Morning Women's Study 9:30-11:30AM

Are you exhausted, trying to keep everything under control because you fear God won’t come through? 

When hard times come and it seems God is deviating from the plan we

assume our life should follow, we’re much more likely to want to tame God, not trust Him. It’s then that we begin to press into our own ways and our own timing. No human can carry the weight of being their own god, but so many of us try. 

Join Lysa TerKeurst in Israel as she honestly reveals the places of distrust in her own heart while exploring the deeply personal and applicable scriptures that will teach us how to truly trust God. Through this study of 1 and 2 Kings, you’ll learn to: 

  • Loosen the grip of trying to control people and circumstances in your life, and take steps today to truly rely on God. 
  • Identify your own trust issues with God and how to overcome them by unpacking pivotal, relevant life lessons from the kings of the Old Testament. 
  • Find relief from fear or doubt about how things will turn out, discover 10 scriptural truths you can declare over your situation right now

Class Led by Crissy McCready and Lisa Walters

Emotionally Healthy Spirituality

We are excited to offer this class again. As each of our pastors will attest, this material has the potential to be life changing! We would each agree that this statement has come to hold profound meaning in our journey of faith: You can't be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature.

Our pastors and table leaders can all relate to the stories shared by author Pete Scazzero who gets real and says that he found himself in a pretty unhealthy place doing what most people do--avoiding conflict in the name of Christianity; ignoring his anger, sadness, and fear; using God to run from God; and living without boundaries. This was even while pastoring a growing church.

Join us as we invite God to awaken us to a better way authentically of living our faith. We will explore biblical integration of emotional health and the spiritual practice of slowing down and quieting our lives so we can experience a fresh, deeply connected, firsthand relationship with Jesus. This journey has the potential to create nothing short of a spiritual revolution in our lives, our families, and in our church.

Together we will explore the signs of emotionally unhealthy spirituality. Then we will look at seven biblical, reality-tested steps to become emotionally mature:

  • Become your authentic self
  • Break the power of the past
  • Let go of power and control
  • Surrender to your limits
  • Stop to breathe by practicing rest and Sabbath
  • Learn new skills to love well
  • Love Christ above all else

Class Led by Pastors Johnny, Lisa, Paul and the EHD Team


We all want to be loved. We long to be desired, pursued―whether by a special someone, our friends, or others in our lives. This longing for love and acceptance is the underlying story of many of our lives, and it's the overarching story we see throughout the Scriptures. Although the Bible tells many stories, the main theme is God’s relentless love for us.

In Pursued, a Bible study by Jennifer Cowart, we will explore God’s great love for us from Genesis to Revelation. We will see that God passionately pursues people who do not deserve His love, and we are those people! 

Like Cain, Abraham, Sarah, Rebekah, David, the woman caught in adultery, Peter, and so many others, we are the ones who have broken relationship with God. But He runs after us anyway to bring us home. 

In this study, we will explore God’s love as evidenced in the stories of creation, the patriarchs, the judges and prophets, Jesus, and the early church. Together we will dive into a great love story and discover that it is our story!

Through this study women will:

- See the big picture of God’s love for YOU throughout the Scriptures

- Discover that God wants a personal relationship with YOU

- Experience God’s relentless love for YOU personally, individually

- Realize that God never stops pursuing YOU

Led by Merissa Braschler

building on the

american heritage

American Heritage Series! David Barton, accompanied by former legislator, Rick Green, navigates our nation’s unique religious, moral and constitutional heritage and answers the questions Americans are asking today.

Join David as he traces America’s history back to the source in Building on the American Heritage. Uncover the forgotten stories. Examine the nation’s founding documents, and discover firsthand our founding fathers original intent. Learn the truth of America’s past, so you can shape America’s future.

Building on the American Heritage Series Content List

1: Preserving America’s Heritage

2: Foundations of American Government

3: The Role of Government

4: Demystifying the Judicial System

5: America’s Lost Heroes: African American Patriots

6: Remarkable Young Americans

7: Civil Stewardship: Duty vs. Right

8: The Truth of American Exceptionalism

9: Changing a State – and a Generation

10: Revival and Reformation

11: Social Justice

12: Politics in the Pulpit

13: Christians in the Civil Arena

Class led by Dan Lancaster