Why do we do the things we do? Oftentimes, we find ourselves practicing the traditions, ceremonies, or sacraments of the church while never understanding why. We want our students to understand the reasons behind some of the things that, we as faith followers of Jesus, practice. This class aims to explain the why we do what we do.
Class Description: In order to mature into the servants God has called his people to be, we must understand and live within His pattern for our lives and His church. This pattern of living and worship is the mold from which Christians and churches are formed in order to be pleasing to God.
Teachers: Tom Painter and Mark Jordan
Grades: 6th – 8th
Dates: Sundays, 09/3 – 11/26
Lesson 1: The Bible is God’s Pattern
Lesson 2: How to Become Part of Christ’s Church (What is the Church?)
Lesson 3: How does the Church Worship?
Lesson 4: Singing
Lesson 5: Lord’s Supper
Lesson 6: Prayer
Lesson 7: Giving
Lesson 8: How is the Church Organized?
- Qualifications and Roles of Elders & Deacons
- Autonomous Local Congregation
Lesson 9: What Should Church Members be Doing? Role of Women
- Encourage One Another
- Honor the Assembly
Lesson 10: What if I Fall?
Lesson 11: How do I Mature as a Christian?
If you are interested in studying any of these lessons in more depth please get in touch with Christian Thompson, at firstname.lastname@example.org