Adult Bible Fellowship

Below is a list of the Adult Bible Fellowship (ABF) classes being offered.

ABF classes begin at 10:30 am each Sunday.

  • Launch (Young Adults)

    221 Mulberry St. (Kneppers' Home)

    TEacher: Jeff Knepper

    Class Overview: Young Adults (18-30 years of age) meet at the Kneppers' home each Sunday morning.


    This Quarter: We will be studying our Identity for the next 4 weeks, then moving into a study on the book of James. During the Identity study, we will discuss who we are, how we are viewed by others, and how God has changed our identity to reflect His glory to the world.


  • Young Married Couples

    Room 002 (Basement)

    Teacher: RYAN DEITLE AND BRIAN BERKHIMER

    Class Overview: This class strives to confront the needs of those men and women who are in the early years of their married life. Participants are generally between the ages of 20 and 35.


    This Quarter:  We will be discussing the idea of having a Biblical World View, diving into how our belief in the Bible should shape our work habits, our friendships, the upbringing of our children, as well as other aspects of life. We will be studying the book of Colossians loosely based off of the Right Now Media series, “Colossians” by Louie Giglio. “What we think about Jesus matters. Our perception of Him shapes us—what we say, how we treat others, even what we think.”


  • No Greater Joy

    Fellowship Hall

    Teacher: Marcus Yeatts

    Class Overview: This class is committed to prayerfully supporting one another in the difficult but important job of parenting. We have parents of children of all ages in our class, and we hope share our successes and failures. We also study the Bible to see what God's Word has to say to us about a variety of topics.


    This Quarter: We will start with a 5-week series called "Intentional Parenting" where we will focus on having long-term goals and not just parenting moment-to-moment. After that, we will do an 8-week study of the book of Colossians using a video series by Louie Giglio.


  • Son Seekers

    Multipurpose Room

    Teachers: Pastor Brian McCall

    Class Overview: The Son Seekers Adult Bible Fellowship is made up of a group of individuals, studying topics relevant to today, in an effort to follow after Jesus Christ. We strive to study the word of God and, through His Holy Spirit, make application to our lives to live for Christ within our culture and circumstances. The format of the class is generally interactive in nature. The make-up of the class is not age specific. While some of the participants have younger and teenage children, many are “empty nesters”. This broad range of life experiences makes the Son Seekers appealing to a wide array of ages.


    This Quarter: We will be studying “That Man Jesus: A Study in the Gospel of John.” Americans know less about the Bible and Jesus today than at any other point in history. Simply put - people know very little about the Son of God. If we as a church are going to "gather" others to Jesus, we must insure that we know who Jesus was. This study in the gospel of John will focus on Jesus. We will study what others said about Him, what he did, and what he said about himself. Then we will look carefully at what he taught and how his teaching demonstrated His Father’s solution to our problem.

  • LampLighter

    Room 001 (BASEMENT)

    Teachers: Pastor Brant Leidy & Tom Schneider

    Class Overview: This class is made up predominately of parents of youth and young adults.


    This Quarter: The class will return to a study by J.D. Greear on the book of Judges. We will usually watch a ten-minute video by J.D. Greear to introduce the topic for the day and then discuss together. The book of Judges may seem a bit archaic and impractical at first, but contrary to belief, Judges deals with practical issues we face in life, especially the rebellion of the human heart during troubled times. God is able to redeem fallen man.


  • Ambassadors

    Room 005 (Basement)

    Teacher: Steve park

    Class Overview: Varying ages from young adult through retirement age regularly attend the Ambassador class each Sunday. They enjoy spending time together in class as well as outside the class at regularly scheduled social events.


    This Quarter: The class will continue its study of the 'Prison Epistles'- specifically Ephesians. The plan will be to approach Ephesians somewhat topically rather than verse by verse, such as; the word 'walk' which occurs five times, the phrase 'according to', and the topic of relationships, etc.


  • Berachah

    Room 101

    Teacher: Danny Horton

    Class Overview: The Berachah Class is generally comprised of men and women ages 55 and over.


    This Quarter: What do you think of when you hear the word “angel?” Is it a beautiful being with wings and a halo who is playing a harp? It seems that in popular culture these days there is a lot of interest in the topic of angels. But what does the Bible actually say about these mysterious heavenly creatures? This fall, the Berachah class will be studying the topic of angels, with the help of a book by Dr. David Jeremiah entitled Angels: Who They Are and How They Help. We will look at the numerous references to angels in the Bible – there are at least 20 encounters of men and angels in the New Testament – and what we can learn about their role in our lives and in the world.