Adult Bible Fellowship

Adult Bible Fellowship (ABF) classes provide an environment where people can connect in fellowship and engage in a more intimate study of the bible.  Study topics change every 3 months and offer a wide range of study themes.  There are several classes that meet throughout the church campus.

ABF classes begin at 9:00am each Sunday. Below is a list of the classes currently offered.

*Reminder: There will be NO ABF or Sunday School Classes during the month of AUGUST.*

  • College age and Young Adults

    Fellowship HaLL (Basement)

    TEacher: Pastor daryl, pastor Brant, Lee strappello, doug & Jami Kurtz

    Class Overview: Geared toward college students, as well as, young adults 23 & under.

    This Quarter: The class will be covering the Study If  by Mark Batterson -trading “if only” regrets for “if only” possibilities.  The class will then move on to Prodigal God by Tim Keller which dives deeper into the parable of the prodigal son.

  • Launch (Young Adults)

    221 Mulberry St. (Kneppers' Home)

    TEacher: Jeff Knepper

    Class Overview: Young Adults (24+ years of age) meet at the Kneppers' home each Sunday morning.

    This Quarter: The Young Adult group will spend each morning discussing the current sermon series and how the message can be applied to our daily lives, with a particular focus on the challenges that this age group faces. 

  • Young Married Couples

    Room 002 (Basement)


    Class Overview:This class strives to confront the needs of those men and women who are in the early years of their married life and parenting stage.

    This Quarter: During the months of June & July, this class will be digging into some core truths found in the Bible. We will determine what they mean to us,  how we know they are true, and how to effectively teach them to our kids.  

  • No Greater Joy

    Fellowship Hall

    Teacher: Marcus Yeatts

    Class Overview: This class is devoted to parenting children of all ages.  We strive to

    come alongside one another as we navigate the difficulties of parenting children in

    today's American culture.  


    This Quarter: This group will be studying our role as Christians through a Kyle Idleman video series on the book of 1 Peter, The World Is Not As It Should Be.  Until the day that God rights all wrongs, we have a job to do.  Let's be about the business of the kingdom.  

    We will discuss how we can be about the business of God's kingdom in our fallen world.


  • 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: A Biblical Worldview refers to the framework of ideas and beliefs through which an individual Christian interprets the world and interacts with it.  As a Christian, we believe that this worldview - the filter through which we make decisions and formulate our beliefs  - is founded upon the Bible.  If God reveals himself through scripture, then does He not also reveal His heart with respect to issues like abortion, homosexuality, immigration, the environment, mental illness and the death penalty?  Throughout June & July, we will look at these Tough Topics to form a biblical worldview.



  • LampLighter

    Room 001 (BASEMENT)

    Teachers: Pastor Brant Leidy, Tom Schneider, & Brian Frederick

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

    This Quarter: At the end of the day, God is less concerned with what we do for Him than who we are in Him. Few figures illustrate that truth better than Jonah. Focused on the prophet rather than his prophecy, the story of Jonah gives us a picture of a man on the run due to his own selfish desires. Instead of showing mercy to his enemies, he determined to keep God's grace to himself rather than share it with those he considered undeserving.  Join us for our discussion of Jonah as we employ a short video each Sunday by Eric Mason and then discuss the book of Jonah together to discover its challenge for our lives.  We will see the depth of God's compassion for the lost and for us.


  • 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 is continuing its way through the Prison Epistles.  We are

    presently in the book of Philippians, studying what the apostle Paul wrote to the

    Philippian saints and to us, today, for our practical daily living.



  • Berachah

    Room 101

    Teacher: Danny Horton

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

    This Quarter: The Berachah Class will continue its look at The Lord’s Prayer through the months of June and July. The book, A Layman Looks at the Lord’s Prayer by Phillip Keller serves as our guide. Keller takes a phrase-by-phrase look at what is most likely the most famous prayer in the Bible and provides powerful insights into such diverse issues as forgiveness, temptation, and defeating Satan.