Sunday Classes 10:00 am
We strive to provide a variety of classes, so there is something for everyone.
We offer several adult classes each quarter, including Essential Christianity (eC). This would be a great place for you to start if you are new here.
eC introduces SWBIBLE Church and the essentials of Christianity to you.
Children are divided by age or grade and assigned to amazing teachers who are enthusiastic about teaching God's Word to kids with an age appropriate lesson.
March - May
No Sunday Classes on April 21
eC - Essential Christianity
Pastor Scott Gilchrist / Room 221
Human nature tends to find the unknown pretty scary—or maybe just intimidating. We wanted to have a comfortable place where you can ask those questions about Christianity that you’ve been holding back. No judgement, no “holier than thou”, just respect, and refreshingly clear and honest answers staight from God’s Word. Pastor Scott leads this class every quarter and you are welcome any time. This is the place to learn more about Christianity and about us here at SWBIBLE. Need a little more motivation? We don’t just have hot coffee—we also serve delectable treats. Okay, so we’ll see you there!
Tell Me the Story of Jesus
Storytelling: Communicating the Gospel Like Jesus Did
Pastor Gary Dozier and Jim Morud / Auditorium
The story of Jesus unfolds from the manger of His birth to the cross of His death to the mansions He has prepared for us in heaven. The story of Jesus is manifold and multi-colored, and its beauty is to be told as much as it is to behold.
The stories of Jesus provide forms for the heart to follow. They help our hearts to see the Truth in living color. They combine His personality with His teaching and work, making evangelism a two-sided coin, appealing to both the mind and the heart. And the splendor of His majesty is what makes our hearts want to hear them told over and over. The love of Jesus compels us to talk about Him.
This class will equip you to use the stories of Jesus to share the good news of the Gospel the same way He did.