Sunday School Classes

9:30 AM Disciples Class – Room 105

Starts off each week with 15 minutes of good ol’ gospel singing, followed by a time of prayer. Lessons are Biblically based and include both lecture and group discussion. Contact Roy Stauffer at [email protected]

9:30 AM Christian Response to the 21st Century Class – The Boardroom & online

This class looks at current events and how scripture guides a Christian response based on social justice and the gospel. Email to request current online access link information. Contact Richmond Williams at [email protected]

10:45 AM Reflections Class – Room 200 & online

The Reflections Class is comprised of singles and couples generally 60+ years old although all are welcome. We begin with a silent prayer period followed by prayers for others. Roy Stauffer chooses the topic and allows us through discussion to take it from there. Prayer, laughter, interactive discussion, and accompanying biblical background characterize a typical Sunday. Email to request current online access link information. Contact Roy Stauffer at [email protected]

10:45 AM Young Adults & Young Professionals Lenten Bible Study – Campbell West

Wilderness: a Lenten walk with Jesus, a five-week series looking at Jesus’ time in the wilderness. This Sunday school class is a great opportunity to go a little deeper and prepare your heart for Easter Contact Moriah Domby Pirtle at [email protected]

11:00 AM Connections Class – The Boardroom

This class is taught and facilitated by Pastor Jay Hutchens and designed especially for people who are new to Woodmont as members or who have recently started visiting.  Each week, the group has engaging conversation on a biblical text, a current event, or a point in the week’s sermon! It is a great way for people to meet others at Woodmont, make connections, and travel deeper into their faith walk. Contact Jay at [email protected]

11:00 AM Points of View – Room 105 & online

The Points of View class invites members to consider a variety of biblical and contemporary topics. Open, honest, and supportive discussion is a hallmark of the class and provides the means for spiritual growth and faith development. Recent topics include world religions, poetry with theological themes, the evolution of the New Testament, and life application of scripture. Email to request current online access link information. Contact Randy Smith at [email protected]


Questions? Email our Connections Director, Tammy Morgan.

Tammy Morgan

Connections Director