Sunday School

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

Romans 12:2

Our next session of Sunday school classes starts May 5th.

Soul Winning with Spurgeon

Teacher: Matt Erdman
Room: Sanctuary
8 weeks
Those familiar with the hymns of old may recall “Hark the Voice of Jesus Calling.” The first verse goes:
Hark, the voice of Jesus calling,
“Who will go and work today?
Fields are white, and harvests waiting,
Who will bear the sheaves away?”
Loud and long the Master calls us,
Rich reward He offers free;
Who will answer gladly saying,
“Here am I, send me, send me”? 
In this class, the church will learn to embrace the spirit of this old song as guided by the teaching of an old, admired preacher, Charles Spurgeon. We’ll examine Spurgeon’s life, convictions, and the powerful perspectives he shared on evangelism — the winning of souls; “the chief business of the Christian.”

Youth  (grades 6-12)

Teacher: Restrepo Team
Room: 101 (Library)
8 weeks
The YG SS will be starting a new video series about hermeneutics. Hermeneutics is the way in which one interprets the Bible. Having a correct hermeneutic is essential to growing in knowledge of God. This is going to be a great series to allow the youth to mature in Christ. Come join us!

Know the Heretics

Teachers: Adam Beth, Robert Richmond
Room: 202 (Large room upstairs)
8 weeks
Who is Jesus? Is he divine? Is he human? How does he relate to the God of the Old Testament? How do the divinity and humanity relate to his work in saving humanity? How is the fact that Christ was both human and God connect to how he rescues humanity? What does that rescue look like? These are questions that leaders and thinkers of the early church wrestled with after the time of the Apostles. And as you might imagine the answers were far from clear cut. Over the centuries answers were given to try to explain all that the Bible has to say about God and humanity. But not all of these answers were equally well grounded. In this class we’ll go through some of the answers that were given that fell into the realm of heresy, in order to study the true orthodox response, and see Christ for who he truly is in order to worship Him rightly.

Membership Matters

Teacher: Elders
Room: 102
8 weeks
Prospective members are invited to attend our Membership Matters class. The curriculum is supplemented with material from the book Church Membership: How The World Knows Who Represents Jesus (available at the church book shop).
The material discussed includes our statement of faith, church covenant, history, outreach and missions efforts, life as a local church, and the biblical basis for joining a church in formal membership.
Courses are offered in a Sunday school format. Upon completion, those who attended all the classes are able, but not obligated, to sign up for a membership interview—the third step of the membership process at Woodridge.

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