July/August 2021 Sunday School

Sundays 9:15-10:15 a.m.

From July 11 through August 8, we are having "One-Anothering Fellowship," aka All-Covenant Sunday School, in the Fellowship Hall on Sundays at 9:15 a.m. for all of our Sunday School Communities, including children's (nursery care will be available, but there will be no separate children's classes). We will be studying a number of passages from the Old Testament as we gather together for joint Sunday School, spanning all generations, so that we can fellowship with ONE ANOTHER and hear and engage with God’s Word together. Everyone is invited to participate in our All-Covenant Sunday School on Sunday mornings!
July 11 — The Golden Calf (We become what we worship)
Exodus 32 | Focus on how we all worship something and that we often start to look (and sound) like what we worship

July 18 — Ehud the Left-Hand Super Assassin (Yahweh raised up a deliverer)
Judges 3 | Focus on God’s deliverer who brings salvation and rest for God’s people

July 25 — Samson (Victory through death)
Judges 13–16 | Focus on Samson, the great deliverer, whose greatest victory came through his self-sacrificing death (hello, JESUS!)

August 1 — Hannah and Samuel (Listening to God’s Voice)
1 Samuel 1–6 | Focus on God who listens to Hannah’s cries and who speaks to young Samuel—God hears us and delights to speak to us in His Word

August 8 — Dancing David (Joyful worship like nobody is watching)
2 Samuel 6 | Focus on God’s delight in joyful worship in His presence—we are invited to celebrate like nobody is watching!



Sunday School Communities

Covenant follows a set of Shepherding Principles and a Shepherding Model that are both used in coordinating and governing our Sunday School Communities.

COLLEGE  College students
COMMUNITY All ages and life stages
CORNERSTONE 30s and early 40s
CROSSPOINTE Young families; 30s
FOUNDATIONS 40s and 50s
LIGHTHOUSE 30s and 40s
LIVING STONES late 40s, 50s, and early 60s
OPEN DOORS 70s and above
THRESHOLD Singles and young marrieds; 20s and 30s
UPPER ROOM 60s and 70s