Church School

"But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ."  2 Peter 3:18


As a renewed mind is vital to ongoing spiritual growth, Ebenezer maintains classes for all age groups in which mastery of the Word of God is our aim.  A comprehensive curriculum is utilized for pre-K thru high school youth.  We have four adult classes that explore a variety of themes: blical studies, reformed doctrine, church history, apologetics, and relevant cultural issues.  As always, the Bible serves as our only rule for faith and practice.


Church School at Ebenezer begins at 9 a.m. on Sunday mornings.  

Adult Classes

College & 20 Somethings

Teacher: Paul Nigro

Bailey Building, Room #8

This group selects topics of study pertaining to college age and young professionals

30 Somethings

Teachers: Jason Vance, Daniel Mick, Joe Lambert

Bailey Building, Room #9

The Gospel of Luke

 The beloved physician Luke wrote his gospel to provide an orderly account of the beginnings of Christianity so that his readers will have reliable information about Jesus Christ.  Come learn with us as we look at events from Jesus’ life, study his teachings, and appreciate more fully his work as the Son of God and Savior of sinners.


40-50 Somethings

Teacher: Mel Wines

Bailey Building, Room #1

Rediscovering Holiness

James Packer, writes: “There was a time when Christians laid great emphasis on God’s call to holiness. But how different it is today! To listen to our sermons and to read the books we write—and then watch the zany, worldly, quarrelsome way we behave—one would never imagine that the highway to holiness was once clearly marked out for Bible believers. The path of holiness is not easy, but by walking its hills and valleys through faith, you will answer God’s highest call: ‘Be holy, because I am holy.’ And you’ll find yourself closer to Him.” Come study the Scriptures with us, as we explore the necessity of holiness in the Christian life. 

Sixties Plus

Teacher: Ray Dockery, Randy Heinzl

Bailey Building, Room #10

Dangerous Duty

   “The pursuit of pleasure is not optional. It is essential.” So writes John Piper of the view that genuine Christians must always pursue that which gives them joy. To do anything less would be unchristian!  And, to that end, Piper insists that the greatest pleasure of all is that of God himself. Countless numbers of the faithful have enjoyed Piper’s book, ‘Desiring God’ in which the author recounts the dangerous duty of every Christian: to pursue their God with a reckless abandon, and to find in that search the greatest of all joys. Come study the Scriptures with us as we consider the theme of how a longing soul finds the all-satisfying Christ at the center of all things. 

Children and Youth Classes

All of the children’s classes through 6th grade use Great Commissions Publications ( as

their curriculum. In addition, the Triathlon Program is used to reinforce Bible knowledge,

Scripture memory, and the children’s catechism through 5th Grade.

Nursery Class

Leaders: Sandra Stamey, Ann Newman, Reid & Mica Brakefield (Bailey, Room #4)

The nursery is available for the Sunday School hour.

Toddler Class (Approx. ages 18 months to 2 years)

Teachers: Sandi Mick, Margaret Kiser (Bailey, Room #3)

We join together in Bible stories and age appropriate activities that reinforce the story.

Children learn how to sit and listen to a Bible story time.

Preschool Class (3  & 4 years)

Teacher: Clare Hayes, Regina Erving (Bailey, Room #5)

We are looking at God’s guidance of His people in the Old Testament line of promise

beginning with Adam through Joseph. This class will also look at the life of Jesus, his

death, and resurrection.

4K - 1st Grade Class

Teachers: John and Sharon Shaw

Bailey Building, Room #7

We are looking at the relationship between God and His people through stories in the book

of Genesis. We’ll also focus on knowing and loving Jesus, and growing and pleasing Him

through a study of the 10 Commandments.

2nd-3rd Grade Class

Teachers: John and Vicki Talbot

Bailey Building, Room #6

We are looking at God’s design for worship and the joy of worshipping God as believers.

Students will explore God’s grace in the law and learn about trusting God and sharing their


4th-5th Grade Class

Teachers: Bryan and Wilma Newman

Bailey Building, Room #12 (upstairs)

We are looking at the whole Bible over a two year period, seeing how the Scriptures point

to Jesus.

6th - 8th Grace Class

Teachers: Michael Newman, Claudia Klukow

Bailey, Room #11

Using the “Implementing God’s Word” curriculum from One Story Ministries

(, we are currently exploring Biblical Relationships.

Senior High Class

Teachers: James & Megen Robbins

The Academy Building

Using the “Implementing God’s Word” curriculum from One Story Ministries

(, we are currently doing a survey of the New Testament.