Sunday School

Our Sunday morning education begins at 9:45 am.  Visitors are welcomed.  Below is a summary of the different classes we offer, and their general focus or type of study.

  • K - 2nd

    Miss Kelley teaches this class.  Kelley is the pastors wife, and enjoys teaching children. She also works in our Parent's Morning Out program (see link above).


    Children in this class will learn a Bible story, discuss its meaning and how it relates to children, and create a related craft.  The class begins at 9:45 downstairs in the education wing.

  • 3rd - 5th

    Miss Jane teaches this class.  Jane is a member of the Pastor-Parish Relations Committee and mother of two teenagers.  


    Children in this class follow a quarterly called "Submerge", and is designed to teach children learning lessons on growing into a strong Christian.  The class also meets at 9:45 downstairs in the education wing.

  • 6th - 12th

    Brian Miracle teaches youth in grades 6th - 12th.  Brian grew up in the youth group, is a graduate from Tennessee Wesleyan College, and now teaches PE at Caryville Elementary.  


    Brian leads the youth in a Bible lesson, reading, discussion, and prayer time.  The class meets at 9:45 am upstairs in the education wing.

  • Fellowship class

    The couples in this class have dedicated their time to discussions based on a book they are reading. Retired UM pastor and professor Ray Penn, and retired educator Gary Peevely co-lead the class discussion.    


    This class meets at 9:45 am in the library (outside the sanctuary).

  • joy class

    The Joy class is our oldest Sunday School class - going back five decades!  They have a wonderful heritage and a wealth of knowledge and experience.  The teaching is shared by several folks.    


    This class follows a prescribed lesson booklet with Scripture readings, commentary, discussion questions (commonly called, "the quarterly").  The class meets at 9:30 am for singing prior to class beginning.  They meet on the ground level of the education wing.

  • The sunday Asbury

    Pastor Chris will begin a new class this September.  This theme is dedicated to Francis Asbury - the self-taught preacher and theologian of the Methodist Church in America. The Sunday Asbury will be a causal, meaningful and inspiring place where your soul will prosper. The journey begins September 11th! Suitable for all ages (infant to senior).


    This class will meet in the fellowship hall at 9:45 am.