Sunday School | Term 3 

[Links to sign up are provided below.]

As a church we must be intentionally and systematically teaching, training, modeling the gospel (the good news of Jesus Christ's work on the cross to save sinners and bring God glory). It is the vision of our church "to present everyone mature in Christ." 

The purpose of Sunday School is to provide an opportunity on Sunday morning for men, women and children to meet and to hear of God's plan of salvation and to deepen their understanding of God's Word. Classes are open to anyone who wants to know more about God and his activity in the world and in the lives of people. Classes are offered for 7-8 weeks at a time, and can be wonderful opportunities to grow in faith and to meet other Christ-followers.

[Includes onsite Nursery Care, and Children's and Youth Sunday School Classes for all ages.]

 

Term 3 Classes: January 14 - March 4 at 9:00 am

Voices of the Reformation: How They Speak to Us Today | Rich Ugland

This class continues the story of the Protestant Reformation from its birth in early 16th century Europe to its expansion to America in the 17th and 18th centuries. Although the doctrinal voices of Martin Luther and John Calvin will continue to inform and inspire us, we will also meet new reformers among the Anabaptists, within the English and Scottish Reformations, and through the groups of Pilgrims and Puritans and their descendants who established the early United States as a largely Protestant country.  Our challenge is to see how the witness of the reformers can transform our own lives so that we will want the eyes of lost people upon us. 
Note: Those who were unable to attend part one will feel comfortable picking up this class in Term 3.

SIGN UP HERE for the class listed above

Isaiah 40-66, Messianic Hope for an Idol-Worshiping World | Chris Mabee

The poetry, prose and songs of Isaiah offer a comprehensive Biblical Theology that uniquely binds all of redemptive history together in one book.  The covenant Lord fulfills all that He plans for His creation and promises to His people, but how?  Why is Isaiah often referred to as the 5th Gospel and directly quoted over 55 times in the New Testament?  How does Luke use Isaiah to make us certain about who Jesus is and what He has done for us?  Come join us as we answer these questions, and more, together, through the study of the prophecy of Isaiah.

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Communicants Class | Elizabeth Deakin 

This parent-child class is an opportunity for families to grow in understanding the church sacraments and to explore gospel foundations together. Curriculum content is designed for students 3rd – 5th grade who are ready to make a public profession of faith. This class will meet each Sunday at 9:00 am from Jan 14 through March 4. For more information, contact Elizabeth Deakin at edeakin@npcdublin.org  

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Sunday School Class Values and Structure

  • Four Terms per Year
  • 7 or 8 Week Classes
  • Gospel-centered
  • Community-oriented
  • Sign up Online
  • 1 hour class time
  • Highly interactive between participants and teacher
  • Around tables
  • Dedicated time for prayer