Adult Spiritual Growth on Sunday Mornings
On this page, you will find an overview of each particular adult class that is currently meeting on Sunday mornings at Mount Tabor. We encourage you to try out a few of these classes and see which one is the best fit for you. We also encourage you to check out our “In the Know” weekly emails, Tabor Talk and Sunday morning announcements for updates about short term classes and seasonal offerings.
Works in Progress
This adult class is for all ages and stages of life. Class members have had a strong preference for being in the Word and seeing how God’s word speaks to them today. The majority of our members are newcomers to Mount Tabor, but we welcome everyone. Come and join in this discussion class as we seek to hear God speak! For more information, please contact Brenda Wills at email@example.com.
Modern Day Disciple
This group focuses on young adults who are 20-40 years old. We discuss recent topics and current events while seeking to understand how the Bible applies to these situations. For more information, please contact Mark Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Foundation Class is a welcoming and loving group of adults in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s who are very active in supporting Mount Tabor and her ministries. We spend our time together studying the foundation of our faith in Jesus Christ through Bible studies and DVD series. We are a relaxed and supportive group, looking to encourage each other, visitors and new members to serve and follow Jesus. For more information, please contact Amanda Nicholls at email@example.com.
The Covenant Class is an enthusiastic group of individuals in their 40’s and early 50’s who share a common love of God, our church and our community. We
share a covenant with God to study His word for guidance on how to live in today’s challenging world, looking to each other for support in times of difficulty and joy. Our weekly study of the bible follows closely what our pastors are preaching each Sunday, but we also alternate between book studies, Bible studies and current events to help us grow in our relationships with God and one another. For more information, please contact Sam Odom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Summit class is made up of 50+ year old adults who are not yet mature, but are working on it, both emotionally and spiritually. Originally formed as a book
study, we study the Bible and other books in a discussion format with the certainty that the Holy Spirit has plans to put us to work in the Kingdom. While most class members are active in a variety of ministries, Higher Ground is a special emphasis for many of our members. We welcome new participants and the
transformation that comes when we open our hearts to Jesus. For more information, please contact Keith Rogers at email@example.com.
The Sunday Symposium class members are mostly in their 50’s and include both couples and singles. Our leader is Dave Stith, with other class members
substituting occasionally. Our studies vary, but we generally seek to discover how to integrate Christian teaching into our lives. Most of our members are very
active in service to the church through committees and other groups and we also gather outside the church for occasional service projects and social events. We are especially proud of the strong network of caring and support we have provided to each other throughout the years. We always welcome new members to join us! For more information, please contact Dave Stith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a group of mature adults, both singles and couples, we generally use the Adult Bible Studies Curriculum. Our group supports various church-wide projects and has taken special interest in youth projects. It’s a fun-loving group that enjoys social occasions, such as dinners at local restaurants, a Christmas party and other
celebrations. New people are always welcome to this class to experience teaching and wonderful fellowship. For more information, please contact Brent Bond at
We discuss a variety of topics including contemporary issues, church history and doctrine, spiritual growth and traditional Bible studies. The class is comprised mostly of professionals, many of whom are retired, and many of whom are grandparents. Class service projects include the “adoption” of one or more families at Christmas, delivering meals to Ronald McDonald House and collecting canned good for the Veterans Heal Shelter. Koinonia is the Greek word for fellowship and we welcome everyone! For more information, please contact Craig Miller at email@example.com.
Pioneers for Christ
This diverse class is for men and women ages 60+. We use the Adult Bible Studies curriculum and begin each class with music. We also travel and eat out as well as visit new and different places along with tried and true favorites. On second Sundays, we gather as an informal group for Sunday lunch. We welcome one and all to come join us! For more information, contact Charles Pitts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Searching Together is a new Sunday School class whose current members include couples in their 30s-40s and parents of young children. Discussion interests include Christian marriages, life stages, current events and living a God-centered life in an age of distraction. For more information, contact Meg Shipley at
Women in the Word
A class for women of all ages and stages of life, from college to retirement. Our members are from a variety of places in their faith journey...some seasoned
believers, some are new to the faith and others are exploring Christianity for the first time. We provide support and encouragement to one another as we face
life together. Through lively discussion and shared experiences, we dig deeper into the Bible and get excited about applying biblical principles to our daily
lives. Grab a cup of coffee and join us! For more info, contact Michaele Cook at email@example.com.
This women’s class is a very friendly group of “young-at-heart recycled teenagers”. We have 4 teacher/ leaders who alternate Sundays. The entire class engages
in lively discussions while sharing uncommon insight from our experiences. As an active group of caring hearts, we strive to generously support community outreach agencies and the church’s mission. We support a foreign young man, whom we correspond with about four times a year. We stay in touch with our inactive members with cards, calls and visits. Anyone is welcome to visit our class and is encouraged to return. For more information, contact Susan Rudd at 336.722.3470.