Join a Class

All of our classes are such that a newcomer may begin attending without feeling completely lost with the content. Questions? Contact Ben Phillips, Pastor of Ministries, at 770-967-3440/ext. 115.

Adult Classes

Women’s Class: 1 Peter: A Living Hope in Christ by Jen Wilkin

Our inheritance through Christ is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading. In 1 Peter, a man of faith and flaws and eyewitness to the life of Christ challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance. He shares his concerns on big picture issues for the early church, describes believers’ true identity in Christ, and ultimately helps readers discover what it means to experience the Living Hope they have in Christ.

Key themes of humility, submission, and identity in Christ guide the study of 1 Peter as participants are challenged to read the book in its entirety each week.

Taught by Claudia Rollo in the parlor upstairs across from the pastors’ offices.

The following adult Sunday School classes are inter-generational and range in age and life stages, from single to married:

The Book of Acts

CMPC currently offers a class devoted to the book of Acts. The class is a verse by verse discussion of the text and is led by a rotation of teachers.

Taught by Bob Bradbury, Tom Day, John King and Kennedy Smartt in the Fellowship Hall upstairs.

The Book of 1 Samuel

Join us for a verse by verse discussion of this important book. Taught by David Martin, Ben Phillips and John Rollo in Room A114 downstairs.

The Next 500 Years: the 2017 Ligonier Conference

The same God who brought the Reformation in the sixteenth century is still at work today. His plan has not changed, and what He has purposed for His glory and our good will be accomplished. Join us as we discuss this DVD series that celebrates the five-hundredth anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and considers the future of the church. Speakers include Sinclair Ferguson, Michael Horton, Albert Mohler, Derek Thomas and R.C. Sproul.

Taught by Keith Cox, Benny Hurley and Jack Sweeney in Room A107 downstairs.

Gospel Insights: The Book of Hosea

How does a prophet’s marriage to a prostitute serve God’s purpose? Why is the northern kingdom of Israel being judged more harshly than the kingdom of Judah in the south–and what does it have to do with us? Is there anything here that points to Jesus?

The goal of this class is to provide a forum wherein attendees are encouraged to share the questions, issues and topics that are on their hearts. We take whatever time is necessary to cover questions raised in order to  explore and pastorally address each one.

Taught by Robert Martin, Marty Moore and Dennis Swinehart in Room A110 downstairs.

The Westminster Confession of Faith

This class is a detailed study of the Westminster Confession of Faith along with its supporting catechisms. If you’re interested in understanding Reformed theology and the theological teaching of the PCA, you’ll enjoy this class. The class also uses The Westminster Confession of Faith: For Study Classes by G.I. Williamson.

Taught by Doug Ostien in Room A116 downstairs.

The Harvest

Being spiritual in today’s world is respectable, but claiming one way to a holy God is unacceptable. Religion is valuable, but only when it is convenient. There are many religions in the world, so why Christianity? Equally, salvation is found in various ways and in different saviors around the globe, so what makes Jesus Christ different? During this series we will look at several world religions, considering their foundational beliefs and how they differ from Christianity. Our hope is to know Jesus better by relationally engaging our local community and the world. Join us on Sunday mornings at 10am in Room A102: The Gathering Room (take the elevator to the first floor, exit the elevator and turn right). Taught by Dee Hammond and Bryan Cox.

College Class:

Applying a Biblical Worldview to Cultural Concerns

Join us as we discuss how to speak the truth in love to current cultural issues. Taught by Shane Burdette and Andy Jobson in room A103 downstairs.

Children’s Classes

Age 2 – 5th Grade

Committed adults give instruction to our children about God and His redemptive plan through age-appropriate lessons and activities that are true to Scripture. The following is a list of classroom assignments by age:

  • 2 Year Olds: Room A214
  • 3 Year Olds: Room A216
  • 4 Year Olds: Room A218
  • Kindergarten: Room A215 (Worship Services: Children’s Church)
  • 1st Grade I: Room A207
  • 1st Grade II: Room A209
  • 2nd Grade: Room A202
  • 3rd Grade: Room A 201
  • 4th Grade: Room A213
  • 5th Grade: Room A210

Youth Classes

6th Grade – High School

The Sunday School hour is a great time for students to grow in their understanding of Reformed Theology. CMPC is committed to the Great Commission Publications curriculum.

  • Middle School Girls: Room A114, Becky Batusic
  • Middle School Boys: A109 Bruce Burch, Jason Walls
  • High School: Youth Room, Jason Cunningham, Dean Warnock