The adult School of Christian Living (SCL) is for the ongoing spiritual growth of each adult at Grace. Its primary purpose is to give them opportunities to learn more about the practical application of Scripture in all aspects of their lives in Christ and includes life-enriching classes in:

  • the Bible and Theology
  • understanding and living the exchanged life
  • applying biblical truths in marriage, parenting, work, finances, retirement, and all aspects of life.

These classes are designed to help believers "grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ"
[2 Peter 3:18].

Classes are offered on Sundays as well as during the week. 

current school of christian living  classes


A new  School of Christian Living starting Sunday, June 24, 9 a.m in the Portable classroom #2.
We will be viewing Francis Schaeffer's video series "How Should We Then Live?"

This is a ten part series covering western culture from the time of the early church to the 1960's. Each video is less than 30 minutes so that will leave us time for discussion. This series gives us a brief overview of history from Dr. Scheffer's unique Christian perspective. The videos are shot on locations around the world which adds to the intriguing narration from Dr. Schaeffer.

To sign up to attend this class, click here.


    We are thrilled to announce that from toddlers to senior adults classes will be focused on the same Scripture beginning March 4. Families will have a shared Scripture experience when they attend class and therefore be able to have spiritual conversations about the passages during the week.  

    The adult class will be taught by Michael Campbell. 

    9 am, Room 1, Portable Bldg.

    Spring Schedule:

    March - New Testament Book of John Focused on Jesus, the Savior

    April - Special Topics Focused on the Names of God

    May -Old Testament Book of Job Focused on Choosing to Trust God

    Sign up HERE to attend these classes.




    Fall/Winter Schedule - September through December

    Winter/Spring Schedule - January through April

    Summer Schedule - May through August

    Classes are usually 8, 12 or 18 weeks long.

    If you are interested in teaching or facilitating a class, we welcome you to submit a course outline here. Our Discipleship Pastor Rick MacIver will contact you to discuss details.