First Presbyterian offers a wide variety of Sunday School programming.  Our classes cover every age group and a wide variety of interesting topics (see the table below for specifics).  Sunday school classes start each Sunday at 9:45 am and go until 10:45 am.  


2016/2017 Class and Curriculum List

The Sunshine Class

The Sunshine class is our Preschool Sunday School class.  This class is following the Grow, Proclaim, Serve curriculum by Cokesbury and is taught by Nancy Daniel and Alicia Boone.

K-2nd Grade

Our K-2nd class is taught by Wendy Christian and Jennifer Ward.  This class will be following the Godly Play curriculum for the 2016/2017 school year.  Classes will focus on creative biblical storytelling, communal wondering and spiritual reflection through the use of various artistic and creative mediums.

3rd-5th Grade

Our 3rd-5th Grade class is taught by Chris Campbell and Sarah Gump.  This class will be following the Godly Play curriculum.  During the school year they will be learning things like the seasons of the church, the story of Abraham, the story of the exodus, the parables of Jesus and many other topics.

High School and Middle School

Our High school and Middle school class is taught by Joel Stanley.  They are working their way through the book of Romans.

Pastor's Class

Having completed a unit on the Gospel of Mark, the Pastor’s class will now be studying the Gospel of Matthew.  Their focus will be on examining the similarities and differences of the two Gospels.

Women's Class

The Women’s Class usually focuses on workd of contemporary Christian Literature.  They usually tacke a new book each quarter. Past authors have included John Ortberg, Richard Rohr, Erik Kolbel and Anne Lamott. 


Literature Class


Our Literature class continues to enjoy hot coffee and find spiritual connections within the realm of contemporary literature. Currently they are studying the poems of Rainer Maria Wilke. This class is lead by Lynn Shearon and Isabelle White

Bible Class

The Bible class is taught by Un Chol Shin.  This class has systematically worked their way through the entire Old Testament and has moved on to the books of the New Testament.