Sunday School

SUNDAY SCHOOL - every Sunday morning at 9:30 am.

Our Sunday School curriculum at Delaney helps to lead people to Christ and guide them to be more like Him. This is a great way to "go deeper in the Word", build close friendships, and move people toward spiritual maturity. Choose your class to attend from the list below, or call the church for more information. We look forward to you joining us!

Preschool Babies - Room B101

Preschool 2 yr old - Room B106

Preschool 3-4 yr old - Room B108

Children K-1st Grade - Room B202

Children Grade 2-3 - Room B203

Children Grade 4-5 - Room B204 

Students Grade 6-12 (Middle and High School) - CFLC Upper Room/right

Special Education (all ages) - Room C101-4

Young Adult/College and Career/Adult 1 (born 1988-1999)
        CFLC Upper Room/left (217) - led by Matthew Morris

Beacon Fellowship/Adult 3 (born 1979-1995)
        Room D202 - led by Jeff LeMaster

Grace Fellowship/Adult 5 - (born 1965-1978)
        Room D203 - led by Webb Wright

Lighthouse Fellowship/Adult 6 - (born 1952-1964)
        Room C201 - led by Everette and Alice Wright

Faith Fellowship/Adult 7 - (born 1943-1951)
        Room C203-4 - led by Randall Sanderson

Loyalty Fellowship/Adult 8 - (born 1920-1942)
        Room D101-3 - led by Sara Hodsdon

        - Adult 8 Ladies 1: Ladies 1 Bible Study - (born 1939-1942)
           Room D103A - led by Pat Cropp

        - Adult 8 Ladies 2 (Onward): Ladies 1 Bible Study - (born 1932-1938)
           Room D102B - led by Libby Witko

        - Adult 8 Ladies 3: Ladies 1 Bible Study - (born 1922-1931)
           Room D103B - led by Sharon Ferrell

        - Adult 8 Ladies 4: Ladies 1 Bible Study  
           Room D102C - led by Pam Price

        - Adult 8 Men: Ladies 1 Bible Study - (born 19320-1942)
           Room D101 - led by Roger Bergeson

Why Sunday School Is Important...

1. Sunday School improves your Bible knowledge. When you know and understand God’s Word for yourself, you are more likely to obey the Lord. The Bible knowledge gained in Sunday School also helps you become more proficient in using God’s Word, the Bible.

2. Sunday School assists your spiritual growth. Think of Sunday School teachers and class members who have modeled the Christian life. You learned from their examples how to live for Jesus. Most importantly, spiritual growth often occurs best in the context of small group Bible study. That’s Sunday School.

3. Sunday School provides a “place to belong.” In a Sunday School class you are known, personally recognized and transparency is more likely to occur. You can share needs and concerns in your life. As you participate in class discussions, you become connected.

4. Sunday School helps you build meaningful relationships. You meet people, learn their names, hear their stories, and meet their families. You share fellowship times with class members. You minister alongside others. Deep friendships are built!

5. Sunday School provides opportunities to serve and minister. Contacts with “unchurched"  people, gives you the privilege of sharing your faith. You show the love of Jesus by ministering to class members who have needs. 

6. Sunday School has a place for the whole family. In one trip to church your entire family can participate in the important purposes of Bible study, connection, fellowship, discipleship, ministry, and evangelism. You gain the assurance of knowing every member of your family is involved in weekly, small-group Bible study, which is growing their Bible knowledge and helping them grow spiritually.