Sunday School


First Baptist places a strong emphasis on each individual pursuing God on their own through the Bible.  We offer Sunday School as a primary way of gathering with others to learn more about God through the study of the Bible.  Sunday School classes meet from 9:50 - 10:45 am each Sunday.  Classes are offered for every age group.  Sunday School offers everyone a chance to study the Bible along with the natural fellowship and friendships that naturally develop.  Sunday School is a critical component in First Baptist Church's strategy of faith development for all ages.

Join us in-between worship at 9:45am for Sunday School. Contact the church office for more information about any of the following class options.  

Click here to download a list of Sunday School classes

Preschool Classes

Birth - 4 Years Old

  • Meet in the Preschool Place

  • Contact Pastor Lacey Wondree for more information

Children’s Classes

Grades Kindergarten-5th

  • Meet in Children’s Wing

  • (below Fellowship Hall/Kitchen)

  • Contact Pastor Lacey Wondree for more information

Youth Classes

Grades 6-12

  • Meet in the LOFT

  • (3rd Floor Education Building)

  • Contact Pastor Ben Brown for more information

Young Adult Class

First Baptist Millennials

  • Where: Conference Room by Church Offices

  • Who: Young Adults identifying as Millenials

  • What: Young adults looking to make-meaning through scripture, art, and community.

  • Leader: Emma Dove

F.I.G.     (Fill in the Gap)    

  • Where: 2nd Floor Education Bldg, E-200

  • Who: Young-median adults

  • What: A diverse group of adults and couples (20’s – 60’s). Great class for visitors/new members. Fun-loving, welcoming group.

  • Leaders: Noelle Owen and Jenni Thomas

Adult Classes

Dave Farris    

  • Where: Lower Fellowship Hall, 113

  • Who: Men age 50 and up

  • What: Named for a member who was killed in an auto accident, this class uses Formations material to study major Biblical and life themes during the year.

  • Leaders: Jim Nichols, Gary Holste, and Ralph Billings


  • Where: 1st Floor, Education Bldg, E-102

  • Who: couples age 50 and up.

  • What: A mix of classic Bible study and contemporary insight.

  • Leader: Stu Crow

Holy Macs    

  • Where: 1st Floor, Education Bldg, E-100

  • Who: Men and women age 50+

  • What: The Holy Mackerels selected their moniker from the symbol of the early church, the fish. The members strive to become “fishers of people” as they explore scriptures together.

  • Leader: Team-taught by classmates

In the Same Boat    

  • Where: 2nd Floor, Education Bldg, E-201

  • Who: Adults 30-55

  • What: Started as a class for parents with teenage children several years ago, it has since evolved into a class of adults, basically of any age, with or without children! Curriculum general focuses on how to be a Christian in the world we live in today. Studies include a wide variety of authors/pastors such as Max Lucado, David Jeremiah, and Chip Ingram.

  • Leaders: Class Members, Scott Crist


  • Where: 2nd Floor, Education Bldg, E-202

  • Who: Median Adults

  • What: This class is designed to help participants apply Biblical principals to their everyday lives though the use of video series, book studies and the Bible.

  • Leaders: Team-taught by classmates

Open Door        

  • Where: 2nd Floor, Education Bldg, E-200

  • Who: Adults 40 to 60

  • What: Members participate in open discussion using the Bible, book studies and DVDs.

  • Leaders: Velva Barr, Kitten Arehart, Barb Haug


  • Where: Lower Fellowship Hall, 114

  • Who: Ladies from their late 40s into their 80’s+

  • What: A women’s class of about 15 members. We have been celebrating our 39th birthdays for – well – lo these many years. We enjoy wonderful Christian fellowship and love having visitors and new members. Come join us!