Adult Men & Women Sunday School (9:30 a.m. Sundays)
This is a friendly environment in which to learn God’s Word and grow in a small group setting. The traditional standard lesson is taught in a number of classes, so that you can choose the group best for you.
Adult Men & Women New Members’ School (6:00 – 8:30 p.m. Mondays)
This school presents the foundational truths of God’s Word and what we believe as Christians. Classes include Salvation, Our Two Natures, the Ordinances (Baptism and the Lord’s Supper), Christian Living, The Holy Bible (Overview of the Old and the New Testament), Worship, and Stewardship I & II. Classes can be completed in 4 sessions! All persons who join the church family must successfully complete all new member classes before being baptized and receiving the right hand of fellowship. The New Members’ Ministry provides our new members with a solid foundation, enthusiasm to serve the Lord, and a comfortable transition from New Member to Bible study student!
- Week 1 – Salvation and Our Two Natures (taught by our Senior Pastor)
- Week 2 – Ordinances (Baptism and the Lord’s Supper) & Christian Living
- Week 3 – The Holy Bible (Overview of the Old and the New Testament) & Worship
- Week 4 – Stewardship I & II
In addition, PLACE (personality and gift assessment-strongly encouraged for those that desire to be involved in a ministry). This tool enhances your ability to get involved in ministry with ease. Also, MasterLife (a Discipleship program to strengthen our daily walk with God-optional for those who want greater spiritual growth). This is a 24 week discipleship training program that focuses on small group session learning. The MasterLife study focuses on your commitment to developing a lifelong obedient relationship with Jesus Christ.
Youth & Teen New Members Classes
These are a series of age-appropriate classes designed to introduce new children and youth to Greater Zion and the concepts of salvation, the Bible, ordinances, and stewardship. Classes also serve as a forum to answer the questions and concerns of young new believers. Learn more