Adult Bible classes

Concord Street offers a selection of adult Bible classes for both Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.  The topics and teachers will change from time to time throughout the year and students are encouraged to choose the class that best fits their needs.  


For a PDF of the current adult class brochure, please click here or click on the brochure pictured below.

    Sunday

    Auditorium Class— Mike Baker

    Topic: Ephesians

    This class will travel through the book of Ephesians gleaning impactful Biblical truths.


    Room 135 Class—Tony Washington

    Topic: Diseases of the Heart

    This class will explore overcoming various obstacles to Christian growth such as envy, pride, worry, impatience, doubt, discouragement and many more.


    First Principles Class Terry Carmichael & Joe Jacobs

    Elders Room Topic: Biblical Principles for Living

    This study is designed for new converts or anyone who wishes to study the first princi-ples in living the Christian life. Topics that are discussed are salvation, sin, worship, prayer, Christ’s life and many others. 


    Young Adult Class—Jonathon Payne & Jerry Brevil

    Room 255 Assorted Spiritual Growth Topics

    This class is a young adult class for both married and single adults. Topics that will be discussed are of a topical nature and are designed to strengthen one’s faith in God and help the Christian bet-ter cope with the struggles of daily life. 


    College Class - Dan Cawthon

    Room 25 Topic: Heart Felt Topics


    A wide variety of topics will be explored as students discuss what the Bible says about how Christians should live in an ever changing world.

    Wednesday

    Auditorium Class—Ted Thompson

    Topic: Character Study of David

    This class will discuss various topics as they are modeled by a “man after God’s own heart”. Students will be challenged to put into practice the characteristics and qualities.


    Women’s Class Room 135—Theresa Campbell and various teachers.

    The topic will be a review of the Book titled, “Spiritual Spring Cleaning” by Debbie Schmid. 

    Each week a different chapter will be explored and discussed.


    Men’s Class—Jerry Brevil  & Jonathan Payne

    Room 55

    During the winter quarter the men’s class will focus on training men to be strong leaders for Christ. Leadership principles will discussed and explored in a friendly, encouraging environment. Men interested in serving the congregation in new ways are encouraged to attend.


    College Class— John Rucker

    Room 25


    During the Winter/Spring This class will study aspects of spiritual development with an empha-sis of practically living the scriptures in their daily lives.