Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church Sunday School

     Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church Sunday School believes that learning together is an important part of Christian growth. That is why we set aside an hour every Sunday for the entire church to grow through learning. Recognizing the diverse spiritual life of our congregation, we have many adult and children's classes that cover a wide-range of topics and age groups. We have classes for senior adults, for new members, and for persons interested in pursuing contemporary theology. In short, there are classes for everyone.

     You will find some basic facts about each class, along with a brief description of what the class is studying and its approach to the material. It is impossible to capture the flavor of a class in a single paragraph; but, perhaps this guide will help you find a place to begin exploring. All our classes provide support and fellowship to their members.

     And, that is exactly what we hope you will do: explore. Learning about God is an exciting journey. Our goal at Rutherfordton Presbyterian Church is to be co-learners with you as we all journey together. Look around, find a class that fits where you are right now in your journey, and jump on board. Become part of this thinking, feeling, and healing community of faith each Sunday morning at 10:00AM.

Christian Education

The Christian Education Commission serves to nurture spiritual development and a growing faith through creative educational opportunities, personal and relational experiences, and communal expression of Christian ethics. The committee seeks to do this by:

  • Offering adult, youth, and children’s Christian education classes.
  • Supervising a safe and positive place for younger children to be and learn during worship.
  • Coordinating with committees like Building and Administration to ensure the education space of the church is ideally suited for CE activities.
  • Providing regular youth fellowship and learning events for middle school and high school youth.
  • Encouraging connections across the generations to help parents as they seek to fulfill the commitments made at baptism; to raise their children in the “nurture and admonition of the Lord.”
  • Inviting those who have personal gifts for and a commitment to teaching to serve.