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Adult Sunday School

Sunday School—9:30 a.m.

We meet at 9:30 on Sunday mornings. Our courses are a series of informative, interactive, and challenging classes that are meant to help you in your Christian walk. Every Sunday we offer five tracks, each with a different focus.

1. Topical – These classes will cover topics varying from theologically deep to intensely practical. Whether you're taking a deep dive into theological waters or talking about how to walk together in the Christian life, come prepared with your mind ready and your Bibles open. Interaction is always welcome and a time for questions is usually provided. Right now we are going through a class on systematic theology.

2. Inductive Bible Study – This class moves slowly through particular books of the Bible, carefully unpacking the meaning of the Bible's words and applying them to our lives. If you enjoy looking carefully at the words of Genesis or John, Acts or Revelation, this could be a great class for you to attend. The class is currently moving through Matthew.

3. Line By Line – This class is a more traditional Bible study taught by Dr. Albert Mohler and Matt Smethurst. Each week Dr. Mohler or Matt will seek to explain the text of the Bible, one line at a time. The class is currently going through John or 1 Corinthians.

4. Third-in-Four Membership Class – This is a series of four classs that are meant to give you a friendly and informative introduction to Third Avenue Baptist Church. Taught by our pastors, Third-in-Four looks carefully at the church's Statement of Faith, Covenant, History, and the "Pastors' Vision." If you're interested in joining Third Avenue, we would ask that you attend all four of these classes. If you're not interested in joining Third Avenue, you're certainly welcome to attend, too! This would be a great way to get to know us a little better.

5. International Students and Scholars Class – Meant for those members and other friends for whom English is not a first language, this class spends time looking slowly and carefully at the songs we are planning to sing and the Scripture passages we are planning to read in the morning service. We also look through the pastor's sermon notes in an effort to define words, explain concepts, and hopefully make it a little easier for our international friends to understand and participate in the service.