Adult Sabbath School

Current Sabbath School Lesson


The adult Sabbath School lessons are prepared by the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, usually by one of the scholars or theologians of the church.  These lessons are published in the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide which is published quarterly and provided free to each recipient.  To study online, click the link in the previous sentence.

This quarter our Study Guide is entitled "Ephesians."  The apostle Paul, writer of this letter, visited Ephesus toward the end of his second missionary journey and spent three years there during his third missionary journey.  He writes this letter from prison to encourage the disciples in Ephesus to be faithful to their high calling.  "Because the Christian faith is all about Christ, Paul radiates admiration and worship of Him.  If timid Christian disciples are to regain their footing, it will be because they recapture their first love for Jesus and establish fresh trust in His grace and power.  So Paul highlights Christ's exaltation in heaven above all the powers and deities that seek to attract the devotion of believers in Ephesus.  Jesus is the goal of the divine plan for the ages, a plan in which believers, as the church, play an important role in God's plan to unify all things in Christ."  (Current Quarterly, p 2) 

Join us this quarter as we study together this encouraging and uplifting letter that points us back to Jesus and the privilege we have to be part of His church.

Sabbath school classes are the heartbeat of our church community. Each week we spend time learning from Scripture and from each other.

The sabbath school lesson is led by a 3 member panel from the front of the sanctuary taking questions from the audience and those online via our YouTube channel.

The presenters try to help members and guests understand the information of the lesson and help focus discussion that will apply important biblical truths from the lesson to our lives.


Our Sabbath School Programs for both adults and children begins each Sabbath morning at 10 am and runs until 11:15 am.

The adults meet in the sanctuary while the children meet in the adjoining  rooms.