2023 Summer Sunday School Quarter


Teacher: Matt Mullininx & Bruce Willson  Age: 70's  Room: Garmer Room (Axson, 3rd Floor)
Subject: "The Attributes of God and the Psalms"
We will study the incommunicable and communicable attributes of God and then walk through several Psalms and see how these attributes come forth in this wonderful book of Scripture.


Teacher: Tim Shaw  Age: Late 50's to 60's  Room: Whitaker Bldg., 1st Floor
Subject: "1 Samuel"
As Saul falls and David rises, we learn what it looks like and what it does not look like to be a "man after God's own heart." We will learn about the heart of God, what God looks for, what he cherishes as we study the second half of 1 Samuel.


Teacher: Wright Draper  Age: 40's and 50's Room: Emmaus Room (Admin Bldg., 2nd Floor)
Subject: "Colossians"
Though we don't know much about the heresy that occasioned this letter, we do know that Paul responded by exalting the sublimity of Christ's person and work. In Colossians, we learn how the doctrine of Christ steers us from error and drives us toward godliness. As a result of our time together, I hope we will be enriched with a deeper knowledge of Christ and encouraged to remain faithful to our Lord.


Teacher: Oli Simmons  Age: 30's and 40's  Room: Whitaker Bldg., 4th Floor
Subject: Elect Exiles: 1 Peter
Sojourners and strangers in a foreign land, chosen by God but disdained by the world - an apt description of early believers in Asia Minor and no less true of Savannahian Christians today. Let's hear God's Word speak loud and clear through this ancient epistle into our very own lives.

New Covenant

Teacher: Alex Sutherland  Age: 20's and 30's  Room: Room #31 (Axson Bldg., 3rd Floor)
Subject: "American Presbyterian History"
Presbyterianism has had a long and influential history in America, but even more importantly, we ourselves are American Presbyterians! We will study the history of Presbyterianism in America, looking at its events, figures, debates, and theology. In doing so we will seek to better understand what it means to be faithful American Presbyterians today.


Teacher: Evan Gear  Age: Undergraduate  Room: Room #72 (2nd Floor of Admin Bldg.)
Subject: "Our Confession"
From the earliest days of the church, there has been an impulse to summarize what we believe. From the simplicity of “Jesus is Lord” to the beauty and complexity of the Nicene Creed, we say what we believe using common words. The Westminster Confession of Faith is the fruit of this long tradition and it is our confession. Let’s study it together.

High School

Teacher: Paul Rodgers

Middle School

Teacher: Terry Johnson Topic: Westminster Shorter Catechism

Children's Sunday School

  • PreK: (Axson Bldg., 1st Floor) "Serving the Savior - Learning to Trust and Obey Jesus Through New Testament Lessons" with Mrs. Sharon Robinson and Mrs. Claire Webb
  • Kindergarten: (Axson Bldg., 1st Floor) "Serving the Savior - Learning to Trust and Obey Jesus Through New Testament Lessons" with Mrs. Judy Daniell and Mrs. Tamara Thompson
  • 1st and 2nd Grade: (Axson Bldg., 3rd Floor, Room #31) "Pleasing God: The Ten Commandments: Our Relationship to God, Our Neighbor, and Our Need for a Savior" with Mrs. Wendy Sutton and Mrs. Ginger Thompson
  • 3rd and 4th Grade: (Axson Bldg., 3rd Floor, Room #32) "God's Servants: Stories of Little-Known Servants of God in the Old and New Testaments" with Mr. and Mrs. Will Brodmann and Miss Kirstie Brodmann