Lesson Study

Children's Sabbath School

Each Saturday morning, there is a Sabbath school class for every age group.  Each class welcomes children to about an hour of active learning geared for their stage of development. These classes provide faith-shaping experiences for newborns through adolescents.

Beginners: birth-3 years of age

Kindergarten: 4-5 years of age

Primary: 6-8 years of age (grades 1-3)

Juniors: 9-11 years of age (grades 4-6)

Earliteen: 12-13 years of age (grades 7-8)

Youth: 14-18 years of age (grades 9-12)


Adult Sabbath School

Our Sabbath school classes are the heartbeat of our church community.  Each week we spend time learning from Scripture and from each other.  Our Sabbath school fellowship begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 10:40 a.m.  Access the Bible study guide below.

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2nd Quarter 2023

Three COSMIC Messages

In 1844, a week before the Great Disappointment, Friedrich Nietzsche was born in Germany. He would become one of modernity’s most influential atheists.

For Nietzsche, modernity needed to get beyond notions of “good and evil”. In fact, a character in one of his books declared, “Smash the old law tablets!” (a reference, of course, to the Ten Commandments).

The year 1844 was also important for Karl Marx, the founder of communism. It was the year that Marx wrote the “Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844.” These manuscripts show the early development of his ideology in which he argued for a totally materialist reality that moved through various economic stages until the workers of the world would unite, overthrow their capitalist oppressors, and create a utopia on earth.

The year 1844 had been important for Charles Darwin, too. Darwin wrote “Essay of 1844,” one of the earliest expressions of his evolutionary theory, although it had not been made public.

The year 1844, however, was also the fulfillment of the 2300-day prophecy of Daniel 8:14, and the same year that, out of the leftovers of the Great Disappointment, seeds were planted that would burgeon in a worldwide movement whose core message would repudiate the ideology of Nietzsche, Marx, and Darwin.

Amid these destructive ideologies, God did not leave the world without a witness to His truth. He raised up the Seventh-day Adventist Church to proclaim His last-day truth to the world—the three angels’ messages. These messages, at their core, refute the errors and misconceptions promoted by Nietzsche, Marx, and Darwin.

The three angels’ messages—this quarter’s study focus—are, in a sense, the marching orders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. At their core, they are the gospel, pure and simple, but the gospel in the context of “present truth” (2 Pet. 1:12, NKJV).




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Contents and Introduction

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Lesson 01

March 25–March 31

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Lesson 02

April 1–April 7

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Lesson 03

April 8–April 14

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Lesson 04

April 15–April 21

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Lesson 05

April 22–April 28

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Lesson 06

April 29–May 5

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Lesson 07

May 6–May 12

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Lesson 08

May 13–May 19

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Lesson 09

May 20–May 26

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Lesson 10

May 27–June 2

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Lesson 11

June 3–June 9

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Lesson 12

June 10–June 16

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Lesson 13

June 17–June 23

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