Our Sunday Morning Discipleship classes are held Sundays at 10:00 AM. Every season we have a couple of options for those looking to meet others, learn about important issues facing us today, and deepen their faith. If you have any questions about a class, or would like to teach in the future, contact Derek Mondeau.

FALL 2019 CLASSES: Join us at any time!

Good News Class
Join us for expository Bible teaching of the Gospel of Mark in the tradition of "Inductive Bible Study." Our teachers ask the three classic questions of each text: (i) what does it say; (ii) what did it mean to them (the original audience); and (iii) what does it mean to us? This class is centered on understanding and applying God's Word for His glory and our growth as His people.
Location: Room 101
Led by: Dave Carroll, Dave Skove

Study of Acts
The Reveal Class will continue our study of the book of Acts, exploring through UP, IN and OUT observations, the missionary themes that Luke narrates. The mission of God’s people always involves our Theology, our Community, and our Outreach.
Location: Room 213
Led by: Jennifer Parham, Andrew Fuller, Jenny Daniel

Are you in your 20-30s and looking for a place to connect and grow at Third? Join us on Sunday mornings for Delta, a new community at Third for young adults (20-30 somethings, single or married), who are seeking others to befriend, learn from and grow alongside. We aspire to create a space for those who desire deeper friendships with peers and rich conversations relevant to their current questions about faith and all of life.
Location: Room 217
Led by: Drew Cleveland


Metamorphosis Class
We are a diverse community seeking God’s healing and wholeness for the brokenness in our lives and families through safe, authentic Christian relationships. We come together on Sunday mornings to discuss preassigned selections we have read during the week which are chosen to enhance our tools for living out a relationship with Jesus and others in a real and challenging world. We would love for you to join us in this rich, deep encounter of the book Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life, by Richard Rohr. We will examine the spiritual paradox that falling down is, in fact, moving upward and how our brokenness can be the springboard for spiritual growth, no matter what half of life we are in.
Teacher: Mary Damon
Location: Multipurpose Room, Third Office Building (500 Forest Avenue)


Guided Tour of the Bible
These short 5 week studies of one section of the Bible helping you understand and be impacted by the message of each book we explore. Learn more about the class, and join the tour!