Instructor: Martha Ponder

Description: Join The Neighborhood Class for an in depth study and discussion of the book of Ephesians. Come and discover how to” live a life worthy of our calling” as those chosen by God before the foundation of the world!



Instructors: Melody McRee, Robert Lance

Description: The FACTS Class is studying the Book of Ruth. In Ruth, there are no parted seas or crumbling enemy walls, only the subtler miracle of ordinary people living out their faith and seeing God respond to it. All are invited to join us as we study the virtues of loyalty, hospitality, commitment, hard work, obedience to the finer technicalities of God’s law, and the book’s dominate theme of restoration. The study guide is available via download from Amazon for $5.99.


Instructor: Tom Arnold

Description: Tom Arnold's Fellowship Class uses The Present Word to explore the Word of God. The Present Word is an ongoing series published by the Presbyterian Church (USA). Through the exploration of Biblical text, adult study groups are invited into a deepened relationship with God. The Present Word engages participants in an experiential style of learning—connecting faith and life.



Instructor: Nancy Goodenough

Description: This class for older adult ladies is currently studying The Present Word. Begun in 1988, this is Fairview's most consistent Sunday School class, with faithful members attending each Sunday. Also known as the LOL (Ladies of Laughter) Class, this class offers a chance for women to study the Word of God together while also providing fellowship opportunities.


Instructor: Bill Jacobsen

Description: The Faithful Followers Adult Sunday School Class welcomes persons of all ages. Our teaching reflects a strong belief in Reformed theology. We emphasize the Sovereignty of God and the Authority and Inspiration of Scripture. We are concentrating on Bible studies and have also used books by R.C. Sproul, J.I. Packer, and others.



Instructors: Kevin Toole, Brian Enter, Scott Bowser

Description: In our current series, Pastor Matt Chandler explains that the lines of the Apostles Creed aren't mere words, they carry the essence of what we confess and believe. The creed helps us develop better symmetry as Christians, give us a more robust understanding of the God of the Bible. The creed helps us with clarity. It makes it clear who God is. The creed informs our community, who we belong to and finally, the creed informs our counsel, both to ourselves and to others.


Instructors: Patrick Rodgers, Lynda Williams

Description: What’s the New Thang? It’s a Bible discussion class held during the Sunday school hour that treats adults like adults. Is this “thang” right for you? We learn about the Bible by reading it, read assigned chapters during the week and we come prepared to discuss on Sundays, attend regularly to build on knowledge week after week, discuss personal findings with the class, and keep in contact through electronic means during the week (mostly on mobile devices). If this seems like the Bible study for you, please text Patrick or Lynda or call the church office to get involved!