Glendale Baptist places high value on Christian education in the church. Our educational offerings reflect the diversity in the membership.
Sunday School meets each Sunday from 9:30 to 10:20 a.m.
Sunday morning classes, provided for all age groups, use a variety of approaches and curriculum materials including regular Sunday School materials from Cokesbury, curriculum for Workshop Rotation Model (WoRM) for elementary school age children, as well as stand-alone books and member-designed eclectic approaches for adult classes.
Kindergarten through Sixth Grade
This year, Glendale continues the Workshop Rotation Model, or WoRM for short. Here’s a brief description of this model of doing Sunday School. Teach major Bible stories and concepts through kid-friendly multimedia workshops: an Art workshop, Drama, Music, Games, Puppets, Storytelling, Computers, and any other educational media you can get your hands on. Teach the same Bible story in all of the workshops for four or five weeks rotating the kids to a different workshop each week. The same teacher is in each workshop for all three or four weeks -teaching the same lesson week after week (with some age appropriate adjustments) to each new class coming in.
Our Youth Sunday School class is taught by Lyndsey Godwin using the Seasons of the Spirit curriculum published weekly online by Logos Productions, Inc. She also includes current events in the lessons.
Adults - Fall 2010
The Men’s (aka “Rooster”) Class is studying a book entitled The Next 100 Years by George Friedman. This class meets on the lower floor, across from fellowship hall.
The Twenty-Something class, which focuses on faith development, is reading Walking with God In a Fragile World. This collection of essays written expressly for this book is by renowned spiritual writers and theologians who wrestle with the problems of the human condition in the world today and what a walk with God might reveal about them. No homework, all reading, as well as discussion, occurs during class. This class meets on the Upper level.
THE Adult Class discusses varying topics. Andy Watts is the teacher. This class meets on the upper level in the room at the front of the church.
The Special Studies Class studies varying topics/books. Teachers change with the focus of the class. Currently, Charles Warford is leading a study of the Sermon on the Mount. This class meets in the conference room on the main floor.
Biblestudy@Glendale.etc focuses primarily on Biblical study. They are currently reading the gospel of Mark again for the first time. Richard Sapp is the teacher. This class meets on the lower level, across from fellowship hall.
|Sunday School||9:30 a.m.|
|Sunday Worship Service||10:30 a.m.|
|Choir Rehearsal Wednesdays||5:15 p.m.|
|Wednesday Night Dinner||5:45 p.m.*|
|Wednesday Night Programs||6:45 p.m.|
*call 615.269.0926 or email for reservations
Calendar of Events
- NASHVILLE PASTOR APRIL BAKER RECEIVES BAPTIST HERITAGE AWARD Posted on September 18, 2014
- Ol Pejeta! Posted on September 8, 2014
- Gather Around the Table: Conversations for Renewing the Church Posted on June 16, 2014
- A Summer in the Desert Posted on June 12, 2014
- Alliance of Baptists Joins UCC in Historic Religious Liberty Case in North Carolina Posted on June 5, 2014