Sunday School

Sunday School

The Board of Christian Education at the North Hills Community Baptist Church believes that the Bible is the Word of God, and provides the foundation for Sunday School teaching. Based on this belief, our mission is to advance the understanding and knowledge of Jesus Christ. We accomplish this mission through Sunday School by providing life-long learning opportunities through:

  • Studying the Bible and basing Sunday School lessons on the Bible
  • Applying what we learn from the Bible lessons to daily life
  • Nurturing each individual’s faith in a Christian community
  • Sharing God’s love
  • Fostering a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ

We carry out our mission in a fun, loving, engaging, and interactive atmosphere that facilitates participation.

Join us for Sunday School for all ages

From the Sunday after Labor Day through
the second Sunday in June at 9:45 a.m.

Children and Youth Classes

Children’s Faith Family Class: Students from age 3 to 5th grade will explore families in the Bible, and learn how today’s faith families care for one another as they grow and build loving relationships. We will consider what it means to be part of God’s family and why it is important to understand and internalize this truth.
We will begin our Sunday school worship time by gathering in a large group for an interactive Bible story, music, movement, and cool experiments to illustrate the lesson. We will then break into age-level small groups to dig deeper so students can see how to apply what they learned to their daily lives.

Junior High Class (Grades 6-8): The Junior High class, led by Christine O’Neil
and Mary Schneider, will be utilizing the NOOMA video series that blends the everyday with discussion about God. NOOMA comes from the phonetic spelling of the Greek
word pneuma, meaning “wind” or “spirit.” Real life situations are presented with a Christian life view intertwined to take a look at questions such as “Do our lives really matter?”, “Why do we do the things we do?”, and “Why are we so concerned with what other people think, say or look like?” The 10-14 minute videos featuring Pastor Rob Bell will be the jumping off point for class discussions.

Senior High Class (Grades 9-12): The Senior High class, led by Ryan Brooks and
Ryan Buschmeyer will focus on deepening the faith of the students and developing an
understanding of Christian faith. The class will be going trough Zondervan’s “The Story” bible study. This study focuses on God’s eternal story and helps to relate it to the lives of young people.

Adult Sunday School 

Adult Bible study: This fall, our Bible lessons follow the theme “God Provides” and remind us of the ways God meets our needs and of God’s call to us to help those who lack life’s essentials of food, water, and shelter. This promises to be a thought provoking, dialogue rich class.
Led by Gary Claus and Felicia Zamora
Meeting in the room off of Fellowship Hall

A Class for Women: This class will start the year off studying the book Loving God with All Your Mind by Elizabeth George. Contact Lynn Berney ( if you would like to join and we will order a book for you.
Led by Lynn Berney
Meeting in the Café

Summer Discipleship Class

The CE Board sponsored a Summer Discipleship class taught by Ryan Buschmeyer this past summer. The class was a 6-7 week study on the foundations of the Christian church. Topics ranged from the Apostolic Fathers of the church to the Anabaptist Reformers and included doctrinal developments of the early church. Learn more here