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Sunday School at Lincoln Park

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Adult Sunday School Class 2022


Sunday School for All Ages


9 AM – 12 PM Professionally Staffed Nursery Care (infants and up) Nursery (downstairs)
10:10 – 10:50 AM Children’s Sunday School (Ages Pre-school – 5th Grade) Room 101, Perkins Education Building
10:10 – 10:50 AM Adult Christian Ed Library (Room 102); and Memorial Hall (downstairs)
10:10 – 10:50 AM Youth Group Youth Room, Perkins Education Building


Adult Sunday School

During the year, we offer two adult classes: our adult Sunday School class that meets in the Janet Ferree Library (Perkins Education Building, Room 102) during the 10 o’clock hour, led by Barbara Olaewe, and an Bible study class that meets seasonally throughout the year on weekdays, led by Pastor Quentin.  We also have a seasonal Adult Sunday School class that meets to view and discuss various video series on many important issues in today’s church. This group meets downstairs in Memorial Hall from 10:10–10:50 AM when in session. Jesus said “Come and follow me and I will make you fishers of men.” Discipleship is a life-long commitment and journey. I pray that you will avail yourselves to opportunities to strengthen your faith.


Barbara Olaewe leads an adult Sunday School program between the services at 10:10 AM in the Library/Room 102 in the Perkins Education Building. Please bring your favorite version of the Bible, ebooks welcome, or use one off the library shelves for Barbara’s class.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS in Memorial Hall (downstairs)

Seasonally, a second Adult Sunday School Class will view and discuss various video series on many important issues in today’s church. We meet downstairs in Memorial Hall from 10:10–10:50 AM.


Throughout the year, Pastor Quentin will lead a multi-week Bible study class on weekday afternoons/evenings.  The duration of each class ranges from six to eight weeks.


The mission of Christian Education at Lincoln Park Church is to:

  • Change lives by inviting and encouraging all ages of LP members to participate in a life-long journey of learning the essentials of the Scriptures and the Christian faith.
  • Challenge members to connect their faith to their daily lives.
    Involve members in sharing God’s love by serving Him through outreach and mission ministries in the larger church and world communities.
  • Provide safe, quality, Christian relationships and environments for all the church’s teaching/educational ministries.
  • Initiate and present fellowship and learning events that support the church’s mission of seeking and sharing Christ.
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