Sunday School classes also offer opportunities to be part of a community of faith. Check out our list of classes, and stop by one (or a few) to find the one that’s right for you. All classes are delighted to have new members or guests. And sometimes there’s food!

Class times and dates are posted in the registration links below each class description. Nursery is available for most Bible studies for children up to age ten. Please indicate your childcare needs when registering.

East Cobb Campus Fall Studies 2019

Younique Primer - 6-Week Gospel-Centered Life Design Class

Did you know that, before you were ever born, God dreamed dreams over your life? He designed each of us on purpose with purpose, and discovering that purpose charges our lives with meaning and joy in a powerful way. Mt. Bethel believes that this process – discovering God’s dreams for our lives and learning to live them out – is integral to the process of following God.

This fall, Mt. Bethel will have an opportunity to get a taste of what it feels like to live a life inspired by a sense of your God-given purpose by participating in the Younique Primer. The 6-week Primer uses 1 Samuel 17 and 18 to let you experience a powerful taste of what it feels like to live a life inspired by a sense of your God-given purpose. Watch some of our testimonials.

Younique Primer guides are available in the Mt. Bethel bookstore. Each person going through the 6-week primer will need their own guide.

Although some of the classes have reached capacity, there are still several opportunities to participate in a Younique Primer class. Additional classes will be available in January.

Revelation

Written during the last half of the first century to Christians in Asia, the book of Revelation gives us a glimpse of the Roman-Hellenistic world after the death and resurrection of Christ. As we study this book of the Bible, we will dive into the culture, politics, sociology, and spiritual climate of the early followers of Jesus.

This 12-week study of Revelation will help participants gain an understanding of the worldview for these early believers as well as better grasp John’s vision. As Wesleyans, we learn this apocalyptic book of the Bible is not a masterplan of what will happen at the end of time. Instead, we will gain insight that this vision is about what God has done and will continue to do throughout time and eternity.

This class is offered at two different times: Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings.

Wednesdays | 6:30-8:00pm | August 14-November 6 | B118 | Teaching by Jonathan Lawson

Thursdays | 10-11:30am | August 15-November 7 | Upper Room | Teaching by Jonathan Lawson

Romans: Justification through Faith in Jesus

Some have said that Romans was Paul’s greatest contributions to the church. It’s timeless message has incredible implications for us. Paul lays out a theological foundation of critical doctrines relevant for the early church as well as for us today.

Paul explains the importance of original sin, the sacrificial system, and justification by faith alone. Ultimately, he shows Christ-followers the hope of glory because of the resurrection of Christ.

Tuesdays | 10-11:30am | August 13-November 5 | A 18 | Teaching by Randy Mickler