Connection Classes


Connection Classes meet on Sunday mornings during the services. These classes are taught by Kirkmont members and vary each semester. Because there are classes during both service times, you can choose to go to Connection Class and then the service, or service and then a Connection Class.
9:00-10:00 AM
The Gospel Project
One of our core convictions here at Kirkmont is that the family is the God-ordained place where the faith of the parents is passed on to the children. The Gospel Project is our Sunday School Class designed to do just that. Families of all types can work through the entire Bible together and grow closer to one another as they grow closer to Christ. Working in conjunction with the Kids’ Sunday School classes, the goal of this class is to give parents and families a coordinated look at the truths of Scripture that they can take home and grow in together.
Meets in Room 127.
Imitators of God
The Letter to the Ephesians is one of the most powerful letters of the New Testament. In it, Saint Paul tells the Christians of the church in the city of Ephesus to be “imitators of God,” because “Christ loved us and gave himself up for us.” Paul was writing this letter from a Roman prison, where he was imprisoned for doing just that, being an imitator of God. Filled with deep theology, practical wisdom for life, and everything in between, this letter is Paul’s attempt to encourage the believers to remain united as they seek to imitate God in a hostile environment.
Meets in Room 120.

10:30-11:30 AM 

Book of Beginnings
The Book of Genesis is filled with many familiar stories: Adam and Eve, Noah and the flood, the Tower of Babel, Abraham and Sarah, the list is long. But, far too many Christians see these accounts as epic legends or a string of disconnected, random tales from which we draw life lessons. We certainly do learn life lessons, but this book is not a collection of morality tales. Genesis is a well-crafted, deliberately framed narrative designed to unfold the Covenant between God and Man. From the creation of our first parents to the promise made to Abraham all the way down to the death of the patriarch Jacob, this book is designed to reveal God’s relationship to the world and His people.
Meets in Room 120.