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 120.
The New Testament You Never Knew
Do you know the real story behind the New Testament? We all share a fascination for discovering “the rest of the story.” We enjoy learning the behind-the-scenes facts about seemingly familiar events. This class will take you on a tour of the story behind the explosive story of the New Testament. You will discover things you never knew about Jesus’ baptism and journey into the wilderness, the meaning behind his parables and miracles, the significance of his death and resurrection, the incredible expansion of the early church into the Greco-Roman world, and how the transforming mission of Jesus can still turn the world upside down today.
Meets in Room 127.

10:30-11:30 AM 

Suffering and the Sovereignty of God
Everyone experience suffering and sorrow, yet our responses to suffering often vary widely. As we grapple with the hardships and sorrows that accompany life in this fallen world, it is crucial that we build our understanding of human suffering and divine sovereignty on the firm foundation of Scripture. This class will explore what the Scriptures say about God’s role in human suffering, and how we are to respond in times of crisis.
Meets in Room 120.
The Weight of Glory
Soli Deo Gloria is one of the rallying cries of the Reformation. It simply means “To the Glory of God Alone.” But we must ask how do we glorify God? What does the Bible mean by glory? Using CS Lewis’ classic The Weight of Glory, this class will look at what the Bible says about God’s glory, what our participation in it looks like, and how glory is central to all we do in the Christian life.
Meets in Room 127.