Sunday School Classes start at 9:30 am. 

Winter Season January 8 - April 2nd.

Adult Classes

Omniallinfinitude: Journey One - Highest Honors

Location: Activity Center Classroom - A2
Led by Peg & Greg Hellend

Why Omniallinfinitude? Because it matters what you think about God. Omni is a unique, engaging, and interactive discipleship series focusing on the attributes of God and the spiritual practices necessary to really know Him and not just know about Him. Please visit: for more information and to download free class materials.

The Book of Philippians

Location: Activity Center Classroom - Fireside Room
Led by Fred Jantz

JOY. Have you noticed that we do not see if often today? We are bombarded with bad news and sad news. Where can we turn for a different response to life? The apostle Paul writes about outrages JOY and encouragement. Come an have a fresh smile on your face a a new JOY through life's storms.

Reading the Bible with Rabbi Jesus

Location: Choir Room
Led by Patrice Verhines

The Bible is an Eastern book. We see it through the colored glasses of Western culture. Much is lost. We miss the subtleties of humor and many of the underlying assumptions. What lies between the lines, what is felt and not spoken, is of deepest significance.

Curriculum for Christlikeness: A Practice of Christian Spiritual Formation

Location: Activity Center Classroom - A4
Led by Dave Blicharz and Justin Linscheid

Using The Good and Beautiful series, we will put our ideas about God to the test to see if they match up with what Jesus Himself reveals about God. Once you've discovered the truth in Scripture, we’ll enter a process of spiritual formation that includes specific activities aimed at making these true narratives real in your life. Learn who God is, what it means to be a Christian, how to live in community, and how to address toxic self-narratives that hinder spiritual growth.

The Truth Project: An in-depth Christian Worldview Experience

Location: Agape Hall
Led by Cameron Pannabecker

The Truth Project is a groundbreaking small group curriculum on the Biblical worldview. This video-based study will help you see life from a Biblical perspective. This class will show you the relevance and importance of living the biblical worldview in your daily life, featuring insights from biblical experts like R.C. Sproul, Os Guinness, and Gordon Pennington.

RightNow Media Group

Location: Activity Center Classroom - A3
Led by Lise Karnes

RightNow Media offers a vast variety of biblically based videos taught by some of the best Bible teachers in the world. This group will engage with a variety of these studies to help equip and disciple you. In this group we will encourage and pray for one another as we apply God’s truth to our lives.

Contact Justin Linscheid for more information

Youth Class

For all students 6th-12th grade

AMPLIFY: Growing a Faith That Lasts

Amplify: Growing a Faith That Lasts examines 17 foundational elements of faith:

The Holy Spirit, Worship, God’s Word, Obedience, God’s Mercy, Evangelism, God’s Sovereignty, Suffering, God’s Righteousness, Holiness, Spiritual Gifts, Service, Humility, Knowing God (Knowability), Prayer, Stewardship, The Unchanging God (Immutability)

Your students have heard these faith-based words in church before. Do they know what these words mean—and, more importantly—what these elements mean for their daily lives? In a world increasingly opposed to the things of God, where can students go to find the necessary truths to cultivate a vibrant faith? To grow a dynamic faith, teenagers must know God and His ways. They must understand what God expects of His people. And they must be able to see the world through the lens of God and His character. Amplify will help your students lay the foundation of a lasting relationship with God through a study of the core concepts of their faith throughout the Scriptures.

Location: Youth Room
Led by Harry Ulep

Contact Harry Ulep for more information

Children Classes

All kids should be checked in prior to class. Check in locations: Kid Zone room or Check-In Room. If you are new to LPC, we encourage your to Pre-Register your Children.


Location: Nursery
Children ages 0-3 can be check in and taken to the Nursery. Kids will have a team of two volunteers that will have snacks, and a Bible Lesson for the kids.


Location: PreK Room
Led by Christina Johnson

Kids in Preschool, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten will have a wonderful time learning the scriptures in a hands-on approach. Everyone in this class should be fully potty-trained. These kids will have a great time journeying through the Generations of Grace Curriculum, in an age-appropriate way. Kids staying for the second service, can stay in the room for the second service class.

Elementary Grades

Location: KidZone Room
Led by Bev Hathorn

Kids in elementary school will have a great time journeying through the Generations of Grace Curriculum, in an age appropriate way. After class, kids will need to be picked up prior to the second service.

Generations of Grace Curriculum

In the Generations of Grace Sunday school curriculum, children are lead through the narrative of Scripture, from Genesis through Revelation, outlining God’s redemptive plan. Each year the curriculum covers a different part of Scripture. Over the nine-year period a child spends, Generations of Grace will lead that child through God’s redemptive plan three times, each at a deeper level.

Generations of Grace curriculum is set up as a “unified curriculum” for this very reason. Every week, children in each age range learn from the same passage of Scripture in a way that is appropriate for their respective age levels. A unified curriculum enables families to discuss one passage together each week, reinforcing the lesson children have learned in Sunday School.