White Oak ARP offers a variety of opportunities for people of all ages to grow in the faith. Sunday School is a specific time set aside for topics of Christian education. These sessions are more interactive and study-like than a formal service. Classes begin at at 9:45 am on Sundays and are approximately one hour long. Note: Children are released from classes at 10:30 am to allow parents to prepare their families for the 11:00 am worship service.
College & Career to Adults: Classes range in topic and style, from more inductive studies through particular books of the Bible to broader explorations of specific theological or doctrinal topics; some classes are more lecture-based, and others are discussion-based.
Children Ages 2-10 years (Pre-K through 5th Grade): Great Commissions Publications is often used for children's classes. A time is allotted at the beginning of the children's Sunday School hour to learn Scripture truths through Songs for Saplings.
(Nursery is provided for children ages 0-2 years during Sunday School.)
Middle & High School: Students are brought deeper into their understanding of the Scriptures and the Christian faith. Students participate in discussion with peers and teachers centered around the Word, practice memorization of Scripture and catechisms, and pray with one another.