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Sunday School

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. Sunday School takes place from 9:45-10:30am.

  • 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.
    Adult classes meet on the first floor of the education buil


Current Sunday School Topics are Below:

  • 2 & 3 Year-Olds - A Sure Foundation: His Praiseworthy Deeds

  • PK/K: 4, 5, 6 Year Olds - God Created All Things

  • 1st & 2nd Grade - Pleasing God

  • 3rd– 5th Grade - God’s Servants 

  • Middle & High School Psalms

  • Adult Classes

    • "Sing a New Song: We will be studying a book called, Sing a New Song, a collection of essays edited by Joel Beeke and including many other well known pastors and theologians to learn about the history of Psalm singing in the church, what we learn about the practice in the Bible, and how it is beneficial to us today. Come learn more about why we sing the Psalms at worship in White Oak so that we can sing God's Word with understanding and joyfulness!  - Room 107

    • Genealogy of Jesus: Join us as we take a Biblical survey exploring the genealogy of Jesus and the individuals mentioned within it. We will explore a variety of texts through Scripture and see how God weaves his plan of redemption through the lives of Jesus' earthly family. - Room 111

    • The Gospel-centered Community: Building biblical community in the church & among those with whom we associate is our goal. We will be using The Gospel-centered Community by Robert Thune & Will Walker as our guide to focus our Bible study. This class is for all adult ages to help us, as believers, get past the current prevailing evangelical notion of church as a building and programs & help us get to a gospel-centered life here at White Oak and in our broader community. An effective, gospel-centered community will lead to growing discipleship, rich fellowship and Spirit-empowered mission. - Room 206

    • Parenting & Grandparenting: Based on Paul Tripp’s book "Parenting," this class offers parents much more than a “to-do” list. Instead, it presents us with a big-picture view of God’s plan for us as parents. Outlining fourteen foundational principles centered on the Gospel, we see how God’s grace has the power to shape how we view everything we do as parents (or grandparents). - Room 207

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