Adult Small Group Teachers or Leaders
Sunday School Teachers provide opportunities for growing in our faith. Volunteers are always needed. You might feel called to teach adult classes or small groups. Small group leaders guide bible studies, book studies, and special projects. If you have a special interest, you can be sure that others in the church share that interest. Volunteer to start a new small group or Sunday School class. The value of small group learning is seen in the growth of faith and discipleship as it extends from the weekly Church worship times to daily life.
Volunteer to Teach an Adult Sunday School Class
Job Description: Serve as leader of an adult Sunday School class. Develop lesson plans to guide adults in knowing the Bible more fully and lead discussions that deepen our faith and understanding of how it applies to us today.
Time Commitment: Sundays, 9:55-11:00 a.m. Preparation for lessons. Appropriate training held at church during the year.
Contact: Alan McInturff, Sunday School Superintendent, firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer to Lead an Adult Small Group
Job Description: Serve as leader of an adult small group. Select a topic/book to read and study with other adults. Plan schedule, discussions, and/or activities that enhance our lives as disciples of Christ. Communicate scheduling and topic changes with the pastor, administrative assistant, and your group members.
Time Commitment: To be decided by the leader. Preparation for meetings. Appropriate training held at church during the year.
Contact: Pastor Brandon Harris email@example.com