Adult Sunday School

The Adult Sunday School Classes at Rawls Baptist Church seek to create opportunities for deep connection and authentic relationships with others because of our belief is that building genuine, Christ-centered community is one of the key factors in the sanctification of all believers. We encourage all who attend Rawls Baptist Church to get connected in one of our Adult Sunday School Classes.

Adult Sunday School Classes at Rawls Baptist Church are designed to achieve four main objectives:

  • Connection with One Another
  • Care, Encouragement, Prayer
  • Outreach/Mission
  • Biblical teaching

When attending an Adult Sunday School Class you can expect to hear biblical teaching, see Christ-centered community, and experience class members caring for one another. You will be able to meet and get to know a wide variety of people in an encouraging environment. Adult Sunday School Classes are also encouraged to spend time together outside of the church’s classroom. Many classes share meals together on a regular basis, serve the church and the community together, and focus on pursuing Christ with each other both within the church and in their homes.

Meeting Times:

Adult Sunday School Classes – Sunday at 9:45 AM

Men’s Class – Room 101 – Teachers: Bob Hardie, Jimmy Dean

Ladies’ Class – Room 102 – Teachers: Mike Donohue, Jenny Currin

BASIC Class – Room 201 – Teachers: Jim Boyd, Stan Biconish

BLAST Class – Room 202 – Teachers: David Wuester, Art Sanders

Young Adult Class – Room 205 – Teachers: Sue & Larry Schmidt

To get involved in an Adult Sunday School Classes, we invite you to visit any of the classes listed below or contact Brenda Lett, Sunday School Director, at brenda.lett@rawlsbc.org.

Get In Touch

(919) 552-6905

Location

10665 U.S. 401 North
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526

Service Times

Sunday School: 9:45 am
Worship Service: 10:45 am
Wednesday Night: 7 pm

Office Hours

By Appointment

Clarence Hardison, Jr. - December 15, 2019

The Enemy of Faith - Matthew 6:25-34

From Series: "Sermon on the Mount"

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