COMMITTED TO YOUR SPIRITUAL GROWTH IN CHRIST
Relevant Sunday Morning Bible Study is a goal of Mountain Brook Baptist Church. When we come together as a group on Sunday mornings, we learn that we are not alone in our questions. Sunday Morning Bible Study is not supposed to be a lecture, a seminar or a contest to see who knows Scripture the best. Instead, this time is devoted to helping you grow as a believer. We all come from different backgrounds and experiences, and we each have contributions to make to the study.
There are numerous classes available on a variety of topics from apologetics to raising a family, to devotions or a book study. Conscious attention to our own spiritual growth is crucial to the Christian walk, and we make it a point to demonstrate to our guests and members that Sunday Morning Bible Study is worth attending. Regardless of where you are in life, we have a place for you!
Be a part of the body of Christ by connecting with one of these Sunday Morning Bible Studies!
Join us in room 404 at 10am as we study the book of Matthew!
Cornerstone - Room 402
A mostly couples' class studying the Bible together with the goal of knowing God better and developing deeper personal relationships with Him and each other
Young Professionals - Room 409
A class for young adults becoming established in their careers that focuses on developing relationships/ networking with other young adults and growing through fellowship and study of the Scriptures
Foundations - Room 401
This class is designed for young married couples who do not yet have children and couples with preschool age children
Fellowship - Room 244
The Fellowship Class focuses on encouraging and challenging one another to grow in Christ and cultivating meaningful relationships through fellowship and service in a welcoming and open environment.
Faith - Room 242
Open Door (Couples) - Room 405
Activities oriented to families with children (range in ages preschool to Junior High); people/relationship oriented; offering a variety of Bible studies
Love (Ladies) - Room 201
A ladies' class consisting of loving, caring women who are eager to help those in need. They possess a deep desire to know the scriptures, are warm and friendly to all who attend, and are very mission minded..
Mizpah (Couples) - Room 247
Activities and studies oriented to families from diverse backgrounds, with preteen and teenage children and who enjoy ministry/project involvement.
New Upper Room (Couples) - Room 268
Young couples in beginning career positions who enjoy ministry involvement and life application Bible study; parents of preschool/young children
John Wiley Christian Forum (Men) - Room 319
Discussion welcomed in Bible study approach; some members retired; emphasis on addressing people’s needs
Hope (Ladies) - Rooms 209/211
Here is what some members have to say: “We are caring about each other, our church and our community.”; “We’re open to the leadership of the Lord’s Spirit through Bible study.”; “I’m always greeted with a smile!”; “Our team-teachers encourage discussion and practical application of the Scriptures.”
Rehoboth (Couples) - Room 323
Couples with adult children in college/beginning careers; good mix of small group social events; supportive of each other; enjoy diversity in class discussion.
Seekers (Couples) - Cassese Conference Room (located on the 3rd floor outside Hudson Hall)
Theologically open-minded; open discussion in class, different opinions encouraged; loyal and devoted group.
Seminar (Men) - Room 208
Indepth study of the Bible, class has good knowledge of the Bible and a major interest in how the Bible applies personally; discussion is important, not strictly lecture style; regard and compassion for class members, especially those with health problems.
Torchbearers (Ladies) - Room 215
Active; prayerful; giving (talents, time, money, but most of all love); each blessed by belonging—inclusive of everyone; variety of teachers.
Dr. Dotson M. Nelson, Jr. Bible (Men) - Room 259
Class is mostly retired businessmen; two teachers with different approaches; encourages participation and discussion.
Friendship (Couples) - Room 320
Open discussion/Bible study; caring/ministering to others.
Grace Nelson Agape (Ladies) - Room 318
Serious Bible study, open to learning new truths; caring, compassionate, sharing, volunteering; acceptance of each other.
Bed Babies - Room 223
Creepers - Room 227
Toddlers - Room 227
Preschool 1 - Room 229
2 Year Olds - Room 220 (2 by 9/01/16)
3 Year Olds - Room 224 (3 by 9/01/16)
4 Year Olds - Room 224 (4 by 9/01/16)
5 Year Olds - Room 226 (5 by 9/01/16)
Grade 1 - Room 240
Grade 2 - Room 234
Grade 3 - Room 232
Grade 4 - Room 206
Grades 5 & 6 Room - 411
Junior / Senior High Division
Jr. and Sr. High students meet together in youth area at 10am and then split up into small groups for teaching time and discussion:
Grades 7-9 (girls) Room C203
Grades 7-9 (boys) Room C201
Grades 10-12 (coed) Room C207
(C = Christian Life Center)
- Call the Church Office at 871.0331
- Sunday School Director, Joyce Johnson