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Bible study on Sunday mornings at 9:00 a.m. is an important component of spiritual formation at Weatherly. We offer age appropriate classes for preschoolers, children and youth led by caring teachers. Adults may choose from a variety of classes that are often interspersed with studies of special interest. Although our adults tend to group themselves by age, all of our classes are open to all ages. Adults are encouraged to visit several classes before deciding where to join.

Locations/Teachers

Children Teachers
ED 107A Babies and Toddlers Susan Davis, Sally Hershberger and Linda Worley
ED 107B Early Childhood Susan Davis and Donna Stott
ED 107D Early Elementary Elaine Avery and Dorothea Dunham
ED 110 Upper Elementary Bonita Rodkey and Judy Swaim
Age Appropriate Classroom Special Needs Jean Arrowood and Anne Livingston

 

Youth Teachers
LH 6th/7th/8th Grades Ann Noren and Greg Olmsted
LH 9th/10th/11th/12th Grades Kelly Freeman and Linda Meigs

 

Adults Teachers
ED 206 Agape The Agape Class, led by Terri Caniglia, uses Baptists Today’s Nurturing Faith Journal, which follows the lectionary. The class is made up of men and women who enjoy lively discussions.
ED 215 Aletheia The Aletheia Class, led by Mary Jane Aycock, Skip Babcock, Murray Carroll and Eugene Worley, uses Baptists Today’s Nurturing Faith Journal literature. This is a class of men and women searching for scriptural truth.
ED 214 Bible & Breakfast The Bible & Breakfast Class, led by Gene and Pat Sapp, was established about 2003 with the initial membership emphasis on couples with young children. Class participants have evolved to include couples and singles with or without children of all ages. There is a strong emphasis on fellowship with each class session beginning with an informal time of sharing, including a light breakfast. The class then offers a well-balanced diet of faith-based study and discussion using Smyth & Helwys’ Formations Series.
ED 105 Foundations The Foundations Class, led by Charlene Pinke, is a class made up of young adult and college-age members. Various special studies are chosen throughout the year.
ED 204 Friendship The Friendship Class, led by Jeri Jackson and Laura Lemley, is defined by its name. It began with the establishment of Weatherly and continues today. The members are distinctive individuals with varied gifts that mesh every Sunday. Their study is intensified by the Smyth & Helwys’ Formations Series literature that they use. They laugh at the foibles and missteps in their lives as they keep growing spiritually. They are interesting and ageless. All are welcome.
ED 220 Hallway to Heaven The Hallway to Heaven Class, led by Linder Gilmer, offers studies in the Kerygma Series as well as other special studies during the year.
ED 202 Internationals The Internationals Class, led by Gloria Gann, offers various special studies that are geared toward our international families.
ED 221 Pathfinders The Pathfinders Class, led by Preston Augustus, Pete Garrett, Keith Noren and Ed Strange, uses Baptists Today’s Nurturing Faith Journal as the Biblical basis for animated discussions.
ED 213 Roundtable Bible Study The Roundtable Bible Study Class, led by Jim Harchanko, uses various translations of the Bible, commentaries and the internet to discuss how scripture applies to today’s culture, framed by Jesus’ example.
ED 102 Seekers The Seekers Class, led by Debra Williams, is exactly that – a group of seekers. Although they welcome all ages, they primarily are a group of senior women that seek knowledge, not just from Biblical and spiritual standpoints, but from life in general. They truly love and care for each other and value their diversity as much as their same mindedness. They are accepting of each other’s ideas and supportive of each other through prayer, phone calls, cards, visits and lots of hugs. They have a lively discussion with a lesson each week from LifeWay’s Bible Studies for Life.
ED 218 Young Adult The Young Adult Class, led by David and Karen Ivey and Pat and Melissa Lewallen, is our newest class for young married couples and singles. Class participants choose from a variety of study options designed to encourage and support them in their everyday lives.