Join us for our Rivermont Neighborhood Christmas Tree Lighting on December 2nd from 6:30 to 8:00pm

Our Sunday School communities are learning hubs where the truth of God's Word is taught and applied together. Each semester, we offer a wide selection of C.O.R.E. classes for our Sunday School communities.  We offer C.O.R.E. classes in the areas of Christian living, Orthodoxy, Reach (Mission), and Exposition. 

In person options/locations

     •Infant (Lower Level Room #101) 
     • 1-year-olds who are walking (Lower Level room 102)
     • 2-year-olds (Lower Level Room #109) 
     • 3-year-olds (Lower Level Room #105) 
     • Pre-K-Kindergarten (Third Floor Room #301)

     • 1st - 2nd Grade (Third Floor Room #302)
     • 3rd -  4th Grade (Third Floor Room #308)


  • CLUB 56:
    Topic: How Majestic Is Your Name
    Leaders: Brian Nash and Treasa Plude
    Room: 207
    Description: The names of God in the Bible are a reflection of His character, which is so glorious that He cannot be described by a single name. His character is communicated in hundreds of names progressively revealed in the Bible. But the focus of How Majestic Is Your Name is not the many names, titles and references to God. These are merely the structure to show the greatness of our God. Each lesson will present glorious truths about God and encourages students to see and rejoice in His goodness and greatness.

    7th - 8th Grade: Gospel Foundations 

    Led by Lissa Hull and April Weber

    (Youth House Room #322) 

    The gospel is the central message of the Bible and the primary word of Christianity. From Genesis to Revelation, we see a narrative of human sin and failure, alongside divine mercy and redemption. The gospel in ways is very simple. In very basic terms, it involves human sin, divine grace, and the work of Jesus. This study will help students to articulate the gospel accurately in terms of grace, and to share the good news of Christ with the world.

    9th - 10th Grade: 1 Peter

    Led by Moose and Carrie Pierce and Brad Weaver

    (Youth House Room #324) 

    Peter’s audience was waiting for the return of Jesus. Perhaps they were beginning to wonder if He would even come back at all. As persecution ramped up, they likely were thinking, “Did we get this wrong? Is this all worth it?” How were they supposed to live as the church of Christ in a time such as that? Peter writes to these Christians to give them grounding, hope, and direction in the midst of hard and uncertain times. Much of 1 Peter is guidance about how to live in such a hostile environment. 

    11th - 12th Grade: Gospel-Centered Life

    Led by Shane and Laura Whelan

    (Youth House Room #320) 

    How can ordinary Christians live the truly extraordinary life that God calls us to? By focusing our attention on the grace of God shown to us in the gospel, everyday problems and experiences like these, familiar to Christians everywhere, can be transformed as the cross of Christ becomes the motive and measure of everything we do.

    20 Somethings+ will meet in the Fellowship Hall room A.

    The 20 Somethings+ ministry meets weekly for teaching, the second Sunday for lunch and Fourth Friday for an event. Come join us as we grow in love together!

    Leaders: Ryan Pickard, Grant Barkley, & Caleb Wade


    Adult Home Builders Class: 
    Location: Fellowship Hall Main Room

    We will discuss how we can point our children and teenagers to Jesus. The class will be using the books Family Discipleship by Chandler & Griffin, Give Them Grace by Fitzpatrick, and Parenting in the Pew by Castleman. We will cover practical ways to share the gospel with our little ones to challenging conversations about gender identity, love, and finances. Due to the sensitive nature of these onversations, this class will not be streamed or recorded.

    Teachers: Bert & Christy Murphy, Michael & Heather Hall and Evan Harris  

    Adult Class: Westminster Confession

    Location: Chapel

    Description: Continuing our study of historic creeds and councils, we now delve deeper into the Westminster Assembly (1646) and the Confession of Faith.  These serve as the standard for doctrinal orthodoxy at Rivermonth EPC.  Our focus includes the doctrines but we emphasize the historic context, long-term struggles for doctrinal clarity, and modern-day applications for Reformed denominations.  

    Teachers: Carey Roberts, Ken Bradford, Scott Amos, Bruce Bell 

    Adult Class: Love Walked Among Us

    Location: Discipleship Wing #206/Zoom

    Description:Who Is Jesus? His name is recognized the world over. But how many of us fully understand what He was like as a person? Honest, powerful, humble, full of mercy and light―Jesus was love personified, the full potential of what we were intended to be. Get to know Jesus and witness His love unfold in the Gospels in a new and insightful way.  We look forward to learning together how to embody this love on mission!

    Teachers: Eric Vess, Lori Flowers, Shawn Morrison, and Elke Cox

    Adult Class: Genesis
    Room Discipleship Wing #201 

    "In the beginning ..."  Those words evoke numerous questions for all of us searching for the origins of God's creation and man's early walk with the Lord.  This discussion class will march through the entire book of Genesis in multiple quarters.  We will struggle with those topics ranging from original sin to family relationships that permeate Genesis. Class discussion is highly encouraged. Join us as we study the beginning of man and woman's long walk with God.  

    Leaders: Randy Davy, Doug Lane, Beth Doan, Tom Thomas    

    Adult Class: I & II Peter
    Room: John Knox Room

    “Be all the more diligent to make your calling and election sure" (II Peter 1:10) Join the John Knox class for an in-depth study of I & II Peter. The themes of these epistles - perseverance in the face of harassment, slander, ostracism, and persecution for the cause of Christ - are as relevant today as they were in the First Century AD. Join us as we study God's Word so that we can find the strength to stand firm, endure trials, and rejoice in Him!

    Leaders: Chris Smith, Bruce Bell, Phyllis Workman, Scott Hall, & Sherry Day

    Adult Class: Jeremiah

    Room: #203-204/Zoom

    What should our perspective be as individuals, as institutions, as orthodox Christians, as those who would claim to be Bible-believing living in a post-Christian world? How should we function?  The prophet Jeremiah lived at the end of a dark period. He was called by God to be an outspoken prophet. God put His words in Jeremiah’s mouth to “pluck up and to break down, to destroy and to overthrow…to build and to plant.” His redemptive, reconstructive work provides a portrait of the future – that we see fulfilled in the life, death and resurrection of Christ. Jeremiah continues to speak to us in the 21st century. Like Jeremiah, may we be bold before people and broken before God!

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    Leaders: Janice & Rodney Suddith, Vance Pickard 

    Adult Class: Foundation Sunday School

    Room: #205

    6Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving,” (Colossians 2:6–7).  Paul says that those who receive Christ Jesus as lord are rooted and grounded in a relationship with Christ. How does a disciple walk this new life on this new foundation? This Sunday School seeks to establish new and growing Christians in the Gospel so that they will know, love, and serve the Lord in all of life.

    Leaders: Mike Palombo and Team