Steele Creek Presbyterian Church offers Sunday School classes year round for adults and children from 9:30 to 10:15AM. Come meet new friends and join in thoughtful discussions as you learn more about the Bible and your own faith. Find one that suits your style!


We can get anything we want, from anywhere in the world, whenever we want it. That’s how it is and that’s how we want it to be. Still, our lives aren’t any different than other generations before us. Our time is. We want spiritual direction, but it has to be real for us and available when we need it. We want a new format for getting Christian perspectives.

NOOMA is the new format.

It is short films with communicators that really speak to us. Compact, portable, and concise. Each NOOMA touches on issues that we care about, that we want to talk about, and it comes in a way that fits our world. It’s a format that’s there for us when we need it, as we need it, how we need it.

This discussion group springboards off of the lessons taught using this format during Vacation Bible School. Sessions will be led by Valerie Phillips and will meet in Room 223.

Billie Watt Class

Billie Watt began this class for returning veterans of World War II in the late 1940′s and it has been going strong ever since. The Present Word curriculum used in this class emphasizes the Bible as God’s revelation and the major source of understanding the Christian faith. It underscores the Biblical witness as the most effective means of teaching the gospel.

The Present Word lessons give attention to issues such as personal faith, ethics, human relationships, community responsibility, resurrection hope and the implications of Christian discipleship under the Lordship of Christ and in the fellowship of his Spirit. Teachers vary monthly and the class is held in Room 118, the Billie Watt Room.

Heritage Class

This diverse group enjoys discussing all aspects of the Bible. Discussion and activities from The Present Word encourage participants to live out their faith in their individual and congregational activities. Teachers change monthly and may use The Present Word for inspiration, or they may choose their own topic! This group meets in Room 117.

Christine Davenport Class

This group takes on a discussion of current events in relationship to Biblical truths using The Wired Word. This curriculum delivers a ready-to-use, weekly lesson right to your e-mail inbox every Thursday. Each weekly installment includes biblical commentary and discussion questions related to a topic in the news that week — sometimes even the same day! Discussions take place in Room 207.

New Fellowship Class

This group selects a contemporary curriculum of interest to everyone. Class will begin this fall with a video series on prayer called The Prayers of Jesus. Prayer was the backbone of Jesus’ life and ministry. From his baptism to crucifixion, the Gospels portray Jesus as a man of prayer who knew and deeply valued intimate communion with his heavenly Father. What can we learn from the prayers he prayed? This unique, in-depth look at the prayers of Jesus will give you new insights into prayer, the character of God, and how to deepen your relationship with him. This class meets in the Multipurpose Room.