Sundays

If you do not feel comfortable coming to an adult class at this time, a class lesson will be pre-recorded and available on Facebook and Waterview’s YouTube channel at 9 am on Sundays.

Due to sanitary needs, we will not have coffee or donuts available in the foreseeable future.

9AM
Children

Preschool (Ages 2-5 & Kindergarten) – North End, Preschool Hallway

Elementary (Grades 1-5) – Journey Land program – North End, Upstairs

*Please fill out this form prior to attending children classes. More information on procedures can be found here.

Youth

Junior High (Grades 6-8) – North End

High School (Grades 9-12) – North End

Adults

College – South End, Upstairs – Aimed for post-high school students attending college, trade school, or already in the workforce.

Young Professionals (20’s-30’s) – South End, Upstairs – Predominately post-college young professionals in their 20’s. Most are single, but some are newly married.

Young Adults (Late 20’s – 40’s) – South End, Downstairs – Made up of mostly married couples in their late 20’s, 30’s, and early 40’s. Many have small preschool or elementary age children.

General Adults (Mixed) – Chapel and North End, Downstairs – A general lecture class with a mix of adults of all ages taught by Robert Taylor.

Adult Discussion Tables (Mixed) – South End, Downstairs – A general lecture class with a mix of adults of all ages taught by a rotation of teachers.

The current Sunday morning study is a series on The 1 John.  Here is a study schedule.

Wednesdays

7PM
Children

Preschool (7:20PM, after devotional in the auditorium) (Ages 2-5 & Kindergarten) – North End, Preschool Hallway

Elementary (7PM in classroom) (Grades 1-5) – Journey Land program – North End, Upstairs

Youth & Adults

Teen classes are held downstairs in the north end of the building.

A class for young adults meets upstairs in the south wing at 7:15 p.m. That study is Cultural Intelligence:  Engaging Others in a Pluralistic World.

Robert Taylor is teaching a class called Roots: Why We Are What We Are. The class explores why we seem so different from other religious groups and what led to the things we take for granted today. The class begins in the chapel at 7:20.

A special class for ladies is held in the spring. This year’s topic is Intentionally Celebrate the Fruit of the Spirit with various women speaking. The class begins at 7:20 in rooms S101-103.