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 Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians. 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.

Another class meets in the chapel at 7:15. The current topic is Pictures of the Church.