Adult classes meet for one hour Sunday mornings, September through June. Many of our classes hold out-of-class functions during the year as well. All of our classes meet downstairs in the Fellowship Hall or in the rooms surrounding the Fellowship Hall.  You can join a class at any time, no need to wait for a new topic to start. We hope you will join us!

Why check out an Adult Class? In our classes, you will experience a creative, spiritually vital environment that offers instruction, welcomes questions, encourages application, and provides the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships. Feel free to attend a class based on a subject of interest to you. Our classes are designed to assist you in both your personal and spiritual development. Please call (302) 478-4255 if you have any questions or if we can assist you.

Spring 2019 Sunday Morning Teaching Ministry

Description: The Faith Class focuses on inductive Bible study in a teacher-led discussion format and includes sharing and group prayer.  Out-of-class functions consist of a quarterly women’s prayer breakfast, a bi-monthly potluck dinner and an evening of fellowship in a home. The class is open to all.

Topic: Proverbs
The Faith class is exploring and discussing the wisdom of Proverbs on the topics of Money (June 16); Marriage Relationships (June 23); and Folly (June 30). Faith Class encourages the sharing of individual experiences of how our Lord is working in our lives. We welcome difficult questions. Proverbs 1:5 says, “let the wise listen and add to their learning, and let the discerning get guidance.”

Time: 9:00 a.m.  Leaders: Steve Taylor  Location: 33 C/G

Description:  Homebuilders is a ministry for families and all people who are interested in learning how to apply God’s Word to everyday living and how to grow in love for one another. All ages and stages of faith in Jesus are welcome.

Topic: 1 Corinthians & 2 Corinthians
1 Corinthians highlights how the gospel of Jesus Christ replaces pride with love and unites Christians to God and to each other. 2 Corinthians contains Paul’s defense of his ministry and teaching, helping his readers see that the gospel is full of seemingly paradoxical truths – strength from weakness, life through death, and comfort in affliction.

Time: 9:00 a.m.  Leaders: Teaching Team  Location: Fellowship Hall

Description:  The Women’s Class is an interactive Bible study that also has prayer time. Women of all ages are invited to attend. Social events also take place outside of regular class time.

Topic: Crazy Love
Crazy Love, by Francis Chan, will help you embrace God’s intense, relentless love and watch that love transform every aspect of your being.

Time: 9:00 a.m.  Leaders: Teaching Team  Location: 33 L

Description: The Quest class is designed for people trying to make sense of life. Questions are encouraged. We want to show that the Bible is relevant today. Non-believers and mature believers of all ages are welcome.

Topic: Key Words in the Bible
The Bible, while being the “living” Word of God, is made up of written words in literary form (Hebrews 4:12). By studying key words and their usages in the Bible this class seeks to enhance understanding of God’s Word.

Time: 10:30 a.m.  Teacher: Don Kugelberg  Location: Fellowship Hall

Description: The Fellowship class offers in-depth study of Bible topics, doctrine and theology.

This class is on summer break until September 8.

Description:  A Christ-centered, life application Bible study. We go deeper into the Word of God, reach higher in the Spirit, and grow stronger in our faith and relationship with God.

This class is on summer break until September 8.

Faith and Science – 2019 Summer Series

Join us from July 7 to September 2 for our Adult Summer Series entitled Faith and Science. Throughout the summer we will be tackling a variety of topics about how faith and science work together.

This is an opportunity to be informed about different science perspectives and how Christians view these topics. The goal is to understand different perspectives and not to debate the topics discussed.

The Christian church does not have a strong history of talking about faith and science as compatible topics. A large percentage of students who leave the church after high school graduation cite “faith and science” as a reason why they left. When these students attend higher education institutions they are introduced to new concepts and ideas about science and faith. Students are often challenged to pick between faith OR science; not “faith AND science.”

We hope this series will help us navigate these topics in a way that does NOT drive people away from God. We can disagree and yet, still worship together while giving God the glory for His creation that science is revealing.

Join us on Sundays at 9 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall from July 7 through September 2, 2019 for “Faith and Science.” Presenters include professors from local universities along with people from BVBC.



The 2018 Summer Series, Apologetics: Knowing & Defending the Faith, has concluded. You can still access the weekly audio of the class via podcast. You can access the podcasts via iTunes or Podbean. The speakers’ notes are also be available in MyBrandywine.