The Sunday morning Bible study—Sunday School— ministry of Concord Baptist Church exists to bring people together in community centered on Jesus Christ, where members realize their identity in Him by teaching, reaching, serving, and multiplying pursuant to the Great Commission. We are proud to use the word “Sunday School” because, while being a term employed for over 200 years, it is still as accurate as ever in depicting its core mission of educating and discipling people of every age, from birth to senior adults, for age-appropriate study of God’s Word and its application to everyday life. Sunday School classes are offered at 8:00, 9:15, and 10:45, and each class offers a unique community open to receive all who come.
Concord Equip is a discipleship ministry existing for the purpose of equipping disciples of Jesus Christ for the work of ministry. The Equip program is more intensive than a typical Sunday School and Small Group Bible study. Through specialized areas of study, participants are united to mature in specific spiritual disciplines toward the fullness of Christ. Classes are designed to provide deeper areas of study to supplement each Christian’s need to grow in a well-rounded way “…to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ.” (Ephesians 2:14 & 15)
The Concord Equip program is modeled by providing semi-annual sessions. Multiple classes will be offered each session within four major courses of study: Prayer & Christian Living, Discipleship and Evangelism training, Theological Studies, and Christian Apologetics. These four areas are fundamental areas of growth to equip disciples for the work of ministry. Our Women’s Ministry partners under the auspices of Concord Equip to offer women’s small group Bible studies each session. Class offerings vary each session. Enrollment is free to anyone, and available to anyone who is not a church member. The only cost for participants is the cost of their books.