Sunday Worship Service at 10:30am

Adult Sunday School

The purpose of the Adult Sunday School ministry is to teach the application of God's word to life's circumstances in a cross-generational, discipleship-focused environment. (Heb. 10:24-25)

Four Adult Sunday School Classes Being Offered at 9am: 

Knowing God, Living the Truth: Narrowing the Gap between What We Believe and How We Live (Blake Gerber, Room 107)
We all yearn for a life of joy, one that is strong enough to withstand the storms and dynamic enough to influence others for the kingdom. Nothing impacts this more than what we know about God (our theology) and how that knowledge affects our daily lives and interactions. This class will introduce the core doctrines of God, His Character, His Work and His Word, connecting them to life in a way that brings hope and motivation to live out what we affirm to be true.

Proverbs and the Fear of the Lord (Neil Gerber, Room 101A)
More than snippets of Godly advice, the book of Proverbs lays a sure foundation for wise living. In this class, we’ll discover how true wisdom is rooted in the fear of the Lord, what that means, and how submission to God’s authority in our lives leads to more insight and understanding. While the world is never short on advice or self-affirming alternatives, we’ll see how Godly wisdom still cries out to us, providing a way of discerning all of life’s daily situations and relationships for our good and God’s glory.

Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands (Kent Kloter, Worship Center)
Using Paul David Tripp’s workbook by the same title, this class will focus on how “God uses people who are in need of change as instruments of the same kind of change in others.” Come and be equipped for growth and an everyday lifestyle of personal ministry as we seek to see the whole body growing into full maturity in Christ. As part of this class, attendees will have the option to purchase Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands workbook.

Open Hearts Open Homes Annual Study (Ben Davidson, Community Room)
OHOH is hosting its annual study from the book A Passion for the Fatherless by Pastor Daniel Bennett. The study will begin September 11 during the Sunday school hour at 9am and run for eight weeks. Participation in this study is required for those desiring to adopt or foster through BCC, but all are encouraged and welcome to attend to learn more about what the Bible says about caring for children in need. Contact the church office to sign up and attend.


BCC also has small groups, called Care Groups, that meet throughout the week. For more information on Care Groups please contact the church office at 309-508-1755 or email


Blake Gerber
Phone: 309-508-1755
Role: Discipleship Pastor