The teaching function of the church is taken seriously here at the Green Lake Church of Seventh-day Adventists. We believe in caring for all our members at all stages of their intellectual development. Thus we have programs for all ages of children from toddlers through high-school age, with age-appropriate activities and education, centered in the Bible and the values of the Christian tradition. We also have a variety of educational options for adults, from exegetical study of the Bible to classes dealing with subjects like the world religions and their relation to Christianity, as well as classes for those new to Christianity and Adventism.
Adult Sabbath School Classes
Green Lake is noted for its diversity. We welcome you wherever you are in your search for truth. Some classes work within a traditional Seventh-day Adventist framework, while others take a nontraditional approach. Choose the one that best fits your needs today.
Follows the lessons in the Sabbath School Quarterly: The Prophetic Gift
Top Level Open SpaceWalk Through the Bible
An ongoing discussion of the Bible itself: The Minor Prophets
Encourages the open expression of ideas and experiences outside the scope of the traditional Sabbath School class.
Truth Exploration ... An interactive discussion based on the principles found in the Bible, using the Sabbath School Quarterly as a guide.
Auditorium, Rear NorthRussian-speaking Class
Kitchen by Fellowship HallPastor's Class
The book of Job
Children's Sabbath School Classes
Children in the Kindergarten through Junior age groups meet collectively each Sabbath at 9:45 in the Chapel for a dynamic and spiritually energizing "Praise Time." This is a time when the children come together to sing, pray, and share the good and difficult events of their lives from week to week. Classes begin at 10:15--visitors are welcome in any classes.
Room 101Beginners (ages 0 through 3)
Room 302Kindergarten (ages 4 through 6)
Room 203Primary (ages 7 through 9)
Room 203Earliteen (ages 10 through 12)
Room 301Teen (teen through high school)
Youth (ages 18+) are invited to attend the YA Quarterly class.