We know how important it is to have a Sunday School class to get plugged into. At Edgemont, we have a classes for all ages to help with the different stage of life you are going through. Please take the time to look at our list of classes below and pray about which class would be the best for you. 

Adult Classes

The Best Is Yet To Come Church Website Banner
This class is made up mostly Married “empty nesters”,  but is open to all.
Taught by: Linda Hasty
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This class is geared to help encourage families in their walk with the Lord.
Taught by: Pastor Jimmy West
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This class is for single or married
young adults.
Taught by Kendall & Jared Shreve
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Our Senior Men’s class is for men who enjoy a verse by verse study of God’s word.
Taught by: Tommy Branch
This class is geared to single or married “middle aged” men.
Taught by: David Sorrells & Todd Roberts
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This bible study class is designed for our “senior” ladies.
Taught by: Nancy Yarbrough
Happy Mother's Day Church Website GraphicThis class is for single, married or
widowed ladies.
Taught by: Barbara Gregory
Celebrating Mother's Day Church Website Banner
This ladies class is geared to our
“empty nesters.”
Taught by: Judy Garrett
Women's Retreat Religious Web Banner
This ladies class will encourage women of all ages in their christian walk.
Taught by:Wanda Taylor

Teen Classes

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This class is designed for our 6th – 12th grade teen girls.
Taught by: Terri Horner & Vicki Landers
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This class is geared to our 6th – 8th
grade boys.
Taught by Doyle Hasty
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This class is for teen boys that are in the
9th- 12th grade.
Taught by: Dwayne Cook

Children’s Classes

Sunday School Jelly Bean Children's Church Website Graphic
Taught by: Edwina Reynolds &
Cathy Fletcher
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Taught by: Jason & Joy Mince
Vacation Bible School Church Website Banner
Taught by: Lori Harden
Taught By: Barbara Armstrong