Location: Room 207

We are a small, friendly, multi-generational group that enjoys reading and discussing Christian literature together, such as books by James Moore and J. Ellsworth Kalas. We enjoy hearing other points of view and struggling together to understand the difficult questions of faith. A lively sense of humor ensures that there is never a dull moment! Everyone is welcome. Contact Susan Johnson, [email protected], for more information.


Location: Room 200

The Burleigh Law class is a large group and many of its members, both married and single, are retired. Our name is in memory of a missionary who gave his life in the Congo. Classes are taught by both members and guests, and lessons may be taken from church publications or issues of local interest. We are known for our social get-togethers and fellowship times (and trips), usually monthly. We support the nursery class made up of two and three year olds. Please contact Jean Holzapfel, 850-386-4953, [email protected], for more information.

CHEERS – Christians Happily Engaged in Enriching, Relevant Studies

Location: Room 308

This is a multi-generational class, which includes couples and singles. The class focuses on contemporary issues in a supportive Christian environment. We are willing to question tradition as we discuss how to be Christians in today’s world. We find grace in the search for understanding and believe there is more value in questioning than in absolutes. All opinions are valued. The coffee pot is always on. Join us anytime. For more information, contact Dave Cuddington ([email protected]) or Barb Block ([email protected]).


Location: Room 310

Ed Wynn Class and the former Koinonia Class have joined together to become one class. They have coffee perking and a steaming cup of fellowship awaiting those who join this enthusiastic group. The format is lecture/discussion. The class holds socials regularly, is involved in community outreach and supports the mission programs of the church. A beautiful spirit is present in our members. Currently, they use the Adult Bible Study series materials and Lynn Gilbert, [email protected], is the contact. This class sponsors the Kindergarten Sunday School Class and the Third Grade Sunday School Class.


Location: Room 211

New Beginnings has couples, singles and single-on-Sunday members, with and without children, and ranging in age from late 30’s and beyond! Ours is an active and exciting class that is involved in many aspects of the church. This class is for those who are interested in enriching Bible study, opportunities for Christian service and fellowship in class as well as at social gatherings. Lyn Shoffstall, [email protected] is our class contact.


Location: Room 301

New Horizons is a hospitable community of sinners appreciative of God’s prevenient grace. They follow the Wesleyan Quadrilateral of scripture, tradition, reason and experience, and the New Horizons’ 3Fs: food, fellowship and fun. Many of us have children in college or who are beginning families, as well as aging parents. Lessons cover scripture, spiritual disciplines, social issues and matters of faith in practice. We have local mission projects, fund needy families and missionaries, and staff mission trips. Those seeking fellowship, spiritual challenge, and faith in action will find a welcoming home. Linda Brinkley, [email protected], is the contact for our class.


Location: Room 304

We are a group of people who love learning more about God through great discussion, great friendships and great fun. Most of us are married with young children. We like sports, academics (some are working on masters or doctorate degrees) and working in the community. At present, our class facilitators are Eric Reed, David Burks, and Nicholas Fugate, [email protected]. Most of all, we are glad to have found a “place” in the church where we feel comfortable and can grow in our faith.


Location: Room 300

Seekers Class is a friendly group with an average age range from fifty and up. We are a large class with a strong bond that is exhibited through the support of our members and by our faith. We keep in touch with a weekly email newsletter. On Sunday morning we enjoy coffee and conversation before we start singing and sharing our joys, concerns and an enriching study of God’s Word. We support a variety of mission projects within Saint Paul’s and in our local community. When you visit be certain to BYOB…Bring your own Bible! Our contact person is Bruce Harter, [email protected].

Updated January 2019