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Christian Education


Our church places a high priority on educating our flock in the scriptures and training them in living out the Gospel. Our primary program in educating our folks are the Sunday morning classes but we also have small groups, special training events and discipleship programs. We also encourage people to check out our booktable (located at the top of Tomlin lobby stairs). Audio and video tapes are available for checkout in Cameron Kirker's office. For a wider range of books, check out the church library.

If you have any Christian Education questions or comments, contact Marlene Cobia at



SUNDAYS, 9:30-10:30 AM


Foundations: Theme: Reformed History & Doctrine How the gospel was reclaimed as the heartbeat of the Church, rooted in our doctrines to the glory of Christ, in CE Room 204, led by Doug Inman, David Harrell, Owen McCullough, and Greg Moss

Christ in Culture: Theme: Ephesians, in Tomlin Hall, led by Bryan Rabon, Joe Wallace and Keith Boland

Christ in the Home: Theme: Romans, then Genesis, in CE Room 201, led by Mark Dumais and Steve Baarendse

Christ in the Word: Theme: God’s grace and living hope. Winter: 1 & 2 Peter, Spring: 1 John, in the Parlor, led by Tom Mason and Bob Hooper (Teachers); Doug Reedy (Steward)

Ladies Class: Theme: The Minor Prophets, in CE Room 202, led by Carol Kirker, Rhonda Moody and Marion Merry

Ladies Class 2.0: Theme: We will start with “Finding Hope When Life Seems Dark,” using Habakkuk; then, “The Dangers of a False Gospel,” using Galatians, in CE Room 215, led by Shirley Jaramillo (

College and Career: Theme: Nehemiah, in the Homeschool Resource Center, led by Arlan Brady, Anyone out of high school, in college, or in that twenty-something range is encouraged to attend.

Inquirers Class: Begins March 10th in CE Room 213, Do you want to know more about LPC? Open to all, including members that may want a refresher as well as those interested in membership at LPC. Please contact Marlene Cobia at or 803-359-9501 to sign up.


Middle School: Theme: 2 years through the Bible, in CE Room 212, led by: Taylor Gordon, Jacob Lee, and Steve Coleridge

High School: Theme: 2 years through the Bible, in the Senior High Room, led by: Bob Carroll and Arlan Brady

Visit the youth website, for more information on programs, activities, and retreats.


Nursery: Sleepers-Toddlers, in CE Rooms 105,107,109

Preschool: Ages 2–5, in CE Rooms 101-104 & 106

Grades 1-2: CE Rooms 206 & 208, Growing in God

Grades 3-5: CE Rooms 207 & 209, Trusting God


Mentor Moms: January 8-April 30, 9:30-11:15 am in Tomlin Hall, for ladies only. Nursery and homeschool room provided. Led by Elizabeth McGuire

Tuesday in the Word: January 8-March 19, 9:30-11:15 am in CE Room 202, led by Rhonda Moody

M&M (Meditate and Memorize): January 8-March 26, 12:00-1:15 pm in CE 201, led by Donna Johns,


January 9-April 24, 6:30-7:30 pm

Wednesday Night Supper: 5:30-6:15 pm in Tomlin Hall. Reservations required. Contact

Nursery: Sleeper-Toddler, in CE Rooms 105, 107, & 109, led by Lisa Gaherty, Nursery Director,

Preschool Kids Quest: Ages 2-5, in CE Rooms 101-104 & 106, led by Frances McFarland,

Children’s Kid’s Quest: Grades 1-5, in CE Rooms 205-210, led by Vicki Accordini,

Youth Small Groups: meet in several rooms. Visit our website for activities. Led by Taylor Gordon, Youth Director,

Woman to Woman: in CE Room 201, for ladies of all ages, led by Teri Hooper, Lisa McGown, Melody Shafer and Jenny Taylor

Men’s Midweek Convo: in the Parlor, for men age 16 and up, led by Roy Ferrell


Year Round

Men’s Bible Study: 6:00-7:00 am, in the Parlor, for men only (16 years old and up), led by Paul Graham