At Forest Hills, we invite you to worship, connect, & serve. Sunday mornings are the perfect place to begin; a variety of Sunday school class options are waiting for you at both the 9:45am and 11:00am hour. Take this step and you will meet new people, study God’s word, pray, & share with others who are on the same journey as you. 

View a list of current Sunday School classes here & let us help find the perfect class for you!

FALL bible studies

If you have not already signed up for one of our small group bible studies, it is not too late.
We would love for you to join us as we begin diving into Gods word. 

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Sundays at 5pm // Beginning August 18th // 6 Week Session

You don’t have to mom alone and we don’t want you to! Our group will listen to one episode each week and discuss it together. Each episode is encouraging and challenging. We’ll talk about scripture, kids, spouses, schedules, friends and we’ll spend time in prayer. You can expect lots of laughter and fun! You don’t want to miss it! Email to register.


Wednesday mornings at 10am AND Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm

Beginning August 14 // Room 97

As Christians we spend a lot of time in the New Testament and the Gospels. This makes a lot of sense. Yet to truly understand the Gospel story, we need a sense of what the Old Testament offers and how it shapes our understanding of the New Testament. In addition, the Old Testament contains stories that rival some of the most exciting movies we see on the big screen! In this class you will: 

• Gain a rich understanding of the context in which the Old Testament was written

• “Organize your closet,” making sense of all the Old Testament parts, pieces, and stories you’ve accumulated over time

• Discover how the the big story of Scripture has serious implications for our present. Just because it happened in the past doesn’t mean it stays there!


Wednesdays from 6:30 - 8:00pm // room 125 // Beginning August 21 and Ending October 16

I’m not too discouraged by different denominations. All Christian churches hold many beliefs and practices in common. It is the differences that spice things up and allow us to worship God in ways that reflect our uniqueness. For example, I don’t appreciate when

incense is burned in a church service. It isn’t that I’m against using sensory perception in worship — but incense drives my sinuses crazy, and, to be frank, I like breathing. And while I am not musically gifted, I do love music and wouldn’t want to regularly attend a church that bans instruments. And yes, such places of worship exist for those who are really old fashioned, deeply contemplative, or other things that I am not. If you have ever wondered about the differences between Christian denominations, my next class is for you. As we examine the differences in major American denominations, we will simultaneously study our own beliefs and practices more thoroughly. The only text needed will be your Bible, but if you like extra work you can read Handbook of Denominations in the United States — 400 pages of pure fun.

Joyce Pyles Bible Study

Tuesdays at 4:00 p.m. in the Bride's Room

Led by Joyce Pyles

*Childcare provided on Sunday and Wednesday Evenings