Sunday School

Sunday School

Lead Where You Are II

Room 161 Facilitators: Warren Chant and Peter Yien Whether one is in a “leadership position” or not, this class is for everyone who wishes to build up leader characters and life skills. Our everyday lives are led by applying Biblical principles in our relationships and managing challenges. Although this course will benefit the current and emerging leaders in sharpening their leadership skills both at work and in the church, it is also designed for all those who want to live…

God Speaks Today

Room 162 Teachers: Deacon Thomas Choy and Daniel Yang “God still speaks today through what he has spoken … Nothing is more necessary for the life, growth, and health of churches and that Christians must heed what the Spirit is saying to them through his ancient – yet ever modern – Word.” Isn’t that exciting if each time you open your Bible that God encounters you in ever refreshing way? Can that be true? What are the road blocks to…

All About Heaven!

Room 170 Teachers: Shirley Moncur and Melodie Bissell Everyone wants to know about heaven and if asked, most everyone hopes to go there. Recent polls suggest that nearly 80% of all North Americans believe there is a place called heaven. However why do some modern-day theologians question the existence of heaven? At SCBC we take great comfort and have confidence that heaven is our heavenly home and we are citizens of heaven. This class will answer key questions about heaven…

A Christian Spiritual Journey: Reflection from the Psalms of Ascent

Room 164 Facilitators: Deacon Samuel Chan and Gary Tong A study of Psalm 120-134 Throughout the centuries, the Psalms have held a beloved place in Judaism and Christianity and in the lives of individual believers. They express in amazing ways the thinking and emotions of the soul, from the highest experiences of joy and praise to the lowest valleys of lament. The Psalm of Ascent is a collection of 15 psalms (120-134). Its poetic features function almost like “15 steps”,…

Introduction to Christian Life Course

Room B50 Teachers: Pastor Jon Nip and team Looking to explore and discover what it means to follow Jesus? Starting in the fall, we will be offering a great opportunity to grow to know what it means to live our new life in Christ. Led by English Ministry pastors and deacons, this course will be for both youth and adults, as well as a PREREQUISITE FOR THOSE CONSIDERING BAPTISM. If you have any questions, please contact Pastor Jon for more…

Fearfully & Wonderfully Made

Rm 160 Teacher: Nancy Law Let’s explore the 4 aspects of a human being: physical, psychological, spiritual, and social /relational aspects. By studying them individually or inter-connectively, we learn to appreciate our intrinsic uniqueness. We should develop a strong, healthy self concept (self identity, self-esteem, self confidence) as we interact with those around us. The course is conducted through Bible study, article readings, discussions and self analysis. You must register for this class. Max: 15 participants

Membership Course (June 2 & 9)

Rm 162 Teachers: English Pastors and Deacons Interested in becoming a member at SCBC? You are invited to be part of a two session membership course (June 2 & 9) led by the English pastors and deacons. Each of these sessions will run from 11:15 am – 1:00 pm with light refreshments provided. We will be exploring questions such as “What is the church and why it is important for us?”; “What does church membership mean?”; and “Who is SCBC?”.…

Divine Sex

Room 170 (Class Starts May 12, 2019 @11:15am) Teachers: Rev. Tom Cullen, Rev. Amy Yu, Brian Kliewer The title of our class is borrowed from the book by Jonathan Grant. It is our desire to cast a Christian vision for relationships in a hypersexualized age. We’ll begin with having Pastor Tom lead a discussion on the theological foundation for our relationships. Pastor Amy will then lead us in a study of how to talk to children about sexuality. July and…

Introduction to Christian Life

Room 162 Teachers: Rev. Tom Cullen, Pastor Jonathan Nip & Team Looking to grow in understanding our faith and what it means to follow Jesus? We will be offering an exciting opportunity to explore what it means to live our new life in Christ. This course will be for both youth and adults, as well as a PREREQUISITE FOR THOSE CONSIDERING BAPTISM. It will be co-led by the English ministry pastors, along with special guests!

The Unhindered Work of the Holy Spirit

Room 160 Teachers: Deacon Sam Chan, Vivien Gam, Kenneth Lau, Gary Tong The book of Acts provides a bridge for the writings of the New Testament. As a second volume to Luke’s Gospel it joins what Jesus “began to do and to teach” (1:1) as told in the Gospel with what He continued to do and teach through the apostles’ preaching and the establishment of the church. Believers are to continue this work with the words of Jesus: “You will…

Fundamentals of Faith – A Discipleship Journey

Room 161 Teachers: Ben & Esther Leung Tou We will journey through 13 lessons to grow in the Grace and Knowledge of Jesus Christ – of seeking, study, and discovery. These next 13 weeks will be an intentional and strategic process of seeking a deeper and more meaningful Christian experience. The lessons blend basic Biblical truths with personal obedience and service – with topics ranging from the character of God to church participation. It will involve thought, prayer, study, sharing…

Incomplete: More Than Belief

Room 162 Teachers: Rev. Scott Bissell, Peter Yien What does it mean to have real faith? What does it take to move beyond ideas to something practical? If you are trying to figure what Christian faith is or just feel the need to dig deeper, come and explore. Topics we will be covering include: What is real faith? How does faith connect life? Where is wisdom found? Can God be heard? What is the practical outworking of faith?

Seeker Class: Ecclesiastes

Teachers: Terri Chong & Matthew To Addressing Mankind’s Insatiable Need for Meaning and for More. “This is boring.”, “It’s useless.”, “What’s the point?”, “Who cares?”, “If only…”, etc. We all have hang-ups about ‘living the life’. We look at our environment & at others to make sense of life, at times assuming it’s about getting a BIGGER.. NICER.. FASTER.. HAPPIER.. COOLER..    (fill in the blank)   , which history & time prove to be a chimera of epic proportion.  King Solomon…

A Friend of God

Teacher: Rev. Tom Cullen A Study of the Life of Abraham in Genesis 12-23 Abraham is called a “friend of God” in James 2:23; 2 Chronicles 20:7; Isaiah 41:8. The question is, how can we be a friend of God? Jesus says in John 15:13,14 that is possible. So we’ll be looking at how this friendship is initiated by God, and nurtured through a thirst for God, trust in God and obedience to God.