Sunday School/Small Group Bible Study

Sunday School/Small Group Bible Study at Zoar Baptist Church provides a time of Bible study with other believers. A wide range of classes are available for all ages.  If you are interested in attending one of the Sunday School/Bible Study Groups but are not quite sure which class is the best fit, click on any of the links below for a brief description of each class.  To learn more, send us an email at: ZoarSundaySchool

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Our Classes and Groups

Noah’s Ark 1 & 2 (Birth – 3) 

Teachers:  Lynn Winecoff and Paulette Bradley

Noah’s Ark I and Noah’s Ark II provide age-appropriate lessons and activities so that each child can better comprehend God’s love for all of us. It is at this young age that children develop a strong foundation in the Christian faith so that as they grow, they will develop an understanding of how to use their God given talents.  The children will have experiences that will help each child grow in God’s love.

Located downstairs in the main church building.

Zoar Kids (age 4-grade 5)

Teachers:  Sonda Hamrick and Donna White

Our goal is to create an atmosphere that will introduce children to discover, discuss and share the teachings of the Bible. Jesus said, “Let the little children come unto me.” (Matthew 19:14) We share Bible stories using a skit each week. We also look up Bible verses, play Bible games, have Bible related activities, sing praises to God, and have prayer time.

Located on the main floor of the Children and Youth Building.

Youth Sunday School Class (grades 6-12)

Teachers:  Brittnye and Matt Lee

The mission of the Youth class is to learn, witness, and grow closer together in Christ through weekly Bible study. In addition, this class believes in recreational learning, having snacks, laughing together, and most importantly, learning about the great love God has for us.

Located downstairs in the Children and Youth Building

Young Adult Class

Teachers:  Adriene Jones and Kristin Blanton

This class is geared toward young adults, both singles and couples. This group seeks a deeper meaning of God’s Word as they are experiencing new challenges in their lives such as college, career choices, marriage, and parenting. Bible study is from the Lifeway Family Bible Series for Young Adults and other resources as well. This class seeks to incorporate fellowship within the group and to support the efforts of our church in churchwide mission efforts and activities.

Located in the room over the breezeway at the main church building

Upper Room

Teachers:  Eddie Winecoff and Rick McDaniel

Our Upper Room Class is made of various age groups, singles and married, with and without children. We are a fairly large class, but we have great fellowship. We love to study the Word, love discussion, and have a lot of fun! We are heavily involved in serving our church and community in many mission activities. Please come join us

Located in the Family Life Center


Teachers:  Lyn Carroll and Terri Wellmon

The mission of the Barnabas Class is to study the Scriptures with the intent of applying the Word in our daily lives. We apply the Word by endeavoring to take care of each other, supporting mission efforts, and fellowshipping together while welcoming one and all to join us in our mission.

Located in the Family Life Center


Teachers:  Sherry Blanton and Martha Ledford

The Lydia Class consists of loving, caring, praying women of all ages. We enjoy Bible study and fellowship with one another. We participate in mission endeavors through the church and believe in reaching out to those in need. 

Located on the main floor of the church building

Men’s Friendly

Teachers:  Tommy Willis, Allen Hester and Joel McSwain

The Men’s Friendly Bible Class is just as the name describes, a group of “Men of All Ages”, who love the Lord and their fellow man. We meet early for fellowship and then serious Bible study. We seek to reach out to the needs of our fellow man, whether it be young or old. We have our own prayer list which we review every week. You cannot find a “Friendlier”, more caring group of men.

Located in the Family Life Center