Sunday School

Sunday School

All Sunday school courses meet at 9:30 am on Sunday mornings, prior to the worship service. For more information, call the CTK Roanoke church office at 540-725-5835 or email office@ctkroanoke.org.

Classes for Adults this Winter (Dec. 3 – Feb. 25)

Intro to CTK

Learn what it means to be Presbyterian, what we believe, and information about Christ the King. This class meets in the Conference Room at the back of New Slack Hall.
Please email Penny to let us know you will be coming. jpennylegion@ctkroanoke.org.
Taught by Pastor John Pennylegion and Glen Berkel

Westminster Confession of Faith

Christ the King has been blessed with a rich theological heritage. “We are standing,” as J. Gresham Machen wrote, “in what we hold to be the great central current of the Church’s life – the great tradition that comes down through Augustine and Calvin to the Westminster Confession of Faith.” But what is this current, and how does it inform what we believe and how we live? Come join us as we explore the riches of God’s word through a study of the Westminster Confession of Faith.
Taught By: Matt Trent and Charlie Nave

The Art of Neighboring

Would you agree with this statement? “In this life we can do only a few things really well; I think it is a good idea to make certain that one of those things is what Jesus says is most important.”  If you agree, remember that Jesus said that loving our neighbor is one of the most important things we can do in life.  So, how are we doing with that?  Do we love them well enough to know their name, what is important to them, what they need and where they hurt?  What if your home became a center of community in your neighborhood?  How would that influence your life and the lives of those around you?  Come explore the answers to these questions and others in our study,  “The Art of Neighboring.”
Taught By: Chuck Brinkman and Doug Eggleston

Youth Class this Winter

Life of David, pt. 2

7th-12th graders are invited to join us as we look at the story of David in II Samuel. This latter section of the life of David looks at the reign of David over God’s nation Israel. We will place our focus on how we ought to interpret and apply Old Testament scripture and the many ways the great king David points us forward to the greatest king, Christ Jesus.
Taught by: Matthew Shaughnessy

Classes for Children and Youth

  • Toddler (ages 2-4)
  • Preschool/K (ages 4-6)
  • Younger Elementary (grades 1st – 2nd)
  • Middle Elementary (grades 3rd – 4th)
  • Older Elementary (grades 5th – 6th)