Tuxedo Assembly of God • 3503 Tuxedo Blvd. • Bartlesville, OK 74006 • (918) 333-5757 • tuxedochurch@swbell.net

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SUNDAY SCHOOL

Children's/Youth Sunday School:  Sunday at 9:30 am

Our Children’s Sunday School classes are a discipleship ministry divided by grade level, in order to give each student an age appropriate look into God’s Word while allowing them a small group setting with individualized attention.

 

Under 3 years old: Main Building - Nursery 

 

3's and 4's: Main Building - Toddler Classroom 

 

5 years through 4th Grade: Main Building - Elementary Classrooms 

 

5th - 7th Grade: Family Life Center

 

8th - 12th Grade: Family Life Center

 

Adult Sunday School: Sunday at 9:30 am

Our Adult Sunday School electives change topics every 3 months. Check back at the beginning of March, June, September, and December to see what options are available.

 

ELECTIVE I

ROOM: #3 FLC

TEACHER: Sandra Hatter

TOPIC: "God's Mysterious Will"

God's will, from our finite, human standpoint is a MYSTERY. He gives; He starts; He stops; He grants us our desire; He removes one obstacle after another, most of which we cannot explain, and even when He seems distant and uncaring, He is still surrounding us with his comforting presence. God's will is a MYSTERY.

 

ELECTIVE II

ROOM: #5 FLC

TEACHER:  Donna Shambles

TOPIC: Unit 1: "Job: A Life of Integrity"

Few like to talk about suffering, even fewer still like to think about it. We go out of our way to avoid it. And yet, we cannot escape it. This unit explores the fascinating and difficult story of Job, a righteous man who enjoyed great wealth and influence, yet he experienced suffering in way most can scarcely imagine. Through it all, Job knew his circumstances did not come as a result of sin. He trusted that God would vindicate him in the end. 

TOPIC: Unit 2: "The Son of God in the Gospel of John"

The four Gospels each have a particular perspective in telling the story of Jesus' life and ministry. The Gospel of John emphasizes the eternal nature and uniqueness of Jesus as the Son of God. The spiritual significance of His death, resurrection, and ascension are explored in great depth.

 

ELECTIVE III

ROOM: #6 FLC

TEACHER: Pastor Bret

TOPIC: “Fearfully and Wonderfully Weird - Continued”

We live in such a diverse world full of uniquely amazing people. Psalm 139:14 tells us that humanity is “fearfully and wonderfully made” and some translations add the word “complex” to that!  Because we are all individually diverse, we hear strange stories every day that makes up the tapestry of the human experience. These stories become the springboard for topical biblical discussion in each class.  Since new experiences are being lived out daily it’s impossible to identify the next class topic until it takes place.  Past subjects included “addictions” as we uncovered a story from China of restaurants lacing food with opium. In another class we discussed the dangers of “a little sin” as we read a story about street oil backwash being used for cooking. We read about a scuba diver trespassing around an underwater vacuum pipe that pulls in about 500,000 gallons a minute to cool off a nuclear power plant and the current dragged the man over a quarter of a mile. This gave the class an opportunity to talk about what it means to “forgive us our trespasses” or as Psalm 1:1 says to not “walk in the counsel of the wicked”. Join us for a season of wonderfully weird stories showcasing scripture’s real-life influences!

 

ELECTIVE IV

ROOM: Fellowship Hall – Main Building

TEACHER:  Charlotte Glenn

TOPIC: Unit 1: "Job: A Life of Integrity"

Few like to talk about suffering, even fewer still like to think about it. We go out of our way to avoid it. And yet, we cannot escape it. This unit explores the fascinating and difficult story of Job, a righteous man who enjoyed great wealth and influence, yet he experienced suffering in way most can scarcely imagine. Through it all, Job knew his circumstances did not come as a result of sin. He trusted that God would vindicate him in the end. 

TOPIC: Unit 2: "The Son of God in the Gospel of John"

The four Gospels each have a particular perspective in telling the story of Jesus' life and ministry. The Gospel of John emphasizes the eternal nature and uniqueness of Jesus as the Son of God. The spiritual significance of His death, resurrection, and ascension are explored in great depth.