9:45 a.m. Sunday School
The best way to find a small group for fellowship, scripture study and a caring community is to join a Sunday School class. Second-Ponce de Leon Baptist Church has classes for all ages and interests. Some groups are designed according to age groupings, some are gender-based, and some are based on studies of specific issues.
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Kairos is loosely translated as “an opportune time.” This class of young professionals and students meets to study God’s word and its application to life. The class hopes to capitalize on the various intersections of life experience and community with members, the church, and the local community. The class focuses its time on Bible study on Sunday mornings, but also meets periodically for times of fellowship and ministry at other opportunities.
Members: Young professionals and students primarily aged 25-40
Room: Room B137
Seeking to build faith through study of God’s word and instruction with interactive discussion.
Members:Young couples ages 20-30s with no children or beginning families.
Conversation and fellowship among college graduates and young professionals under 30.
Members: Recent graduates and college students
The Koinonia Community equips members and guests to pursue Christ amid a fellowship based on vulnerability, authenticity, mutual humility and honesty. Class sessions are facilitated discussions that encourage the examination of scripture in its proper context and against the backdrop of our own lives.
Members: Young families with or without children.
The Bridge Builders Class is filled with active discussion based upon study of the Bible and other resources. Members are engaged in multiple ministries throughout the church and the local community. The objective of the class is to grow in faith and love for our God, our neighbor, and one another, while living in a way that honors the teachings and standards set forth by Jesus Christ.
Members: Coed, primarily ages 30-55.
We focus on Bible Study, fellowship, member support and mission outreach, primarily through the Georgia Avenue Mission. We meet in an informal, round-table format. Members are welcome to participate as they feel comfortable. The class is very open and caring, meeting its members wherever they may be in their Walk. We enrich each other by sharing our differing perspectives and various life experiences.
Members: Age group is concentrated in the early 50’s to the early 60’s but younger and older members are welcome to enrich our class.
The Billie F. Johnson Sunday School Class
We are a caring group of people who socialize together in Sunday school as well as outside the class. We use videos as a springboard for class discussion. We donate toys to the Grant Park ministry.
Members: Co-ed, age range between 30’s and 60’s.
The Grace Class is focused on an in-depth study of the Scriptures and their application to family life, work, and our role in the world outside of the four walls of the church. The values of the class are authenticity, thoughtfulness, racial diversity among our members, praying for our city and the world, and serving in the various communities in metro Atlanta. Our teaching emphasis in the class is on application of the scriptures.
Members: Co-ed, single and married. All ages are enthusiastically welcomed but our predominant age is 50+.
Biblical Explorers Community
Biblical Explorers Community will be an opportunity for a life-on-life journey through Scripture that will result in the discovery of biblical truths for the transformation of life. A verse-by-verse study of a selected book of the Bible will be experienced though a discussion-oriented format. This opportunity is open to all adventurers regardless of their level of biblical knowledge.
Members: Primarily ages 45-60 but all are welcome.
We are an energetic, diverse group of people who enjoy fellowship and studying God’s word together. Our four teachers rotate weekly, each bringing a different style and method to our study. Discussion enriches our experience together.
Members: Singles and Couples 55+
We are a small, intimate group of women – wives, mothers, grandmothers – still learning the ways and wisdom of our Heavenly Father and being led by the resurrected Jesus. Each woman brings a special talent to the group.
Members: Women ages 65+
We believe it is God’s will for us to continue to learn of Him, His Son, and His Holy Spirit. As we seek to live in His will and bear witness of Him in our daily lives, a strong emphasis is placed on daily application of the teachings. We are bonded by our friendships, daily prayers for God’s will to be done, regular contact with each other, and studying together.
Members: A small group of older women who have studied God’s word for all of our lives.
Room: B204 then B207
The Bible is our only source of study. It has served us for so many colorful years of Christian fellowship.
Members: Elderly ladies with an average age of 90.
Room: B204 then B205
EEE was organized in 1924 at the old Second Baptist Church, Washington Street and Capitol Avenue. The three E’s stand for “Earnest, Enthusiastic Endeavor.” The class motto when the class was organized was “Where the Young Man Steps into the Church.” The class started a project in 1969 called the “Helping Hand Fund.” This fund assists young men and women with their educational expenses to become nurses. Each year between 10-12 students are supported. As of today, the Helping Hand Fund has provided financial assistance in the amount of more than $450,000 to 500 students.
Members: Men, ages 50 to 80+
Discovery aims to teach the entire Bible focusing on the attributes of God, the news of Salvation, and the history of the church.
Members: Co-ed, Ages 50+ but all adults regardless of age or marital status are welcome to attend.
Adult 3 Department
George Ray Sunday School Class (A men’s class)
Friendship Sunday school Class (A women’s class)
Philathea Sunday School Class (A women’s class)
Radiant Sunday School Class (A women’s class)
Ruth Sunday School Class (A women’s class)