Sunday School

If Sunday morning Bible Study has not been a part of your weekly routine, try something new and exciting by joining with a class of friends to study God’s word.  Our goal is for you to encounter the Bible in a way that will be life-changing.  Sharing life’s journey with a small group is an encouragement that cannot be duplicated.  Read about classes below and visit a few.  You will know when you find the right place for you to flourish!  Vibrant, fun and faithful Sunday School classes are available for all ages at 9:15 am Sunday mornings.


We consider it a privilege to join with parents in the process of spiritual formation.  At KBC, infants are learning to trust another caregiver to meet their needs.  This is a vital step in learning that God is trustworthy.  Younger Preschoolers are exploring their world from a new point of view.  At KBC they are learning that God created this beautiful world.  Older preschoolers are hearing Bible stories for the first time that will become the basis from which to create their own story of growing faith in God.

  • Infants – teachers Trish Jackson & Carolyn O’Neill
  • Younger Preschool – teachers Ken Copeland & Tom Toth
  • Older Preschool – teachers Tom Monje & Jennifer Pirrie


As children enter elementary school their world gets even larger and the responsibility of families and the church community is to teach them skills and habits that will carry them throughout life.  KBC kids learn about the rhythms of the church year.  They learn the skills to use the Bible.  They begin to make connections between the stories of the Bible to their own life.

  • Younger Children (K-1st grade)–
  • Middle Children (2nd-3rd grade)–teachers Lori Calvin & Michelle McReynolds
  • Older Children (4rd-5th grade)– teachers Wendy Shaw, Betty Bock & Don Hastings


Youth Sunday School teachers include Allen McReynolds,  Rebecca Toth, Jenny Petty and Greg Willis


Young Adult Class – Room 328 We are a caring group of young adults that include individuals both married and single from college age into the early 30’s. Our group explores the vital issues of our time through the eyes of faith. We are interested in growing in our faith, building strong group connections, and making a positive difference in our community and the world. We occasionally take our class “on the road” to the St. Louis Bread Company down the street.  Mark Lawson & Don Bee serve as facilitators for this class. Join us on Facebook.

Maxwell-Bean Class – Room 304 Originally called “the Library Class” because they began as Sunday School “renegades” who “hid out” in the library, this group will study what they want, for how long they want. The place for anyone with a strong independent streak!

Hastings Class – Room 330 Mary Hastings and the class members develop topics based on class interest. Mostly young parents straggle into this class…the latest to arrive is greeted as warmly as the first! On the road, literally and figuratively, this class enjoys sharing the journey as they grow.

Howe & Hickman Class – Community Room Mike Howe and Carla Hickman, both in the education field, share their expert teaching passions with class members balancing wonderfully full lives, careers and family.  All are welcome to take a breath and drop in!

Joy (Calvin/Minich) A senior adult women’s class meeting each Sunday to continue to develop relationships built throughout the week.  Come and enjoy refreshing Bible study and discussion.

Schober Class Stories of scripture are searched and applied to life in this class of mostly retired men and women where study and prayer support comes naturally.  Co teachers Keith Trautwein and Jason Kaminsky share the teaching of this lively group.

Agape (Dickerman) – Room 323 If you enjoy a good conversation, join this class as they select the topic of study from the BaptistWay Press.  You will find enduring friendship that creates a safe environment to study God’s word.

Grace Class A team of teachers coordinated by Dorothy Cunningham take turns leading this class.  Each teacher brings their own approach to the material.  The class thrives on these varied voice to generate lively discussion.