Sundays at Bonhomme: Growth Hour

What exactly happens on Sundays from 9:45-10:45 am? Some of the words used to describe this hour are “Sunday school,” “spiritual formation,” “Christian education” and even just “classes.” We know that there’s something for everyone during that hour: from infants to children to students and youth to all manner of adults, but why exactly, are we gathering people together for that hour? In short: to help us all grow as disciples of Jesus. Our community exists to help new people discover Jesus and to help all of us grow as his disciples. Bonhomme, is, after all, where faith grows. And that’s exactly what this hour is dedicated to: providing environments where we can grow as disciples. So think of this Sunday morning hour as “Growth Hour.” Ask yourself, “How does God want to grow me as a disciple over the next couple of months?”

Sundays at 9:45 am | Session II [Winter, 2020]

Kingdom Parents | Jessica Black and Susie Mondello | Room 3205 | January 5-May 17

  • FamilyLife’s Art of Parenting

Based on Psalm 127:4 this study will help parents find new ways to integrate faith into everyday parenting moments. We can help parents make faith the core of their parenting with intentional, biblical teaching and Christ-centered plans. Parents will end the eight sessions with renewed confidence, fresh insights on parenting children of different ages, and a parenting plan unique to each child’s personality and gifting. 

Kingdom Parents will also have guest speakers and enjoy Family Days with Kids of Kingdom Sunday School  

Video Series on the Trinity, Holy Spirit & The God We Worship | Terry Grogan and Jim Keim | Room 3208

   Luther and the Reformation   R.C. Sproul  Ten video series that provides a thorough introduction to the life and thought of Martin Luther.            Justified by Faith Alone   R. C. Sproul   Ten video series exploring the doctrine of “justification by faith alone” historically and theologically.           Building a Christian Conscience   R.C. Sproul   Six video series that provides general guidelines for maintaining Christian integrity in a world filled with temptations.           Sermon on the Mount   Dr. Sinclair Ferguson 

This twelve-lecture series explains how the Sermon on the Mount equips us to live a kingdom life in a fallen world. 

Practicing Biblical Hospitality in an Inhospitable Age | Joan Brown | Room 3208 | January 5-March 29

The theme of hospitality runs throughout Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation.  This class will go deeper, in terms of Bible study and church history, on the sermon topics of the past six months – spiritual conversations and extending the table.    

The Foundation Course | Robby Cella and Elizabeth Harris | Room 3226 | February 23-April

A course in the foundations of the Christian and Reformed Church as well as basics of Bonhomme. This course is encouraged for all but required to become a Covenant Partner. 

The Great Commission | Phil Hargrove and Robby Cella| Room TBD | April 19-May 17

Join our pastors in understanding Jesus’ words in Matthew 28, the Great Commission, and learn how to respond to Jesus’ call with hands on training to having your own spiritual conversations. 


Student Ministry [Sixth through twelfth grade]  | Student Lounge

Sunday mornings are an opportunity for students to gather in community. We provide relevant teaching and discussion. This time is a great way to grow in Christ together and experience community with one another.

Children’s Ministry [Ages two through fifth grade]

The Tree House | 8:20-9:45 am Enjoy fun worship, games and a really cool Bible lesson. Sunday School | 9:45-10:45 am Grow your faith in a fun, safe place where questions are welcomed and encouraged. Kids’ Church | 11am-Noon Worship in a place designed just for you. The lesson will be fun and understandable.

[2s and 3s | Blue Room]

[4s and 5s | Green Room]

[First graders | Room 1315]

[Second and third graders | Room 1317]

[Fourth and fifth graders | Room 1319]


[Jennifer Keller, Nursery] [Six months up to two years old]

Loving care by trained caregivers. >Email