Sunday school is back, and we’ve got some great topics coming your way.


Worship is an obvious part of what it means to be a Christian, but it’s not the only part. There’s also service to others, fellowship, giving, and of course, Bible study. The Arlington Church of Christ offers abundant opportunities for spiritual growth through Bible study.
Each Sunday morning, Arlington congregants gather at 9:30am for Bible classes on a variety of topics – we offer classes in both English and Spanish – for adults and children. Our classes are focused on increasing our knowledge of scripture and maturing our faith. We invite you to grab a cup of coffee and join us any Sunday at 9:30am for Bible class – and stay with us for worship service at 10:30am.

The Gospels. Stories of being at Table with Jesus.  Starts April 17 at 9:30 am

For English speakers in April through June, we’ll conduct a study of the Gospels, but with special focus on the different emphases each author highlights in their telling of the story of Jesus life and teachings, especially the meals that Jesus shares with others. But we won’t just study these meals. We also will be inspired to share meals too, imitating the hospitality and generosity of Jesus. You can think of this first class as a Bible study with homework of fellowship and food. 

Here’s the line-up for that study:

  • 4/17 – Introduction and the empty tomb (Matt 28:1-10; Mark 16:1-8; Luke 24:1-12)
  • 4/24 – The Parable of the great supper (Matt 22:1-14; Luke 14:15-24)
  • 5/1 – The healing of the boy with a spirit (Matt 17:14-21; Mark 9:14-29; Luke 9:37-43)
  • 5/8 – Dining with humility (Matt 23:12; Luke 14:1-14; John 5:29)
  • 5/15 – Grain on the sabbath (Matt 12:1-8; Mark 2:23-28; Luke 6:1-5)
  • 5/22 – Mary Anoints Jesus (Matt 26:6-13; Mark 14:3-9; Luke 7:36-50; John 12: 1-8)
  • 5/29 – Transfiguration (Matt 17:1-9; Mark 9:2-10; Luke 9:28-36; John 12:28-30)
  • 6/5 – Discourse with the Pharisees (Matt 15:1-9; cp23; Mark 7:1-9; Luke 11:37-54)
  • 6/12 – Feeding the five/four thousand

o   Four (Matt 15:32-39; Mark 8:1-10)

o   Five (Matt 14:13-21; Mark 6:32-44; Luke 9:7-9)

  • 6/19 – Last supper (Matt 26:21-25; Mark 14:22-25; Luke 22:15-20; John 6:51-58)
  • 6/26 – The death of Jesus (Matt 27:45-54; Mark 15:33-39; Luke 23:44-48; John 19:28-30)

Coming Soon

In Q3 2022 we plan to take a look back at our own history, in a study of the story of the churches of Christ. This study will offer a theological look back at our roots in the Stone-Campbell movement while also offering a companion curriculum for any small group willing to walk through this with us. 

Other topics coming your way in future quarters include a study of spiritual giftedness, and a co-taught class on the topic of worship that will help all of us as a church think through the hows, whats, and whys of our worship, both in the building and everywhere else. 

All in all, these classes provide a great opportunity for us all to grow spiritually, both individually by nourishing our souls, growing us as disciples, and by spurring one another on to good works. Join us!