Adult Sunday Classes

Ginnie Eller

On Campus Small Groups

Sunday @ 9:30am


Room B202

For adults 60+ who seek Christian fellowship and involvement with mature adults. We focus on personal growth and social interaction while learning through Bible-based topical studies.

Contact: Merwyn Smith

Journey of Faith

Room B203

An active, caring, inviting community of adults in their 50’s and older who share in-depth Bible teaching, a variety of social activities, and support and encouragement from within the class. Join us!

Contact: Dwain Johnson

Kingdom Seekers

Room B201

A caring group of adults in our 50s to 70s who prefer an interactive form of Bible study. Our lessons include in-depth Bible study and topical lessons that bring practical applications of the Word of God to our lives. Our teachers come from inside and outside of our class. We also include a strong and supportive prayer ministry, support several missionaries on a monthly basis, and have planned social events every month.

Contact: Dave Gunther


Room B205

For senior adults. Besides great fellowship and prayer support, this Bible study digs deep into God’s Word. Open to everyone young at heart.

Contact: John Gustavsen

Sunday @ 11am

Women in Fellowship

Room B205

Women in Fellowship class provides a small group setting for women who seek friendship and prayer support as well as Bible study and service to the community. It is a great place to develop strong friendships with other women who attend WACC alone. We select Bible studies that stimulate discussion, with everyone welcome to contribute. Locally we donate to the Pregnancy Care Clinic. Globally, we support a child in Malawi and contribute to several missionaries overseas. Last Christmas we had fun preparing a dozen shoebox gifts for children through Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child. We meet at 11:00 upstairs in room B221. Our teachers are Denise Watkins and Fran Werner.

Contact: Denise Watkins

Or: Fran Werner

The Hood


Couples and singles learning to become "Servant Leaders" and strengthening our walk by studying scripture and reading books. Our motto: Hebrews 10:24, “Let us think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works.” Find us on Facebook at "theHOODatWACC."

Contact: Frank Loaiza

Crossroads Café

Room B201

A group consisting of adults interested in supporting others in our lives. The class discussion centers around our reading various Christian writers and the impact that this writing may have on our daily walk and spiritual lives.

Contact: Alvin Ligh

WACC Marriage Fellowship


Room B203

We share in fellowship with married couples, study various aspects of the gospel and have discussions about how to better our relationships with our spouses.

Contact: Joe Ryan