Adult Sunday School

Out of precaution to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, adjustments have been made to our Sunday School schedule. For more details, please click here.

Sunday School meets at 9:15 a.m.

Companions Class (Room 224) – The Companions Class is a group of adults who enjoy fellowship and sharing joys and trials of parenting. We are predominantly a middle-age group of adults with children, ranging from infancy to teens. However, we welcome all adults (regardless of age and with or without children) to join in our discussions and in fellowship. This year we will be studying a series of curricula centering around Christian-based parenting. This spring we will be studying Grace Based Parenting by Dr. Tim Kimmel.
Contact: Jay and Cheryl Rogers, 803-376-4559,,

Contemporaries Class (Room 202) – The Contemporaries Sunday School Class welcomes adults of all ages and stages. Coffee and hot tea will be ready for you as we discuss current and contemporary issues and how they relate to our faith. We use The Wired Word curriculum, an online resource with up-to-date issues from the previous week.

Discovery Class (Room 209) – On March 22, Shandon members who went on the Frontera De Cristo mission trip show a video and talk about what they learned and experienced at the U.S.-Mexico border. Starting March 29, Rev. Bob Brearley will teach a series titled Putting Moses on the Map: A Geographical Journey Through the Old Testament. The Discovery Class meets in Room 209 at 9:15 a.m.

Formations Class (Room 214) – This is a fun group of young adults: single, married, with children and without children who enjoy interesting discussions. The Formations Class enjoys engaging series that help focus and grow our understanding of scripture.
Contact: Kat Dragner 803-212-8534,

Generations Class (Davis Hall) – Whether you are brand new to Bible Study or you’ve been immersed in scripture your entire life, the Generations Class offers thoughtful, insightful and relevant Bible study for adults. All are welcome.
Contact: John Steedman, 803-397-1849,

Sarah Touchton Class (Room 203) – The Sarah Touchton Class is looking forward to a great start to the new year. The class generally prepares during the week and comes ready for a lively, roundtable discussion on Sunday morning. In January, we will start No Other Gods: The Politics of the Ten Commandments by Ana Levy-Lyons. If you are interested in joining us for a specific book or for the whole year, we would love to have you.
Contact: Ryn McCombs, 803-309-3010,

Film and Theology Class (4 p.m. Sundays in February in Davis Hall) – Karl Heider is teaching this February film series from Roy Anker’s latest book, Beautiful Light: Religious Meaning in Film. The book is optional, but it can be purchased online, and there will be a copy in the church Library. Films will be watched and discussed in the same afternoon, and participants are invited to bring a bag dinner if they’d like. Schedule: Feb. 2 American Gigolo, Feb. 9 Heaven, Feb. 16 Magnolia, and Feb. 23 The Thin Red Line. You are invited to attend any or all sessions, no preparation required.
Contact: Karl Heider, 803-546-2019.

For a complete listing of our Sunday School classes for all ages, please click here.