Blowing Rock, North Carolina

Join us on Sunday Mornings!

9:45 a.m. Sunday School   
11:00 a.m. Worship ​
Rumple offers educational opportunites to all ages
Sunday School is the heart of Adult Chrisitan Education at Rumple, but there are also opportunities for short term and small group studies throughout the year.
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for the fall of 2018
From birth, Rumple welcomes and includes children in all programs and events at Rumple. A staffed nursery is available at all worship services and Sunday School.

A muti-age class of children in kindergarten - 5th grade is held every Sunday. In addition, a mid-week
​program is held during the school year.
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Youth in 6th - 12th grades have their own space in the Youth Cottage and their own class led by our Youth Ministry Intern.
Additonal educational opportunities are avaialble throughout the school year on Sunday evenings and Wednesday afternoons.
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Adult Education
Youth Education
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Wednesday, September 5th

KICKS (Kids In Christ Keeping the Spirit) and Fusion kick off!    

What is KICKS/Fusion?


KICKS (students kindergarten through 5th grade) and Fusion (6th through 8th graders) are the Wednesday afternoon programs at Rumple. We will learn and grow together through music, fellowship, and bible study!
Dates:  Wednesdays from September 5th - December 5th
**We will NOT meet on September 19 (Early Release Day)
or November 21 (Thanksgiving holiday)
Time:  2:30 - 4:30pm
**Students will be picked up at Blowing Rock School and walk
  with Holly Bannan, Director of Discipleship, to the church.

​Important Dates 

Sunday, October 7 - KICKS/Fusion participate in worship
Sunday, November 18 - KICKS choir sings in worship
Saturday, December 1 - Dress rehearsal for Christmas program
Sunday, December 2 - Christmas program & Advent workshop
Wednesday, December 5 - Caroling and a pizza party
When asked, "What is the greatest commandment?," Jesus' answer did not offer a new teaching but instead quoted two Old Testament texts, one from Deuteronomy ("love God") and the other from Leviticus ("love neighbor").

This four-week course will follow Jesus' answer to explore:
                    (1) what these Old Testament texts mean
                    (2) what Jesus meant when he called them the foundation for
                           "all the law and the prophets"
                    (3) how our congregation and Christians today might be obedient
                           to Jesus' Old Testament commandments
Davis Hankins will lead these classes on Fridays from 11:30-1:00 on August 17, 24, 31, and September 7. Davis is a member of Rumple, a current elder, and assistant professor of religious studies at ASU. All are welcome and encouraged to bring lunch.

This class is being offered in preparation for some of the topics that Dr. Brent Strawn will present in his lectures based on his recent book, The Old Testament is Dying: A Diagnosis and Recommended Treatment (Baker, 2017). Dr. Strawn will be a visiting scholar at Rumple from September 7-10.

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