Sunday School

Weekly Sunday morning Bible Study (Sunday School) is available for all ages. Please click on the links below to find the class that's right for you or your family. Classes meet at 9:45 a.m.


Preschool (Birth-Kindergarten)

Children (1st-5th Grade)

Students (6th-12th Grade)


  Sunday Evening Bible Studies

Precept Study: Philippians - How to Have Joy

5:00-7:00 p.m. in Room MP230

If you’ve ever wondered what Precept was all about, you are invited to join

us for class at any time during this nine-lesson study! Just bring your Bible and listen to an incredible discussion among a diverse class of young-married couples to senior citizens! Then enjoy a special DVD lecture from Precept.

Sample topics of what we’ll discuss are: Do your circumstances affect your peace? Is it possible to have joy while suffering? Do I have "the mind of Christ"? Discover true, deep-down joy in your life that the world cannot take away! A great first course for new students wanting to learn how to study inductively.   

Enter the church from the 23rd Ave. entrance. Room MP230 is on the 2nd floor of the Multi-purpose building, above the Fellowship Hall.

Led by Mike Adams


The Family Project: A Divine Reflection

5:30-6:30 p.m. in Room MP246 (Boyd SS classroom)

More than ever before the institution of the family stands at a pivotal moment in history. In this groundbreaking follow-up to The Truth Project, Focus on the Family has given us The Family Project, a unique resource to strengthen, empower, and support the family as the Creator designed it to be. God’s blueprint for the family works! We need to embrace that design rather run away from it. Join Joe Armour for this twelve-session study as we explore the profound impact of biblical families! Cost of study book is $14.00.


Sermon on the Mount by Jen Wilkin

5:00-6:30 p.m. in Room CC308

Both practical and profound, the sermon on the mount asks of us the same questions it posed to its original hearers: How should a disciple relate to sin? To others? To the Law? How does a disciple think, speak, and act? What is the nature of true righteousness?

9 weeks ; Cost of study book: $13

Led by Beth Yates


  Wednesday Night Bible Studies


Mid-Week Devotion (for all ages)

Wednesdays at 5:45 p.m. in the Chapel

Mid-Week Devotion is a time devoted to a brief message of biblical encouragement and prayer for various needs within the family of First Baptist Church.


How to Study the Bible

6:00-7:00 p.m. in room MP246

Explore why personal Bible study is so important in being an effective disciple of Jesus Christ. Focus on practical ways to look at the Scriptures and letting the Bible speak for itself. Practical resources and tools will be used to assist you in developing skills for future studies. Join Dr. Cliff Vicars as he leads you through this six-week journey. A former pastor and Old Testament professor, Dr. Vicars currently serves as Chief of the Chaplain Services at Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center and also as a Chaplain in the United States Army with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.



Parenting Class: Dare to Discipline & The Strong-Willed Child


6:00-7:15 p.m. in room CC303

Do you need answers to your toughest parenting questions? Do you need help in surviving birth through adolescence? Join Jimmy and Jenny Meeks for this eight-week parenting class that features two timeless studies, Dare to Discipline and The Strong-Willed Child by Dr. James Dobson, best selling author and trusted family expert. "No matter whether your child is compliant or defiant, your priority remains the same: to use the parental authority God gave you to love your child, help him control impulses, and shape his will toward God." -James Dobson.

Cost of the two study books is $7 each.


Evidence for the Existence of God

begins Wednesday, October 14

6:00-7:00 p.m. in room CC246

Join Dr. David Sloan for the study and discussion of his book, Letters to an Atheist Friend. In a modern culture that is growing increasingly secularized, his book presents a strong case for the existence of God based on a variety of evidence. Written in a clear, concise style, Letters to an Atheist Friend is an invaluable tool for Christians who confront the challenges of a skeptical culture or who wish to be prepared to share the many reasons one can have for believing in God. Dr. Sloan is a retired journalism professor from the University of Alabama. Cost of the book is $5.


Women’s Ministry Study

5:45-7:30 p.m., room CC308

Simplify by Bill Hybels

Simplified living requires more than just cleaning out your closets or reorganizing your desk drawer. It requires uncluttering your soul. Bestselling author Bill Hybels identifies the core issues that lure us into frenetic living--and offers practical steps for sweeping the clutter from our souls.

6 weeks; Cost of study book is $10.

Led by Lisa Skelton


    Additional Links

Sunday School Classes brochure

Wednesday Nights at First brochure

Sunday Nights at First brochure

Wednesday Nights at First page

Diagram: 1st Floor, Multi-Purpose Building

Diagram: 2nd Floor, Multi-Purpose Building

Diagram: 3rd Floor, Multi-Purpose Building

Diagram: Basement, Main Building

Diagram: 3rd Floor, Children's Center

   Ministry Pages


    Adult Ministry Questions?

Joe Armour, Minister to Adults & Outreach:

(205)345-7554 jarmour@fbctuscaloosa.org


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