Developing disciples who live and love the word of God

The Education Ministry disciples people at all stages of spiritual maturity to become fully devoted followers of Christ. We strive to transform our people into lifelong students of the Bible, and to develop their ability as teachers and servants to share God’s love.

Get Involved

Teach Class On Sundays Or Wednesdays

Facilitate Book Clubs

Write Curriculum


Get Right, Church! A Study of 1 Corinthians

This series will look at Paul’s first letter to the Christians in Corinth. Despite their many problems, Paul still has high hopes for God’s people, and gives them timeless principles to address their many issues. We can learn much from Paul’s instructions to these early believers.

Some of our adult classes are gradually returning to some safe, in-person options, while others continue to meet completely online. Check the description under each class below to see what they’re doing. Contact us to get connected to a class.

We also offer classes for children and teenagers. You can find out more information on our Children’s Ministry page and our Youth & Family page.

College Students


College and university students. Meeting Sunday evenings on the campus of Oklahoma Christian University.

Young Adults


College graduates and young single adults in their mid-late 20s. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.


Engaged and married couples, most of whom do not have children. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Young Professionals

Young single adults in their late 20s-30s. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.



Couples in their first years of marriage, many of whom have started families. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.


Late 20s – mid 30s, many with infants and toddlers. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.


Early-late 30s, many with children in preschool and elementary. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Christian Families

Mid 30s – early 40s, many with children in preschool and elementary. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Middle Aged Adults

New Beginnings

Early-mid 40s, many with children in elementary and middle school. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Families & Friends

Late 40s – early 50s, many with children in high school. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Cross Walk

Early-late 50s, many with children in high school and college. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.



Early-mid 60s. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Upward Bound

Late 50s – mid 60s. Meeting every Sunday on Zoom.


Early – late 60s. Meeting every Sunday on Zoom.

Forever 50 Something

Mid 60s – early 70s. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.


Early 70s and older. Meeting every Sunday on Zoom.



Adults of all ages, married or single. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.

Step by Step

A diverse group of new Christians, Christians whose spouses do not attend church, or people wanting to know more about Christianity. Meeting every Sunday in-person and on Zoom.



A small group discussion class of basic Bible teachings for internationals. Meeting weekly on Zoom.


Spring Wednesdays: March 10 – June 2

Join one of our Wednesday elective classes or book clubs! Almost all are meeting online right now, with a few meeting in-person.

Spring Online Electives

God at Work

Josh Kingcade & Various MRCC Members | Wednesdays, 7:00 PM | Facebook Live and YouTube | No registration required

Each week, Josh will interview a different MRCC member about how they’ve experienced 2020, what they’re hoping for in 2021, and how they see God at work in this difficult time. Tune in to hear from some people you may not have seen for several months! No pre-registration required. This pre-taped content will premiere each Wednesday at 7:00pm and be available for viewing anytime thereafter.

Listen and Make Room

Harold Shank | Wednesdays, 7:00 PM, March 17 – April 14 | Zoom | Pre-Registration Required Here

The world, the nation, and our neighborhood are filled with at-risk children. This class, taught by Harold Shank, will explore God’s plans for those children and how we can join him. God listens to these little ones and makes room for them. He calls us to join him.

Heart Strong: Spiritual Strength for the Long Haul from 2 Corinthians

Mark Taylor | Wednesdays, 7:00 PM, April 7 – May 26 | Zoom | Pre-Registration Required Here

Resilient, confident, tough – Could it be that there is so much more to these qualities than pop-psychology, self-help books, coach-speak, and action movies have to offer? What if there are eternal spiritual principles that truly equip us for the long haul no matter what life throws our way? Paul’s second letter to the church in Corinth is not only his most intimate and transparent book, it just may be his most practical treatment of spiritual health and vitality. This eight-week study will draw us closer to Jesus while equipping to us live “Heart Strong.” As Paul says in chapter four, “Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.

Heartfelt: A Woman’s Guide to Creating Meaningful Friendships (Women’s Small Group)

Zina Siemer and Robyn Yahola | Wednesdays, 7:00 PM, March 10 – May 19 | Zoom | Pre-Registration Required Here

Do you have a heart for other Christian women? Want to learn more about making connections with other age groups? Come join us in a book study of “Heartfelt: A Woman’s Guide to Meaningful Friendships.”

Psalm 23: The Shepherd With Me (Women’s Small Group)

Cheryl Burke | Wednesdays, 7:00 PM, March 10 – June 2 | Zoom | Pre-Registration Required Here

Every woman longs for someone to protect and care for her–someone to guide her when she’s not sure of her next steps, to provide rest when she’s worn out, to walk with her when the valley is dark. God is the Good Shepherd whose companionship provides the comfort and confidence every woman needs.


Brian Simmons | Wednesdays, 5:15-6:00 PM, Ongoing | Zoom | Info communicated to earlybird class via email

This class is for those who would like to attend a class at an earlier time. You will feel welcome in this class that spans all ages and life situations. The class is studying Ecclesiastes. Those on the earlybird email list will receive information for the Zoom meeting. If you would like to be added to this email list, email Mickey Banister.

Spring IN-Person Electives

Note: face coverings are required for participants of all indoor in-person classes.

Elijah: Faith and Fire (Women’s Small Group)

Tonya Patton | Wednesdays, 7:00 PM, March 10 – June 2 | A113 | Pre-Registration Required Here

Join Priscilla Shirer in her newest study for a fresh look at Elijah and the difficult choices of obedience that kept him anchored, sharpened his faith, and broadened his impact. God can comfort you, strengthen you, encourage you, and prepare you for the Mount Carmels that lie ahead.

Psalms (For Young Adults)

Daniel Roberts | Wednesdays, 7 PM | Fellowship Central | No Pre-Registration Required

Join other young adults for some coffee and small group discussions over the book of Psalms. No pre-registration required. Click here to contact Daniel to find out more about the class.


Feel free to send us a message if you’re interested in getting involved or have any questions about the Adult Education Ministry!

Josh Kingcade
Adult Education
Emma Kate Duncan
Adult Education Assistant