Wednesday Night Bible Study

The Buechel Park family gathers on Wednesday nights at 5:45 for a potluck dinner, followed by prayer and Bible study at 6:30. 

 Note:  You don't have to attend dinner to come to Bible study.

Sunday School Classes

Sunday School starts at 9:30 am on Sunday mornings.  Below is a list of Sunday School classes available at Buechel Park.

Sunday School Director: Greg Leichty


Facilitator: Jim Carter 
Location: Room 332

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come:  The old has gone, the new is here! All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ and gave us the ministry of reconcilliation:  that God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ, not counting people's sins against them.  And he has committed to us the message of reconcilliation. We are therefore Christ's ambassadors, as though God were making his special appeal through us.  We implore you on Christ's behalf:  Be reconciled to God.   2 Corinthians 5

In the book of Acts, we are told that the people of the church at Berea were open to God's message and that they examined the scriptures to see if what Paul said was true.

The Berea Sunday School class seeks to follow in this tradition. It is a coed class of middle age people who desire to study the Bible in an open and supportive environment. Our class encourages your participation through sharing, praying and class discussions of the lesson material.

Please come as you are. We are an informal group that wants to create a welcome and inviting space for newcomers. There is always a pot of coffee.  Each week we share our praises and concerns and pray over them. We us the Formation series to guide our Bible study. We particularly focus on how the principles of the gospel apply to our lives in the 21st century.

The class actively supports the mission activities of the church via class offerings and other activities.


Location: Room 327 

Together, we are his house, built on the foundation of the apostles and the prophets. And the cornerstone is Christ Jesus himself.  Ephesians 2:20 NLT

The Cornerstone class is a medium-sized group of men and women whose ages range from 30's to 50's.  

Our lessons examine Scripture in the light of its historical context so that we can more adequately understand how it applies to our daily life and world issues.  We believe that all points of view - liberal, moderate and conservative - have value and are therefore welcome and encouraged.

We believe in the power of prayer and share our concerns each week before Bible study.  Class announcements and special recognition of any birthday or anniversary celebrations are also made during this time.

Once a quarter, in lieu of a formal lesson, we enjoy a time of relaxed fellowship and a pot-luck style breakfast.

Whenever possible, our class enthusiastically participates in either a community service project or some form of fellowship outside of church.



Teachers:  Kathy Leichty and Patricia Singer  
Location:   Room 326

The "Hope" class consists of women who desire a closer relationship with God. Our Bible study is assisted by use of "Formation Series" published by Smith & Helwys. While the study of scriptures is teacher-led, we welcome discussion as we seek to apply the lesson to our everyday lives. We desire to be supportive of each other and of the church as a whole as we spend time sharing and praying our praises and concerns each week. We support the many ministries of our church both as workers and with class funds. We have found that working in missions together creates relationships and a common bond with each other. We take seriously the words of Jesus when he said:  "It is more blessed to give than to receive." Women of any age are welcome to join us! Please come as you are!




Location: Room 329

Unity Class is open to persons of any age, gender, and marital status. Current members range in age from fifty up.  The class provides an opportunity for serious Bible study in an open and accepting setting; our curriculum is the Uniform Bible Study series by Smyth & Helwys publishing. Members examine scripture as it relates to their daily lives through sharing experiences, insights, and questions.

Members of the Unity class are very active in the ministries of Buechel Park.  Most members serve on ministry teams, and several are deacons and choir members.  Class members provide leadership in many areas of church life.

Unity class members are also active in missions.  Each year the class cooks and serves a Sunday dinner for homeless people at Jeff Street at Liberty. The class is very supportive of SEAM (South East Associated Ministries) including organizing and working in the garden and interviewing clients. Members volunteer each year at Extreme Build building a home for a family in McCreary County, KY. Several participate in preparing for the Iron Man and work at an aid station on the day of the race. 

Class members form strong personal relationships and are very supportive of each other.  This is fostered by fellowship activities such as eating out together on Sundays, recognizing birthdays, and sharing holiday celebrations.  Bonds of Christian friendship help members during difficult times.


Willing Workers

Teacher:  Roxie Hoffman

The Willing Workers class is for mature women.  We are led by a teacher but open discussion is encouraged.  We use the Uniform Adult Bible Study Series from Smyth and Helwys Publishing. In following Jesus' teaching, a distinct characteristic of the class is its care and support of its members, as well as other church members.