Christian Education

Christian education is a vital part of Church Street’s ministry in the community. Since its beginning and because of its proximity to the University of Tennessee, Church Street has been home to and attracted scholars of all types: religious and biblical leaders, historians, artists and architectural experts, community and social justice leaders, and more. Whether it is engaging with one of our Sunday School classes or attending a special lecture series or educational event, there is always something new to learn at Church Street.

Education at Church Street

All are invited to join one in small group adult education at Church Street. Click here to contact Rev. Tim Best if you need assistance in getting connected to a class or study.

More studies coming soon!

Sunday School Study Opportunities:

Open Doors Sunday School Class Lenten StudyEntering the Passion (Amy-Jill Levine) led by Rev. Rick Isbell 

The Open Doors Sunday school class is currently reading and studying Amy-Jill Levine’s Entering the Passion of Jesus: A Beginner’s Guide to Holy Week. All are invited to join at 9 am on Sundays.
The study is led by Rev. Rick Isbell, retired Minister of Discipleship.

To be included on the class email list to get the updates and the link each week, email


Upcoming UMW Book Review:

Wednesday, April 21, 1:30 pm on Zoom
The UMW April book review will be held on Wednesday, April 21 via Zoom at 1:30 PM. Pat Freeland will be reviewing “A Living Gospel: Reading God‘s Story in Holy Lives” by Robert Ellenberg. Please join us!
+ Click here to join + Call-in: 929-436-2866
+ Meeting ID: 822 1424 1785+Passcode: 820265