At Niverville Community Fellowship we call our Sunday School program “eXplore & More” and we offer a variety of classes designed to help people, young and old, to understand and live out their Christian faith. 

Did you know that "X" is a symbol for Christ?  

That's why we use it in our name "eXplore & More"!!

Children and Youth

Our classes for children and youth are divided by age group!

  • Preschool

    Ages 2 -3 | Teacher: Karis Hiebert, Room 406

    Preschool | Teacher: Kezia Klassen/Chenoa Funk, Room 407

    Kindergarten | Teacher: Anika Dueck/Hannah Hiebert, Room 408

  • Grade School

    Grade 1 | Teacher: Karoline Schellenberg, Room 203

    Grade 2 | Teacher: Alia Kehler, Room 205

    Grade 3 | Teacher: Mara Klassen, Room 206

    Grade 4/5 Girls | Teacher: Dayna Ens, Room 201

    Grade 4/5 Boys | Michael Doerksen, Room 202

  • Youth

    Junior Youth: Grades 6 - 8 | Teacher: Mike Bouwman, Room 404

    Senior Youth: Grades 9 - 12 | Teacher: Sheila Rempel, Room 405

adults

eXplore & More also offers adult elective classes on a rotating schedule. Our adult classes run anywhere from 6-13 weeks. You’ll find classes related to family issues, Bible study, mental health, missions, and more; all designed to help you grow in your faith so you can impact your world.  

  • Adult Elective: Living Well, Dying Well

    dr. Robert dean

    Fellowship Hall

    Nov 10, 17 & Dec 1

    Recent years have witnessed a dramatic change in public perception surrounding medical assistance in dying in Canada. Emerging voices and challenges suggest that laws and practices may yet change further. How should Christians respond to these developments? Perhaps even more importantly, how might our present cultural moment provide a unique opportunity for the church to rediscover the riches of living and dying well in Christ and, in so doing, bear witness to the good news of the Lord of Life in the midst of a Culture of Death.

  • woman's class: take it to the limit by andy stanley

    facilitator: Danae Doerksen

    Room 402

    Nov 17 - Dec 22

    Overloaded? Maxed out? Our culture encourages us to live as if we have no limits. So we fill our schedules and empty our bank accounts. We do as much as we can, spend as much as we can, and acquire as much as we can—all in an effort to get as much as we can out of life.   In this six-part study, Andy Stanley explains that that the secret to getting more out of life is not doing more, but doing less. We must learn to create margin to live the life God intended for us.  

  • Adult Elective: Life and Ministry in Nigeria

    Guest Speaker: Moses Adebayo

    Nov 24 - Fellowship Hall