Watermark welcomes you as we study the Book of Psalms this summer. Each week will be a stand-alone lesson so if you’re traveling, don’t worry about missing one. Just come on and join us!

Six years ago June 3, Watermark began as a new Sunday School class primarily designed for new members and current members who did not have a regular Sunday School home.  Our purpose was and still is to build relationships while studying God’s Word together.  Today, we are an eclectic family—young, old, couples, singles, new members, old members.  

“That’s a funny name,” people say. Well, a watermark is an impression made on a piece of paper or currency that is visible when held up to the light.  It is a symbol of authenticity, letting people know they are not dealing with something counterfeit.  A watermark can also be a symbol of quality or excellence.  You expect quality when you see a watermark. Watermark encourages class members to develop these qualities in their relationship with God and others.

We hope you will join us as we seek to make an authentic, lasting impression for Christ in our church and our community.  Our class fellowship time begins at 9:15 Sunday mornings, and our Bible teaching and interactive class discussion time is 9:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m.

You don't have to be a church member to be a part of Watermark.  We meet in the fellowship hall.  Contact Carol Gene Graves (Carol_Gene_Graves@baylor.edu.) for more information.