Sunday School (PreK-9th)
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” Matthew 19:14
Sunday School students are a vital part of our church family!
We take great pride in our efforts to offer our children an active role in our congregation through meaningful Christian education, inclusive worship, in addition to special events and programs that bridge church and home.
Our first priority is the safety of all children who enter our church. Please take a moment to review our Safe Sanctuary Guidelines.
Our Typical School Schedule (September-May)
Families arrive for worship which starts at 10:00 in the sanctuary. There are activity bags and nametags available at the Children’s Welcome Center located in the front of the Sanctuary.
During the service, children are called forward for a special message from the pastor during the “Children’s Moment.” After this message, children and teachers dismiss from the Sanctuary to the Education Wing (approx. 10:20).
Students then proceed to:
- The PreK classroom (3 & 4 year olds)
- Children’s Choir rehearsal
- The 8th grade classroom
*Communion Sundays: All children are released from Sunday School and returned to the Sanctuary for Communion to share the Lord’s Supper. We have an open table and all ages are welcome to partake.
11:15: Sunday School classes are dismissed. Teachers will escort students to meet parents in the Fireside Room.
Contact the Director of Christian Education, Debi Cox, at email@example.com.
Visiting children are always welcome in our Sunday School, but registering your child at any time in the year is helpful to let us know about allergies and/or special concerns and for you to receive important news and updates about our program.
Students are encouraged to find and explore unique paths along their personal faith journeys while learning church history, reviewing Bible stories, and discussing relevant contemporary issues.
9th grade- Faith Formation
Students spend this year working with the pastor, a mentor from the congregation, and their peers to examine and deepen their unique personal faith journeys. Students are welcomed into adult membership in the congregation after completing this process.