Children’s Sunday School classes will not meet on weekends when schools are not in session
on Friday and/or Monday. No Sunday School classes February 17 and March 10.
Due to one service March 31 Sunday School classes will not meet.
Our youngest children (3 and 4 year olds) follow the "Rock Solid" curriculum as they begin to learn about Jesus and his love for them. Simple songs, games and stories bring the Bible lessons to life and build a foundation for lessons learned as they grow in their faith.
Kindergarten - Fifth Grade
New Sunday School Program for our Children This Fall
Our Elementary children are going to dig deep into God’s Word this fall as we explore a new Sunday School model. We are moving away from the learning center model of Sunday School and towards an age specific classroom model. The 2nd and 3rd graders, as well as the 4th and 5th graders will start the year with an intense “Learning to Use My Bible” program that will have them using their Bibles extensively, and the younger elementary classes will meet in individual classrooms and focus in on the key Bible stories of our faith.
Middle School Focus on Understanding who God Is
Middle school students are exploring who God is, who Jesus Christ is and who the Holy Spirit is by incorporating the video study "Basic Series" by Francis Chan. The study asks difficult questions that will allow the students to gain a much deeper understanding of the Trinity and especially the significance of Jesus Christ in our lives. This stimulating study will help us grow together in our relationship with Christ.
The first weekend in September the 2nd grade children will receive a Children's Big Blue Bible imprinted with their name as a gift from the church. Teachers encourage the children to bring their Bibles every week and incorporate Bible based activities in the lessons to help develop an understanding of how to use and learn from their Bibles and to encourage them toward a lifetime of Bible study.
Questions about Sunday School? Email Sara Tysdal at email@example.com