Sunday School begins at 11:15am or after the morning service.
All children and adults are welcome to attend!
First Day of Classes: September 10, 2023
Christmas Break: December 24 & 31, 2023
Easter Break: March 31, 2024
Last Week of Class: May 5, 2024
3, 4, and 5 year olds as well as 1st & 2nd grades begin in the library with a time of singing.
3, 4 & 5 year olds: "God Leads His People" (Great Commission Publications). Through exciting Bible stories about Moses and the Israelites, children will begin to grasp that God is loving and powerful, He makes and keeps promises, He punishes sin, and He redeems and saves His people.
1st & 2nd Grades: "Knowing Jesus" (Great Commission Publications). The first unit, The Coming of the Promised Savior, begins with John the Baptist. In the second unit, Growing in Trusting Jesus, children learn that Jesus grew from infancy to manhood and that God was with him in a special way. In the third unit, children are encouraged to respond to the love of Jesus by Believing in the Power of God’s Son..
3rd & 4th Grades: "Trusting God" (Great Commission Publications). The first unit focuses on trusting God’s provision for us. In the second unit, students learn that God cares for His people. The third unit emphasizes the saving power of God.
5th & 6th Grades: "Not my Own: Discovering God’s Comfort in the Heidelberg Catechism" (Reformed Fellowship). This is an introductory course on the Heidelberg Catechism.
7th & 8th Grades: "Christ’s Living Church: A Journey from Then to Now" (Reformed Fellowship). This is a course on the church and the Reformed faith in history.
9th & 10th Grades: "The Price of Possession, Part II" (Reformed Fellowship). This is a course on the second half of the Heidelberg Catechism.
11th & 12th Grades: "Facing Faith’s Challenges: Defending the Faith and Answering Life’s Important Questions" (Reformed Fellowship). This is a course on defending the Reformed faith. Recent graduates are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Young Adults: "The Good News We almost Forgot: Rediscovering the Gospel in a 16th-Century Catechism" by Kevin DeYoung. The author explores the profound beauty, truth, and simplicity with which the Heidelberg Catechism systematically outlines the essential doctrines of the Christian faith, while also revealing the
overarching narrative of the confessing believer, from sin to salvation to deliverance.
Adults: "How Jesus Transforms the 10 Commandments" by Edmund Clowney. The author explains how Jesus intensifies the law and expands its scope to every situation in life.
We are also working through the book "Comforting Hearts, Teaching Minds" by Starr Meade. This is a family devotional book based on the Heidelberg Catechism. Each week we have scripture and catechism that we focus on and recite together during our evening service. We encourage all of our congregation to work through this with us. Books are available upon request.