Sunday School

Sunday School begins at 11:15am or after the morning service.  

All children and adults are welcome to attend! 

First Day of Classes:  September 11, 2022

Christmas Break:  December 25, January 1

Easter Break:  April 9

Last Week of Class:  May 7, 2023

 

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: Learning that "Jesus is God's Son" by learning stories from his birth to the

                               Transfiguration. They will also learn about God's faithfullnes to His covenant people

                               throughout the Old Testament in the unit "God Keeps His Promises."

 

1st & 2nd Grades:  Studying how the Israelites learned to trust God in the unit "Growing in God." They will also

                                 complete "Studying God's Word," learning that the Bible is God's Word and how important

                                 it is in our lives.

 

3rd & 4th Grades:  Studying "Telling Others" (stories from Acts) and "Worshipping God" (a unit that teaches the

                                 joys of worship).

5th & 6th Grades:  Studying "God's Unfolding Promise: From Shadows to SONlight," which outlines God's

                                covenant history of redemption throughout the whole Bible.

 

7th & 8th Grades: Studying church history using the book "Faith of Our Fathers," which is a study of the Belgic

                               Confession.

9th & 10th Grades:  Studying the Heidelberg Catechism in depth with "The Price of Possession: The Heidelberg                                    Catechism Part 1"

 

11th & 12th Grades: Studying "Doctrines of Grace" by Shane Lems and working through the book of John. 

                                   Recent graduates are welcome and encouraged to attend!

 

Young Adults:  Studying "Knowing God" by J.I. Packer.

 

Adults: Studying "Gentle and Lowly" by Dane Ortlund.

 

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.