Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven. ~ Matthew 19:14
Sunday School is an opportunity to learn together about God’s great love. The Gospel Project curriculum offers a Christ-centered study that helps children and adults understand how all Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, gives testimony to Jesus Christ. All the Sunday School classes study the same lesson, in an age-appropriate manner, which should lead to some interesting family discussions! We’ll learn that the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story–God’s story of redemption.
Sunday School for Children
Sunday School class IN YOUR PAJAMAS! for Preschool through 5th grade is available through a pre-recorded video. Click here to find the link for the video and printable handouts for the children. For more information, contact Paige Smythe, firstname.lastname@example.org
10:00 am Youth Sunday School meets in the Rectory yard, or in the Buyck Chapel in inclement weather. Click here to find the Gospel Project booklet for the week.
Sunday School for Adults
10:00 am Adults with David Booman and Lori Moore, a discussion-based class via Zoom video conference call. For more information, contact David Booman at email@example.com.
Join from your computer at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82461423648, and then click on “Open Zoom Meetings.” Or you can use the Zoom app, select Join Meeting, and then enter the Meeting ID: 824 6142 3648
10:00 am Adults with Bill Hyer – a lecture-based class via Zoom video conference call or in-person in the Chapel.
Sunday School runs every Sunday from 9:15 – 10:15 am, year round. All classes are located in the Belser Building, just a short walk through the churchyard from the church.
Parents, check in your child using KidCheck in the Resource Center in the Loggia on the first floor of the Belser Building. Then drop off your children at 9:15am in the room based on your child’s current grade. You will pick up children in the same room at 10:15am.