Sunday School

The Sunday School year begins with the Fall Kickoff in September and runs through mid June when we go to the Summer Schedule. On some designated Sundays, families worship together instead of having Sunday School. There are also opportunities for children to fellowship together, across ages, once per month, through our One Room Sunday School program. Nursery care is provided from 9:30-11:30am for infants and children through age 2. 

If you are new to the church and don’t know where the class for your child’s age group is being held, just ask an Usher to take you and your child (children) to the Education wing and help you find the right room. All children and youth from 3 years old through the 7th grade participate in the beginning of Worship each Sunday. After Children’s Time, they will be dismissed to their classrooms.

Classes are based on a child’s age as of October 1.

  • Ages 0-2 — Room 101
  • Ages 3-4 — Room 102
  • K to Grade 2 — Room 104
  • Grades 3-5 — Room 203
  • Grades 6-7 — Room 202

Click here for information on the Confirmation Class for students in 8th Grade.

11:10 a.m. Pick Up For Sunday School Classes

You might say that for our children Sunday School is the hub of our Sunday morning gathering. The classroom community is where children learn and grow in their inward and outward faith. We are so blessed to have four teachers for each class, teachers who work diligently to provide a warm environment to foster meaningful formational activities and to facilitate spirit filled discussions.

Let’s help out our teachers by arriving at 11:15 am to pick up our children. If the worship service finishes early, take a minute to share a cup of coffee and fellowship in the Sanford Davis Room. Early arrival causes a noisy distraction for our little ones, so let’s try to take our conversations to the coffee hour, and arrive at 11:15 ready to hear all about the lessons our children learned in class.

Together we can all foster great growth and spiritual development in our children, the future of the church and of the world.