Sunday School Classes for all ages are offered each week, from September through May. Classes begin at 10:40 a.m. and finish at 11:30 a.m.
We’ll kick off the 2018 school year with an all-church breakfast on September 9 and classes will begin on September 16.
Register your child online HERE
Note: No Sunday School classes on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the Sunday after Christmas and the first Sunday in January.
Preschoolers (3 and 4’s) will meet in the preschool room. Our youngest disciples will learn more about God through story and play as they are guided by our denomination’s curriculum “Grace and Gratitude.”
Kindergarten – 5th grade
Children will dive into God’s word, exploring prayer and parables and also learning more about the church and church seasons. Along with our regular classroom Sundays, we will also include weeks of a rotational model where we hope to get out of our usual classrooms, use the church around us, and along with special guest teachers, learn how God lives within our daily lives.
K-2 – will meet upstairs in the Blue Room and Grades 3 – 5 will meet in the Coral Spice Room
Meet in the Downstairs Den
Teachers – Bob Tombs and Paul Morrissette
Learn more about the bible, ask big questions of faith, spend time with friends.
Meet in the Wolverton Building
Teachers: Maggie Bell and Leslie Hyman
Students in grades 9 and 10
Explore more about our journey of faith and consider what it means to be a member of the church.
(begins September 23)
Gather in the upstairs classroom with Rev. Henry and Melissa Temple, our new intern from Princeton Theological Seminary. We’ll start the fall with Theoacademy’s series Being Presbyterian: Foundations of Presbyterian Discipleship. To be Presbyterian is to join a way of life informed by a particular rhythm: God calls us in grace and love; we respond in gratitude. With a turn to scripture and theology we’ll learn about this basic rhythm of our life together. Whether you have been a Presbyterian your whole life long or if you are new to the denomination, our time together will be enriching.