We have wonderful educational offerings for both adults and
children during the Sunday School hour on Sundays (9:45AM)
and have Bible Studies throughout the year.
Preschool and Kindergarten (ages 2-5):
The pre-K/Kindergarten curriculum based on the basic belief that
God loves and cares for each of us. Each lesson will actively engage
every child in the Bible story through crafts, story time and songs.
1st through 3rd grade:
This class begins with Creation and we move sequentially through major stories of Hebrew (Old) Scriptures to the Gospel Stories in late winter early spring. The year ends with celebrating the Birthday of the Church, Pentecost. Classes each Sunday involve several hands on activities as well as a prayer and story time. The multi age classroom allows older children to share what they have learned, helping them make the bible stories part of their faith development.
4-6th grade: Tween Sunday School class (taught by Marsha Biven)
7-8th grade: Middle School Sunday School class (taught by Anne Harryman/John Kupar)
Exploring the Faith class
The Exploring the Faith class gathers to pursue a deeper understanding of Christian faith, seeking to live the faith more fully. The class does so by exploring the Bible and Presbyterian statements of the faith. Each week's discussion offers opportunity for questions to be asked, insights to be shared, growing faith to be affirmed. You are invited to come and explore!
Through book studies and discussion, our newest class for parents of younger children will focus on parenting challenges of the 21st century in the context of our faith.
Each summer, our church participates in Bibletimes Marketplace- our version of Vacation Bible School, alongside our covenant partners Epiphany Catholic Church and St. Luke's Episcopal. Children in Kindergarten through 6th grade learn what it was like in Bibletimes by dwelling in tents with tribe families, participating in craft-making in the marketplace, learning songs and dances, and having the Bible stories come to life through story-telling.