Sunday School classes are offered for 1st-6th grade children. We use The Gospel Project for our Sunday School curriculum which is written to point children to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Through these lessons, our children are discovering how God’s plan of redemption unfolds throughout Scripture and applies to us today. Young believers then learn how to personally declare the good news of the gospel.
This winter we are studying "A People Restored," which helps children see that after the Israelites’ disobedience led to 70 years of exile in Babylon, God kept His promise to bring His people home to Judah. Prophets encouraged the people to rebuild the temple. The prophet Zechariah told of a future King who would come humbly on a donkey. Even after returning home, the Israelites struggled to obey God completely and to worship Him. Nehemiah led the people to rebuild Jerusalem’s walls and Ezra began teaching God’s Word again. Malachi, the last Old Testament prophet, warned the people to repent because the Messiah was coming soon. The stage was set for the arrival of Jesus which we will begin studying this spring.
Children’s Sunday School teachers wear maroon lanyards with a large name badge. We meet from 9:45-10:45 am in the following classrooms:
- 1st and 2nd grade - Room 203
- 3rd and 4th grade - Room 205
- 5th and 6th grade girls - Room 215
- 5th and 6th grade boys - Room 216