Sunday School meets on Sunday morning at 9:45 AM. There is a class for all age groups. It is our belief that continuous life-long learning develops strong disciples of Jesus Christ. Currently during the pandemic Sunday School classes and other programs are not meeting.
Nursery Cradle Roll: Includes babies from birth till 2 years of age and provides information on development for parents of our youngest ones. A nursery is provided on the main floor off the gathering place.
Preschool- This class for 3 year olds to Kindergarten age children provides early instruction in the Bible. Stories, songs and crafts support the active learning of these youngsters. Mrs. Greta Pierce is loved by her little lambs. They gather in Room 5
Primary grades 1-2 is taught by Dorry Sankey. Working on discovering the basic truths of our faith this group meets in Room 7 off the Fellowship Hall.
Grades 5-8 are currently learning to Be Bold in their faith! The Be Bold curriculum creates a community of preteens and leaders affirming each other and growing together in Jesus. Every lesson is carefully designed to reach kids through a single Bible point and related games and activities that gets the kids talking and thinking. This group meets in Room 8.
Students and leaders are encouraged to dig deep and find answers to some of life’s hard questions.
Michelle Hemmerlin, Jennifer Shea, and Sarah Coulter
Youth 6th through 12th grade are currently tackling the topics of the day and aligning their faith to these issues. Scripture provides guidance on these topics.
Denny Shea teaches this class in room 10.
A Confirmation Class is provided every other year for those youth wishing to study what we believe and consider whether they wish to seek church membership. This class is usually taught by a ruling or teaching Elder.
Other opportunities for children and youth
Liberty Lambs and Lions: is our Sunday evening programs for children in first through 5th grade. Led by Adam Carothers and assisted by Terri Pizor and Heather Uber the children this year are studying prayer. They also complete mission projects. The most recent project was their creation of crosses for the Grove Manor nursing home dining halls.
Youth Christian Endeavor: This is our middleschool high school Sunday evening program. The purpose of Christian Endeavor is to develop and equip youth for Christian Service. Rightnow media has many learning videos that address interest of youth which they can access while we are not meeting. One of the traditonal experiences our youth participate in is CE Sunday. Currently scheduled for May 3rd but it will be rescheduled. It is a joy to hear our youth testify to their faith and their mission. One of their activities organized by Ashley Shea was a collection of goodies for Hope Place with the City Rescue Mission.
Our Youth advisors are Jen and Denny Shea.
Vacation Bible School is a summer event that provides bible study, crafts, music and recreation for children and youth, This event is in the planning stage. Watch for more information
Summer Camps: There are a variety of Christian Summer Camps in our area. Summer camp can be a lifechanging event. Consider Seneca Hill Bible Camp, Camp Lambec’s theme camps or Camp Crestfield for summer rich experience. Some financial support is available, contact session for support