Lessons for Life
Our Sunday School classes each week are rarely the same. They are imaginative, filled with stories from the Bible, and always hands-on, thanks to the creativity of Sunday School coordinator Carol Hubbard, Deanne Burr, Margaret Braun, Ann Underdown and many other adults who lead classes each week.
Sunday School is held during the 10 a.m. service. The children sit with their families during the early part of the service and then leave the sanctuary for Sunday School after the pastor’s Children’s Story. The children always return to the sanctuary for Communion on the first Sunday of each month.
Our Sunday School teachers use Cokesbury Press’ Deep Blue curriculum for its Bible lessons, following the stories of Edgar, Asia, Kat and Calebe to tell Bible stories from a kids’ point of view.
Throughout the year the children of Sunday School work on a variety of arts and crafts projects under the direction of their teachers, such as creating murals or altar cloths for the sanctuary or creating one-of-a-kind pockets for dresses as part of the church’s Dress a Girl Around the World mission.
In addition to having the regular teachers, Sunday School occasionally is led by members of the congregation who have a special or unique expertise to offer, such as:
Mark McDowell leading a class through the woods, introducing the children to many of God’s natural wonders
The Sunday School children also have been introduced to the Heifer Project by Bob and Linda Webster, who have worked at Heifer International in Alabama. Throughout the school year, the children collected and raised money for the purchase of goats at Heifer International.
Our Sunday School offers an educational, creative and safe environment for all children. Here are some more images of our Sunday School through the years: