Spring Sunday School meets from 9:00-9:45am, April 7th through May 26th.

Classes are available for three year olds through fifth grade.

Nursery will also be open during the Sunday School hour.


3's through Kindergarten
(Must be fully potty trained and 3 years old)

Teachers: Wendy Small, Sue Smith, and Don Morgan

Room 105

Serving the Savior
Children will begin learning what it means to love and obey Jesus, and what it means to serve God and others. They will find out that it is Jesus who calls us to belong to Him and who leads us into service.  Just as God was faithful to His servants in the early church, He is faithful to us now. He wants His children to rest in Him and the power of His gospel, trusting His presence and His leading as we serve Him and others.Click HERE to view the curriculum.


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First through Third Grades:

Teachers: PJ Korn and Bethany McHugh

Room 208

Serving God

Using stories from the Old and New Testament, children will study the lives of Biblical men and women who served God faithfully. They will be taught that a faithful servant of God is someone who responds in trust to God’s saving love and relies on God for power to serve Him. The lessons this quarter will help children look beyond Biblical men and women to see that God is faithful to them. It is our prayer that children will respond eagerly to this truth, willing to discover how they can obediently serve their loving and trustworthy heavenly Father.

Click HERE to view the curriculum.


Fourth and Fifth Grades:

Teachers: Richard Rush and Michelle Llorens

Room 207

Understanding the Faith by Steven Smallman
This communicant’s class is designed to help children understand their salvation in Christ and membership in the church.  This workbook is an excellent age appropriate tool for teaching the truths of our faith based on the Shorter Catechism. In addition, students who take the class will talk about baptism and the sacraments. Completion of the book gives the student the opportunity to become a member.

Click HERE to see the curriculum