SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:30 – 10:15AM
Kids will spend their time learning Bible Stories, doing group projects, playing and singing. All Sunday School teachers are members of the church and have passed a background check before serving. We have recently switched to a new Sunday School curriculum! You can find out about it here. Check the list below to see what class your child should attend:
- 0-2 years – 1st Floor Nursery
- 2-3 year old – Downstairs Classroom
- 4-5 year old – South Classroom, back of nursery
- 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grade – 2nd Floor Classroom
- 4th, 5th & 6th Grade – 2nd Floor Classroom
- 7th through 12th Grade – Girls in the Fellowship Hall. Boys in the balcony.
Electives for September 8th – November 24th
Hebrews | John Janney | Sanctuary
Would you like to be able to read the Old Testament and understand it? Would you be interested in knowing more of the greatness of Christ? If so, Hebrews is the book for you.
Listen to John Calvin: “There is, indeed, no book in Holy Scripture which speaks so clearly of the priesthood of Christ, which so highly exalts the virtue and dignity of that only true sacrifice which He offered by His death, which so abundantly deals with the use of
ceremonies as well as their abrogation, and, in a word, so fully
explains that Christ is the end of the Law.”
Or hear Arthur W. Pink: “There is no book in the N.T. of greater
importance, and few of equal.”
Come learn why they were so excited and what you’ve been missing.
Adopted By God| Pastor Letowt |Sanctuary Overflow
“We all long to be accepted, known, and loved. Through the gospel of Jesus, we are not only saved from our sins, but brought into a new relationship with God through adoption. As a son or daughter of God, we experience new intimacy with our heavenly Father that has endless application for our lives today. In this class we’ll learn how to biblically view God and our lives through the lens of our gracious adoption.
The Tech Wise Family: Putting Technology In It’s Proper Place | Bryon & Melissa Kauffman | Fellowship Hall
Tools exist to be used by their owner to accomplish a specific task. We would say that it is absurd for a plumber to be controlled by their plunger, a doctor to be ruled by their stethoscope or that a mechanic would be enslaved to his wrenches. Yet the tool of
technology has become the master of countless individuals, couples and families. Technology has changed the way we think, the way we communicate and what we value. Without intentional and purposeful submission of technology in our own lives to the authority of scripture we leave ourselves and our families at great risk of being controlled by the relentless demands of the little tool that we carry in our pocket. In this class we will learn about how technology is
impacting our minds, behavior and attitudes and will discuss and
explore strategies for putting technology in it its proper place.