Christian Education

We believe that learning and asking questions about our faith is how we grow. At every age and at every stage of discipleship, we are dedicated to thinking about our faith in open conversation with one another--growing in relationship and community as we grow in faith. We believe that faith is a journey of seeking, wrestling, and walking together on the path of "being reformed and always reforming according to God's Word." Bring your questions, your curiosity, and an open mind! 


COVID UPDATE:

SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSOn Sunday, September 12th, we will be beginning a new Sunday School Study for all ages.  THIS CLASS WILL BE A HYBRID MODEL.  Adults will be meeting in the Sanctuary (can also zoom in) and the middle/high school class will be meeting in the Parlor.   Welcome All is centered on the practice of Christian hospitality. When we are intentional about welcoming all, we are affirming the worth of all of God’s people. This unit features stories rooted in hospitality from both Old and New Testaments of the Bible. The hope of this practice is for each person to look at their own idea of welcoming all and ask themselves if a friend or stranger would experience the welcoming spirit of Christ in them.  For more information, please contact Peggy Hypes.


A Class for Every Age and Stage

Join us for Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.! Here's our Sunday morning line up:

  • Little Presbyterians

    Little Presbyterians encourages children Pre-K through 2nd grade to explore Scripture and to see God's work in the world and their lives, bringing stories from Scripture to life through games, art, music, and reading. We meet during worship on Sunday mornings immediately following the Time with Young Disciples, after which children may be dismissed from the sanctuary to a classroom.

  • Welcome All

    CURRICULUM FOR ALL AGES


    THIS CLASS WILL BE A HYBRID MODEL.     Welcome All is centered on the practice of Christian hospitality. When we are intentional about welcoming all, we are affirming the worth of all of God’s people. This unit features stories rooted in hospitality from both Old and New Testaments of the Bible. The hope of this practice is for each person to look at their own idea of welcoming all and ask themselves if a friend or stranger would experience the welcoming spirit of Christ in them.


    Adults will be meeting in the Sanctuary (can also zoom in) and the middle/high school class will be meeting in the Parlor.