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! 

A Class for Every Age and Stage

Join us for Sunday School at 9:45am! Here's our Sunday morning line up:

  • Music Education

    On Sunday mornings, all youth and children are invited to gather upstairs from 9:45-10:00 to grow in their faith through music and singing. Regular Sunday school follows from 10:00-10:30am.

  • Children's Sunday School

    Children ages kindergarten through 5th grade gather to explore and respond to God’s grace and are sent out to love and serve God. Growing in Grace and Gratitude is rooted in Presbyterian identity, inviting children to become disciples by practicing hospitality, generosity, and love. 

  • 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.

  • Youth Sunday school

    What is the Bible and what do we do with it? Middle and High School Youth are joining together in this dynamic video series study of what the Bible is, where it came from, and how we read it together. Come join us and let's dig in! Learn more about Animate: Bible here.

  • the present word

    Examine ways of honoring God through worship. David and Solomon honored God by establishing the center of worship in Jerusalem and building the Temple. Jesus taught about right attitudes that honor God through worship.


    This adult class meets in the Parlor.

  • Making Peace with the Land

    Come together in this book study of Making Peace with the Land: God's Call to Reconcile with Creation. From the book's Prologue: "God takes the first human being (adam) freshly formed from the soil (adamah), and says, Take care of the garden. Learn to serve and protect the ground. Commit to loving the soil, and in this loving work catch a glimpse of who I am and what I do."


    This adult class meets in the Fellowship Hall.