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3 years through 5th Grade

Sunday School offers learning for all ages, as we explore God’s Word. Our lessons will follow along with the Narrative Lectionary being used in Sunday morning worship. We will spend the fall learning stories of the Old Testament, then focus on the prophecies and stories of Christmas. In the winter months, we will hear the stories of the Gospels and finish out the spring reading about the new Christian church and learning how Peter, Paul and the other disciples and believers incorporated Jesus’ teachings in their lives. Each student may bring home a sheet that you can be used to reinforce the story. What a great way to start family devotion time! Classes are divided by age levels and include 3 years old to 5th grade students. Three year-olds must be 3 by August 1, 2017, to register.

 

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