Sunday School and Christian Growth




CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

Join us for Sunday School

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New Christian Education Classes for Youth
Sunday Mornings 9:15 am


First Presbyterian and First Christian are have joined forces to form two new Sunday School classes for youth.  One for ages K-5th grade and the other for ages 6th – 12th grade. 


ELEMENTARY SUNDAY SCHOOL IS FUN! 

We’ve had fun learning experiences in the combined First Pres/First Christian elementary Sunday School class.  We’ve learned about Doubting Thomas and Jesus having appeared for the 3rd time to the disciples after his resurrection.     The children loved dressing as the disciples and “fishing” in the classroom and having “breakfast on the beach,” complete with candy fish!  They even paraded through the other Sunday School classes to introduce themselves as John, Thomas, Peter, etc!   

If you have a child, grandchild or young friend in Kindergarten – 5th grade, we would love to have them join us Sundays at 9:15am.   

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New Adult Study

(begins February 5)

“40 Days of Community”

at 9:00 AM

 in the Adult Classroom

on the South Hall

 

It explores just that—how we are ‘better together’ in five very important ways:

In worship…in fellowship… in discipleship… in outreach… and in service.

 

As we look toward the future of our congregation,

We do need to give thought to the question raised by this study:

“What on earth are WE here for?”


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Sunday School and Christian Growth

Sunday School for all ages begins each
Sunday at 9:00 A
.M.




 
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The Elementary Sunday School class is located in the Elementary classroom on the south wingPlease join us!

When not undertaking special studies, we offer other classes for adults.  All are welcome and encouraged to attend Church School in addition to Sunday Services.  Sunday School is NOT just for children.  This is a life long learning proposition!