Early Childhood Sunday School
Children ages 18 months through Kindergarten participate in an inviting and age-appropriate time of worship from 11:10 – 11:40 AM (during the 10:55 AM worship services) in room 104. We currently follow Cokesbury’s “Deep Blue” curriculum. For more information, visit deepbluekids.com.
The nursery is available from 8:15-12:15 every Sunday morning. Children ages 6 weeks through Kindergarten are welcome to attend the nursery during worship services. During this time, they can engage in fun and age appropriate activities that are related to the Sunday School lesson or sermon series. We welcome all children. Contact Kristy Varva firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like a tour or to schedule a time to meet staff.
Elementary Sunday School for 1st-3rd Grade
Elementary children in 1st-3rd grade meet in their classrooms (listed below) at 9:40 to participate in interactive Bible lessons consisting of crafts, story time, cooking, games, and more! At 10:20, 1st – 3rd graders share in a time of group praise and worship. Elementary Sunday School follows Cokesbury’s “Deep Blue” curriculum. For more information, visit deepbluekids.com. For more information contact Sandy Minty at email@example.com.
Preteens Sunday School for 4th & 5th Grade
PAC (Preteens About Christ) meets for an opportunity to learn about Jesus, fellowship with other preteens, and worship together. PAC follows Cokesbury’s “Submerge” curriculum, specifically designed with preteens in mind. For more information regarding the curriculum, please visit deepbluekids.com. For more information contact Sandy Minty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children in the Fish, Sheep and Stars rooms participate in an interactive Sunday School lesson and activities each Sunday from 9:40 – 10:40 AM. We currently follow Cokesbury’s “Deep Blue” curriculum. For more information, visit deepbluekids.com.
Elements of Worship
Children in first through third grades are invited to leave the 10:55 worship service with our Elements escort and come to the Lighthouse classroom for Elements of Worship. During this time, we explore the components of our worship services (such as Communion, the creed, use of the hymnal, and sending forth to serve) so that children may understand worship better when they are with your family. Elements does not meet on the first Sunday of the month, so that children may celebrate Communion with their families.
We invite fifth graders to serve during worship services by carrying in the light and assisting the ministers with baptisms and other special occasions. Please see the Acolyte’s Basic Guide and Survey Sheet.