In Sunday School, children hear stories from the Bible as well as other stories from which they can learn important lessons about life.
Often there are crafts involved, or even baking something yummy in our kitchen.
Christian Education Coordinator Sue Mangold uses the UCC lectionary for guidance in determining the content of each Sunday’s lessons.
Volunteers assist in leading Sunday School. All of our volunteers have been
trained and have had formal background checks.
There is a monthly youth gathering — usually on the second Saturday of the month.
We hope you'll join us for our Youth Hang-Out!
Contact Sue Mangold or Kelly Raber for more information on this month's activity.
On most Sundays, children stay in the worship service for the first 15 minutes or so, so they can hear the weekly children's story. Then they head out to Sunday School.
As a parent, you are welcome to sit with your child during Sunday School if you’d like. If you prefer, you and your child are also welcome to remain in the worship service.
A staffed nursery is available for the youngest children.
For more information on the activities of our Kids 'n Youth, check out our column in The Link, our church's monthly newsletter!