Summer Sunday School

Summer Sunday School is available online via Zoom this summer.
Please sign your child up based on the grade they just completed.
  • Kinder – 2nd is at 9am
  • 3rd thru 5th is at 9:30am
  • Preschool is at 10am

Sunday School

Sundays at 9 and 10:30am September to May 

Children who are three years of age on or before July 31, 2019 through 5th graders can participate in Sunday School. Children MUST be fully potty-trained. Kids and their leaders gather together to explore the Bible, enjoy fun activities, pray, and grow in faith through small groupsThey explore Old Testament stories each fall and New Testament stories in winter and spring. During each class, all students gather as a large group for music, mission moments and object lessons. 

Transition Two

Sundays at 9 and 10:30 am September to May 

Part nursery care and part Sunday School, Transition Two is designed for children who are two years old. This classroom includes some elements of Sunday School but also does more free-play than our typical preschool room. They attend the preschool large group, read the weekly Bible story and do craft projects. Children do NOT need to be fully potty trained to attend. Please register for Transition Twos on the Children’s Ministry Registration Form.

Children's Ministry Registration 2020-21

All children must register and check in. Children who are two years of age on or before July 31, 2020, through 5th graders can participate in Children’s Ministry.   

Registration is not yet available for the 2020-21 season. 

Check in stations are in the west lobby, the preschool gathering area and the nursery. Computerized name tags and pick up tags print during check in. Name tags include the assigned classroom, allergies and a parent pick up code. Parents drop off and pick up from assigned classrooms. Leaders match the pick-up tag code to each child’s name tag to ensure children’s safety. If the pick-up tag has been lost or destroyed, leaders will request proper photo i.d. or contact a coordinator to verify the parents’ identity.