“Jesus said, “Let the children come to me, and do not prevent them; for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” – Matthew 19:14
Jesus lifts up children an example of unquestioning faith. We desire to nurture that faith in our children and in ourselves. Through our Sunday School program, we seek to help our children grow spiritually, develop a relationship with Jesus as well as their Christian brothers and sisters, and to nurture faith that is built on the Word of God.
We are offering in-person classes for all ages; masks and social distancing will be practiced for all ages.
Preschool through second grade will continue to meet in the classroom in the main hall where they have always met. Third through fifth grade will meet in the first room of the basement. (These ages normally have opening in the sanctuary. Instead, we will hold openings in our classrooms in order to limit movement. We will consider the possibility of Zoom after we get started.)
Catechism classes (grades 6 through 8) will meet together in the social hall. See the link here for more information.
High School students will meet at the far end of the basement.
Two Adult classes are currently offered. One is based on parenting and is generally attended by catechism aged parents, but all are welcome! This class meets in the classroom up the stairs and on the right (just before the sanctuary).
Our second adult class is a bible-based class, open to all adults. This adult class plans to meet in the fourth-floor elevator lobby, the top floor by the big windows.
Sunday School at St. John is weekly from the Sunday after Labor Day until the Sunday before Memorial Day (i.e. roughly during the school year). If you would like to know more about Sunday School at St. John, please contact the church office.