Sunday School Classes are held from 9:15 - 10:00 a.m. Please gather at 9 a.m. for fellowship so that classes start on time.
Newborn-Under 2: Room 1 (Nursery) in the Wesley Wing--lower level of the Red Brick Administration Building.
Age 2 to Under 4: Room 2 (Nursery) in the Wesley Wing--lower level of the Red Brick Administration Building.
Pre-K kids through 5th Grade: "Gospel Play"
Our hearts are shaped and formed through a life of worship. This is true for all generations, especially children! Gospel Play is an imaginative approach to teaching our children how to live lives of woship. It supports, challenges, nourishes and guides children into God's larger redemptive story within liturgical life together. In every Gospel Play session we are spiritually directing children to encounter Jeasus Christ and the power of the Gospel.
(Classroom location for Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade - Room 5 in the Wesley Wing--lower level of the Red Brick Administration Building)
Youth Sunday School: Joining "Theology of the Body" at the Whitefield Center, 1st Floor
See below for description . . .
Adult Sunday School Options
Theology of the Body - Fr. Marc Robertson and Jane Saunders: Meeting at the Whitefield Center during Lent beginning on February 18th
We will be teaching from Pope John Paul II's classic, Theology of the Body. Marc will be joined by Jane Saunders who will be a guide for those of us engaging in the “Daniel Fast”. We will discuss how fasting interacts with us as physical and spiritual beings.
The Story of Joseph - Chip Welch: Meeting in the Chapel during Lent beginning on February 18th
We will be lead in an overview of the story of Joseph, the climax of the book of Genesis which touches on several central foundational themes that undergird the entire Old Testament.
Combined Youth and Adult Offereings
Catechesis - Fr. Joe Gasbarre: Meeting in the Whitefield Center on the Second Floor
Catechesis is a continual process of passing on the historic Christian faith to one another. This class focuses on core Christianity. We live in a culture where we cannot assume what people know about Christianity. Our aim is to empower people to know the faith, see it become their own, and confident enough to talk about it with others. We study the essence and implications of the Gospel, the Bible, the Creeds, the Lord’s Prayer, Anglican identity, and the Ten Commandments. Anyone is welcome to attend, especially new members and those desiring to be confirmed in the Anglican Church in North America.
For more information regarding our Sunday School classes, please contact the church office at 912-355-7730.