Jesus loves me this I know, for the Bible tells me so.
Sunday School at St. Paul's
Sunday School offers exciting and engaging, age-appropriate Bible lessons to help children grow closer to Jesus.
Children ages 4K through 12th grade are encouraged to attend.
What to Expect...
Classes consist of weekly one hour sessions during the school year that are held in the lower level of the church beginning at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings.
Each Sunday, children can go directly to their classroom where they will enjoy age-appropriate Bible lessons, activities and a snack. The teachers may ask parents to sign up to bring a snack. Depending on the lesson, there might be specific snacks that they would like you to bring. All classrooms will be doing the same lesson. If you ask your first grader and your sixth grader what the lesson was about, they will both be able to give you the same answer.
If your child will be turning four years old during the Sunday School year, they are more than welcome to start Sunday School on the closest Sunday to their birthday. You do not have to wait until the following year.
Please let your child’s teacher know if your child has any allergies, sensitivities or dietary restrictions. We want to be sure St. Paul’s is a safe place for all of our children. If you have any concerns or questions, or have a child who would like to sign up, please contact Pastor Robb or the church office.
Sunday School is a great way to get little ones started on their journey of learning about Jesus and His love for us. Children are welcome to attend at any time throughout the school year. We hope you will join us as we share our love for Jesus.
We would like to thank all of our teachers who help spread the love and joy of Jesus into the hearts of the children. If you are interested in being a volunteer, please contact Pastor Robb or the church office.
Sunday School 2019
Sunday School is scheduled to begin Sunday, September 15th, 2019.
Members of St. Paul’s spreading Christmas Cheer by singing loud for all to hear. The group, led by Russel Peloquin, visited the Highland House, Hawthorne Apartments, Piggly Wiggly, Kwik Trip and finished the night by singing carols in the narthex of St. Paul’s for those attending the evening worship service.
Afterwards, the children celebrated with a pizza party.