Sunday School – Sept. 25th

SUNDAY SCHOOL – 10:30 am

Classes meet in the Heart Classroom for children ages 4-6 and the Treasure Classroom children ages 7-12 located in the Smith Education Building. Registration continues – so if you have not yet registered your child, please see one of the teachers for a form for each child participating.

We will be painting so wear something to paint in – in other words – plan on their getting messy! The children will be creating a special item for the upcoming Silent Auction.

Childcare for infants and children up to 4 years of age are available with Tina in the Nursery also located in the Smith Educational Building.

For campus locations, please see Directions and Campus Map.


Hello Parents and Guardians – if this is your student’s first time with us, please arrive a few minutes early to register your child.

We follow safe church practices, so its important that we know who’s in attendance, have parents(s) or guardian(s) check children in-and-out, and provide us us with any important details including contact info in the event of an emergency. Teachers are happy to help 🙂

Education building doors are locked 10 minutes after church service begins for added security…so give yourself a little extra time this first day. Thanks so much and we look forward to meeting you!


This Sunday’s readings are: Psalm 146 or 91:1-6,14-16, The First Reading is Amos 6:1a, 4-7 or Jeremiah 32:1-3a, 6-15, The Second Reading is 1 Timothy 6:6-19, and the Gospel is Luke 16:19-31.


The Memory verse for Sunday is: “I will sing and praise the Lord God for as long as I live.” – Psalms 146:2-4 (CEV)

WHAT’S COMING-UP – Mark Your Calendars!

OCTOBER 2ND: NO SUNDAY SCHOOL this day – instead families will gather together to celebrate Family Eucharist in the sanctuary. There will be a special service & animal blessing in honor of Saints Clare and Francis de Assisi who lived in Italy during the 13th Century.

Be sure to bring your pet, stuffed animal friend or photo of beloved animal family member who may not be able to attend for a blessing.

Children will assist with this special service by (1) filling water bowls for the pets, (2) serving as greeters, and (3) reading the prayers of the animals.

A “Cake and Kibble” reception in Cowans Hall for Humans and outside on the Plaza for our animal friends will follow the service.  A memorial poster will be on hand for individuals and families to write the name of pets that are no longer with us.


For questions or interest in volunteering, contact Sue Beckham, Family Ministry Director.

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