Spring Sunday School
Noah's Nursery: Infants and toddlers will have fun in Noah’s Nursery (Rm. 3) with Miss Stephanie and Miss Linda. There they will get their first and most important introduction to our loving God. Stimulating visual, tactile and auditory experiences will engage little ones and connect them with God.
The Rainbow Room: Our youngest preschool age learners (ages 3-4) will meet in the Rainbow Room (Rm. 4) with Miss Shanda and Miss Katie. This quarter, children will learn that Jesus cares, Jesus is Alive and The Bible is God's book.
The Desert Room: Older pre-K and kindergarteners will walk with Jesus through his life on earth along with the crowds who follow him, the friends who saw him glowing on a mountain, and the friends who saw him alive again! Best of all, they’ll learn to walk with Jesus each day of their lives.
The Ocean Room: Early elementary students will be guided in the Ocean Room (Rm. 15) by Mr. Josh and Miss Anne on an adventure through the Bible! They will build a relationship with God and believe the Bible is His Word. As they practice finding and studying Bible verses, they will learn to celebrate, trust and obey God more fully.
The Rainforest Room: Older elementary students will gather in the Rainforest Room (Rm. 17) with Miss Linda and Miss Chris. They will encounter these astonishing accounts of powerful weather in the Bible: a bronze snake stopping deadly earthquakes, Elijah calling fire from heaven, and the weird weather of the last days. The forecast? These spectacular Bible stories will get kids more excited than ever about the Bible!.
The Sky Room: Pre-teens (5th-7th grade) will tackle challenging issues of faith, friendship, temptation, choices and more each week in the Sky Room (Rm. 16) with Mr. Tom and Miss Shannon. Students will encounter a question from the historic Christian faith through creative, provocative humor, illustrations and animation. Each question is presented in simple terms to encourage exploration and discovery. They will use an Anti-Workbook that offers multiple types of engaging activities such as drawing, interviews, photo reports, scrapbooking, Web searches, and an occasional thumb war.