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Children's Sunday School

Preschool Sunday School

We offer a complete preschool Sunday School ministry for those age 3 - Kindergarten during both morning services. Children may participate during one or more services depending on the needs of each family.

Primary Sunday School

Because we think it is important for elementary aged children to worship with their parents in a worship service, kids of this age (especially 3rd grade and up) are encouraged to attend either the 8:45 am or 10:30 am Sunday School class rather than both. We've created a "Kids in Worship" booklet to help them stay engaged during the worship service. These are available at Children’s Building Welcome Center, or the Welcome Center in the Worship Center Lobby.

During the 10:30 am service in the summer, instead of regular children's classes, we have a family class for 1st - 5th graders and their parents.

Special Needs

We minister to children with special needs in the Children's Building during both morning worship services. We provide a flexible, safe, and welcoming environment to share the love of God and the joy of His gospel.

Planning your first visit?

When you arrive on Sunday, visit the Welcome Center in the Children's Building lobby. Volunteers will be happy to assist you with check-in and locating your child's classroom. If you'd like to save a few minutes, you can pre-fill and print a family registration card at home.

Registration Card


  1. Holiday Sunday School

    Volunteers are needed to serve as shepherds in our preschool and kindergarten classes during both morning services on December 22 and 29 as we give our regular preschool Sunday school teachers a well-deserved holiday break.

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  2. Sunday School Volunteers

    Full-time and substitute service opportunities are available for adult volunteers in preschool classes, elementary classes, and the resource room during both morning services.

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Sunday School Schedule

    • 2019-11-17
    • God Makes a Covenant With David
    • 2 Samuel 7
    • We should rejoice and trust in God’s gracious promises.
    For the Ride Home
    For the Ride Home
    • What are the things the Lord promised David?
    • How long would his kingdom last?
    • What descendant of David fulfills this promise God made to him?
    • What promises has God made to you?
    • Can God do all things?
    • Yes, God can do all His holy will.
    • 2019-11-24
    • God Forgives David
    • 2 Samuel 11-12:25
    • God is gracious and willing to forgive those who repent of their sin.
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    For the Ride Home
    • What did David do that displeased God? How did he cover up his sin?
    • Was David sorry for his sin? When did he finally confess his sin?
    • What were the consequences of his sin? Did God forgive him?
    • How should you respond when you sin?
    • Who made you?
    • God made me.
    • 2019-12-01
    • God Gives Solomon Wisdom
    • 1 Kings 2:1-4; 3:1-15
    • We should ask God for wisdom to understand and obey Him.
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    For the Ride Home
    • Who became king after David?
    • What did Solomon ask God for?
    • How did God respond to Solomon’s request?
    • Do you need God’s wisdom? How can you get it?
    • Why did God make you?
    • I was made to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.
    • 2019-12-08
    • Review
    • 1 Samuel 18 - 1 Kings 3
    • We should submit to and worship God as King
    For the Ride Home
    For the Ride Home
    • Who were the first three kings of Israel? What do we learn from their lives?
    • What are some of the main events in 1 and 2 Samuel and the beginning of 1 Kings?
    • What do we learn about God in these books?
    • What else did God make?
    • God made all things.
    • 2019-12-15
    • God Announces the Messiah's Birth
    • Matthew 1:18-25; Luke 1:26-38
    • We should worship Christ as Savior, Lord, and God.
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    For the Ride Home
    • Who came and talked to Mary? What did he tell her?
    • How did Joseph respond at first to this news? Why did he change his mind?
    • How should we respond to the birth of Christ?
    • Why did God make all things?
    • For His own glory.