Sunday School is of an immeasurable value to the church. Our Sunday School is organized to meet the life needs of all children, in an environment of support, encouragement, and exhortation using learning methods appropriate for each developmental level.
Children are introduced to the life-altering power of God’s Word in everyday life. Age-appropriate classes include Bible lessons, crafts, games, interaction, and friendship building. The Scripture reveals that children are special to Jesus.
“Let the little children come to Me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these” (Matthew 19:14).
If the mission of the Sunday School were to be described in one word, that word would be ministry. The Sunday School class can become a cohesive unit in which individual needs of all kinds are recognized and dealt with in the context of a rich relationship. Children have all kinds of needs. The Sunday School, with its foundation on sound biblical teaching, is structured to deal effectively with emotional needs, social needs, intellectual needs, and physical needs. Most importantly, however, the Sunday school is the effective arm of the church to meet spiritual needs, which the church is uniquely qualified to deal with.
The children are the future of the church.