SUNDAY SCHOOL

 

First Presbyterian offers a wide variety of Sunday School programming.  Our classes cover every age group and a wide variety of interesting topics (see the table below for specifics).  Sunday school classes start each Sunday at 9:45 am and go until 10:45 am.  

 

2017/2018 Class and Curriculum List

 

Class

Teachers

Curriculum

Sunshine Class

(Preschool-Kindergarten)

Nancy Daniels & Alicia Boone

 

This class will be following the Growing in Grace and Gratitude curriculum published by our own denomination. Through fun and engaging lessons, our youngest class will learn to live their lives as an expression of God’s grace and as committed disciples.

 

1-2

Grade

Wendy Christian &

Jennifer Ward

 

This class will be following the Godly Play curriculum for the 2017/2018 school year.  Classes will focus on creative biblical storytelling, communal wondering and spiritual reflection through the use of various artistic and creative mediums.

 

3-5

Grade

Chris Campbell & Savannah Dickson

 

This class will also be following the Godly Play curriculum for the 2017/2018 school year.  Classes will focus on creative biblical storytelling, communal wondering and spiritual reflection through the use of various artistic and creative mediums.

 

Middle and High School

Joel Stanley

 

The Middle and High School class has been working its way through the book of Romans and applying its teachings and arguments to the context of the contemporary American teenager through the use of the Serendipity Bible.

 

Pastor’s Class

Rev. Curtis Christian

 

In the Fall term the Pastor’s class will focus on the Gospel of Luke and the differences and similarities between Luke and the other two Synoptic gospels, Matthew and Mark.

 

Women’s Class

Jackie Vance

 

The Women's Class uses materials based on participant interest and scriptural value and selected and determined by all class members.  Currently they are reading and discussing HALLELUJAH ANYWAY by Anne Lamott.  Past studies have included Adam Hamilton, Richard Rohr, James Moore as well as Presbyterian Reformed materials.

 

Literature Class

Lynne Shearon

 

Our Literature class continues to enjoy hot coffee and find spiritual connections within the realm of contemporary literature.

 

Bible Class

Un Chol Shin

 

The Bible Class is currently engaged in the study of the Apostle Paul’s letters to Romans, which is believed to be the first book written in the New Testament. The main theme of the class discussion is how Paul’s ideas influenced the writings of Mark, Matthew, and Luke.

 

 


RETURN TO EDUCATION