What you need to know about children's Sunday School at John Knox
September 13th is Rally Day and the beginning of a new year for John Knox's Sunday School program. Many new and exciting features will be a part of the 2015 - 2016 program. Read below to learn more about the Sunday morning children's program. Family Registration Forms can be printed and completed prior to Sunday morning.
Sunday school offerings
Follow Me: 3yrs-6th grade room 131 at 9:30 am
Children have an innate sense of the presence of God. Our Follow Me worship space and materials were created as special place where children come to encounter God, to be still withGod and to listen to God. It is a place where children come to nurture their spiritual life. This approach helps children to explore their faith through story, to gain religious language and to enhance their spiritual experience though wonder and play.
Children’s Choir: 3yrs-6th grade rooms 108-109 at 10:15 am
Oh come, let us sing to the Lord; let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation… Psalm 95:1
Children’s choir will meet regularly throughout the year, offering songs of praise and thanksgiving several times throughout the year. A formal schedule will be available at the first gathering on September 20th.
Wise in the Word 10:30-11 am 3yrs-6th grade room 107
Wise in the word is making Scripture Memory fun! Each Sunday children will have the opportunity to share their verse with an adult and earn Bible Bucks to redeem prizes in the Christian Education office. Scripture verses will be given during Sunday school class.
Growing in Grace & Gratitude: grades 1-3 room 135, grades 4-6 room 138
Each session of Growing in Grace & Gratitude is rooted in Bible stories that reveal God’s grace. Children and their leaders will celebrate the meaning of this grace in their lives as they encounter a living God. Through fun activities,prayer, and singing, childrenwill gather in God’s grace and learn to respond joyfully in gratitude.
All children are welcome in all of our programs. With strategies such as visual schedules, consistent routines, clear expectations and other accommodations as needed we are able to discover and practice grace