Classes are Sunday at 10:00am in the 3rd floor

classrooms unless otherwise noted.


We take Christian Formation for children seriously, but have fun doing it.  Our Sunday school classes begin with 3 year olds using the Godly Play curriculum.  What is Godly Play? Godly Play is a Montessori based curriculum that engages children in learning through storytelling, ritual, and hands-on activities.  Classes follow the shape of the Eucharist: Hear a story, respond through art or activity of choice, pray and feast together by enjoying a snack, and then dismissed to parents. Children learn and engage in stories of the Old and New Testaments while also learning how to listen, how to treat sacred space, how to treat one another, and how to begin to be self-directed.  Children come into the presence of the mystery of God during class by hearing God’s stories, responding to the story out of love in the following ways: verbally during wondering time after the story, working with the story objects, and by creating individual works of art.

As students progress through the Godly Play Curriculum they begin with the Creation story all the way through the story of Jonah.  They get hands-on experience with the church calendar and get an in-depth look at Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Easter, and Pentecost.  In addition, all ages get exposure to parables, stories about the Holy Family, and baptism.  As children progress through the classes, they learn more about individual people of the bible from Abraham and Sarah to Paul, learn more about the Holy Eucharist, and gain exposure to the Saints.

Classes for Children


Sunday Morning Classes

Classes take place at 10:00am on Sundays. All classes meet on the 3rd floor unless otherwise noted. To register for classes, please contact Becky Moseman—contact details on back.



Godly Play

Program Coordinator: Katie Wilzcek

Classrooms on 3rd floor, Sundays at 10am

Godly Play is a Montessori-based Christian     curriculum through which children deepen their faith and innate spiritual curiosity. Children are invited to connect stories to their personal

experience.  This program prepares them to join worship while developing an understanding of bible stories, symbols, and rites.


3 years through Kindergarten: Classroom 2

Story Tellers: Jacque Swanston, Elizabeth Edwards, and Kristin Jablonski.


1st through 3rd Grade: Classroom 3

Story Teller: Nancy Brock & Katie Wilzcek


On The Edge (5th & 6th Grade): Classroom 5

Leaders: TBA

Information on classes for older youth can be found here.

2020 Youth Evening Classes

The classes are seasonal and serve to enhance the Christian Formation experience for youth outside of traditional Sunday classes. Classes begin in January. Contact Becky Moseman at to express interest. Dates and times are listed with each class


First Communion Classes:

(5 years old and up) Classroom 2

Leader: Deacon Deborah Underwood

This hands-on and interactive class is intended to help children understand the significance of Holy Communion.  January 12th, February 9th, March 15th & April 19th from 4:45-6:00pm

CIT Training

(5th through 7th) Conference Room

Leaders: Becky Moseman and Hannah Middlebrook

This one-day course is required for any young person who wishes to be a leader at events such as Vacation Bible School.  Students will learn about the characteristics of good leaders, small group management and CPR. This class should be taken annually to renew their skills for the new year. This group will assist with the Easter Egg Hunt and the Stations of the Cross in the Church Down Under. March 29th, 12:30-3:00pm, lunch included.

Top: Godly Play builds bonds of friendship and creates community among our youngest members.


Bottom: Crafts made during our First Communion Class, which helps children understand the meaning behind our services and ceremonies.

Sunday School classes begin September 8th. Join us!

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