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Sunday School

Welcome to Sunday School!
9:30 - 10:15 AM
  September 8 - December 22, 2019

To form the life of Christ in all parishioners,
equipping them to share the love of God in the world

A variety of Sunday School offerings meet each week, September through May, from 9:30 - 10:15 AM in various locations on our campus.


Infants - K2: 9:15 AM - 12 noon, Parish House, 1st Floor
We provide a safe, warm and unconditionally loving environment for the children entrusted to our care. We offer stories, activities, a snack and when the weather permits, children will enjoy one of the outdoor play areas. Contact Emily Dunlap with questions about the nursery or if you would like to volunteer.
Children’s Sunday School Classes

3K - 4K SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:30 – 10:15 am – Parish House

5K - 5th GRADE, 9:30 -10:15 - All Saints Center, Room 200

Join us in an action-packed, high-energy, VBS-style Sunday school in Room 200 of the All Saints Center at 9:30 Sunday mornings.

  • There will be a drive-by drop-off. Kids may be dropped-off at the front of the All Saints Center. Be sure our adult volunteer checks-in your child as you drop them off.

  • At drop-off, let a volunteer know if one of your children is in 5K and needs to be escorted to FaithSteps after Sunday School.

  • Donuts provided for children dropped off between 9:15 and 9:30.

  • Nametags will be in the All Saints Center.

  • Sunday School time includes music, Bible story, arts and crafts, games, and drama.

  • Kids will be divided into two age groups (5K – 2nd and 3rd-5th) as they travel station to station.

  • Pick up is at 10:15 in Room 200 of ASC.


FAITH STEPS, 10:30 – 12:00, Room 127

A worship alternative for children in K3 - K5/Primer during the 10:30 AM service. Teams of parents lead a chapel service, crafts, games, and serve a light snack.


Sunday Morning Formation: Fall 2019
Sunday School meets from 9:30 - 10:15 AM in the All Saints Center
Join us at 9:15 AM for doughnuts and bagels prior to classes starting!
6 – 8th Grade Sunday School: Room 209
9 – 12th Grade Sunday School: Room 204
Faith Foundations (previously Confirmation): Room 100
Youth and Adults 

Faith Foundations (previously Confirmation): All Saints Center Room 100
What is the overarching story of Scripture? How do you use the Prayer Book? What is unique about the Episcopal Church? How do you pray? What makes us similar and different to other religions? Join us as we cover the basics of the Christian and Episcopal faith in this intergenerational offering. Participants will be prepared for Confirmation when they complete the course. Facilitated by the Associate or Assisting Clergy and special guests.

The Rector’s Forum, Parish House, McKissick Refectory 

A Tour Through the Book of Common Prayer

This Spring we will look at the history and the composition of th Book of Common Prayer. The BCP is a rich treasure and we owe it to ourselves to understand more full the breadth, depth and width of this collection of prayers around which we organize our lives and community. From Baptism to Burial, Morning Prayer to Compline, the lectionary and the catechism, we will explore what is is we hold in our hands and hearts when we gather for worship.

Gospel Living, Parish House, Earle Conference Room
How does Sunday’s gospel impact my everyday life? Discover the answer to this question and many others as we dive deep into the day’s Gospel lesson, and seek to understand it in its historical context and how it still applies to today’s world. Facilitated by the Associate or Assisting Clergy preaching that day.
Faith Perspectives, Parish House, Room 223
The purpose of the Faith Perspectives class is to grow together studying various faith perspectives and to honor individual differences with belovedness. The format of outside reading followed by discussion, facilitated by class members, will expand your understanding of faith and its many expressions. The groups will be reading and discussing Fire By Night: Finding God in the Pages of the Old Testament by Melissa Florer-Bixler. Class organized by Jane Clarke & Kitsy Small.
Education for Ministry (EfM): To be determined by group, Thomas Library
EfM is an intensive 4-year study program designed by the Episcopal Seminary at Sewanee to equip laypersons for ministry by studying Old Testament, New Testament, Church History, and Theology. Your one-year at a time commitment focuses on intensive reading and weekly seminars guided by laypeople. For more information, contact Kevin Mertens at 864.282.3100.