Youth Sunday School Options:
Nursery ages 0-3: Lower Level Nursery
Preschool ages 3-5: Lower Level Blue Room
Kindergarten-Grade 1: Lower Level Yellow Room
Grades 2-3: Lower Level Green Room
Grades 4-5: Lower Level Teal Room (left side)
Middle School: Lower Level Teal Room (right side)
High School: Lower Level Youth Room
Offered during Sunday School as well as during both services.
Leaders: Sharee Witt and Lori Johnson
Topic: He Established a Testimony – 64 Lessons (19-20)
God has testified of His glorious deeds and mighty power. This curriculum explores God’s greatness by noting key themes found chronologically throughout the Old Testament. Bible stories are not written out; teachers prepare the lesson through the study of Scripture using a list of key themes, opening illustrations, and application questions to acquaint children with a great God whose character never changes.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Leaders: Donna Buschmann, Elizabeth Fjelstad and Mindy Bilhorn
Topic: Jesus: What a Savior – 40 Lessons (19-20)
Our children (like us) are helpless sinners, deserving of God’s eternal wrath. Children need to hear this truth so that they, like us, can turn to the perfect and only remedy—the free gift of salvation through Jesus the Savior! Each lesson in the curriculum Jesus, What a Savior! is designed to present the material, including Bible stories, in a way that proclaims the centrality of the greatness and worth of God. This chronological study on redemption focuses on God’s revelation of His Son, Jesus, as the one and only hope for desperate sinners—the good news of the Gospel!
2nd and 3rd Grades
Leaders: Kim Kindschi, Rachael Zimmerman and Alyssa Gonzalez
Topic: Faithful to All His Promises – 40 Lessons (19-20)
Faithful to All His Promises is a Sunday School curriculum for children on the promises of God. Children will not simply learn about some of God’s promises, but rather, they will discover what it means to trust in those promises which are God’s gift to us, not something we deserve. Faithful to All His Promises begins by teaching children what a promise is, what makes God trustworthy with these promises, and who these promises are for. Then children get to explore some specific promises from God to see how He has been and will be faithful to each of those promises.
4th and 5th Grades
Leaders: Linda Romblom, Madeline Gillham and Cassie Anderson
Topic: How Majestic is Your Name – 40 Lessons (19-20)
The names of God in the Bible are a reflection of His character, which is so glorious that He cannot be described by a single name. His character is communicated in hundreds of names progressively revealed in the Bible. But the focus of How Majestic Is Your Name is not the many names, titles and references to God. These are merely the structure to show the greatness of our God. Each lesson presents glorious truths about God and encourages students to see and rejoice in His goodness and greatness.
Middle School (6th, 7th and 8th Grades)
Leaders: Erik Anderson and Jeremy Bilhorn
Topic: My Purpose Will Stand – 40 Lessons (19-20)
God is present and active in the world, orchestrating all things to serve His eternal purposes. All His purposes are good and right, and are accomplished with perfection. As the Sovereign Creator of the world (and everything in it!) God has the right, power, wisdom, and righteousness to rule the universe.
The goal of My Purpose Will Stand is to reveal God and His glorious work of providence that through the Holy Spirit’s work in the teaching of His Word, students would respond to God in faith as they look for God’s providence in all things—meditating on His works, seeing the big picture of God’s work in the world, and seeing the hand and heart of Jesus in all circumstances of their lives.
High School (9th, 10th, 11th and 12th Grades)
Leaders: Toni Flood and Rosemary Williams
Foundations is a class about church doctrine offered to our high school students during the Sunday school hour. The curriculum builds from one year to another with the primary goal of helping our young adults to be biblically literate, doctrinally sound, and dedicated to living a Christian life. Students will also have the opportunity to be baptized and to become church members.
Contact Christian Education Director, Mindy Bilhorn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 289-3090 with any questions.