Sunday School

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Trinity is blessed with a strong legacy of taking children’s faith formation to heart.  What’s more, we are blessed with a wonderful team of leaders and teachers who are committed to helping children learn about and experience the amazing story of God’s love for each and all of them, as they come to discover foundations of the faith.  Below is a description of the class and curriculum breakdown of our Sunday School Program for the 2016-2017 programmatic year.

Ages 3 – 5

During the Sunday School hour (9-10 a.m.) we offer a class specifically designed for our children 3 – 5 years of age.  The class centers around the popular IMG_3410-Land meaningful curriculum, “Godly Play,” which helps children explore their wonder and innate sense of the presence of God.  Specifically, children will explore their some of Scripture’s most meaningful lessons through stories, songs, hands-on activities, and intentional play.

Grades 1 – 3

Our younger elementary Sunday School class will venture through a new curriculum, “Growing in Grace and Gratitude.”  Each session of this class is rooted in Bible stories that reveal God’s love and grace.  Children and their IMG_3361-Lleaders will celebrate the meaning of this grace in their lives as they encounter the living God.  Through fun activities, prayer, and singing, they will gather each week in God’s love and explore how joyful it is to respond!

Grades 4-6

 Trinity’s older elementary Sunday school meets in the Youth Room, where they explore Sparkhouse’s video-based curriculum, “Connect.”  This class takes tweens on a journey through the Old Testament and into the New Testament, exploring the connections between several stories each 679113547_EqPJG-Sweek.  The curriculum includes 10 unites, with six lessons in each unit.

Grades 7-8

Trinity offers a Sunday school class tailored for youth in Jr. High.  Utilizing the “Re:Form” curriculum (which is video-based), students will unpack 40 lessons throughout the year that tackle all sorts of meaningful questions about the Bible, Christian creeds, discipleship, who Jesus is and what he did, and other “hot topics.”