Sunday School

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. 
With the exception of our youngest group (PreK - 1st graders), Sunday School is meeting in-person every Sunday morning for 2nd through 12th graders. (All students and adults will be wearing masks.)  Sunday School teachers can provide a hybrid approach of primarily meeting in-person, with Zoom accommodation for those who need to attend virtually.   

Grades Pre-K - 1st graders meet in-person one time a month only (the first Sunday of the month (9:00 -10:00 am) and meet virtually through Zoom (9:15 - 9:45 am) on all remaining Sunday mornings.

Our youngest age group uses the Growing in Grace & Gratitude curriculum, which is rooted in the foundation of Presbyterian identity where God's grace and our gratitude are the heartbeat of our faith, life, and worship. Children are invited to practice hospitality, generosity, and love as they learn to live their lives as an expression of God's grace. The lessons consist of Bible stories, fun activities, prayer and singing.


Grades 2 - 4 meet in-person, 9:00 - 10:00 am. 

For our intermediate age group, we are using a curriculum called Whirl, which engages children with easy-to-follow lessons based on Bible stories and are supplemented with short videos that address what it’s like to live out their faith when facing questions and challenges.  This curriculum also offers take-home learner leaflets so that families have weekly opportunities together to learn ways kids can put their faith into action.    

Grades 5 - 8 meet in-person, 9:00 - 10:00 am
Trinity’s Junior High curriculum, Re:Form, utilizes a three-year rotation of the following themes: Ancestors (an overview of the major stories, characters, and theology of the Old and New Testaments), Traditions (what it means to be Reformed Presbyterian), and Core (which answers difficult questions adolescents may face as Christians and identifies what the Bible says about them.)  Not only will youth learn these important stories of scripture, they will also come to understand how God always calls the most unlikely people – people much like themselves – to do the most amazing things. 
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Grades 9 – 12 meet in-person, 9:00 – 10:00 am

Our high school students have completed confirmation and are anxious to put their faith into action.  They will continue to learn by developing and carrying out projects of their choosing..