Sunday School

Each week as the children meet for Sunday School, they learn something associated with what their parents are hearing and go home wih some questions to ask. In this way, we encourage parents to be involved in what their children are learning and to maintain their role as the primary source of training and nurture for their children. They get to grow, develop and interact (admittedly at different levels) together!

The children also have opportunity each week to practice serving as they help prepare (when possible), arrange and serve the treats after our service. The children love being involved and contributing each week, and we are always happy to enjoy the treats they serve!

Families are important to us and we seek to be sensitive to encourage aspects of family in all that we do.  

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