Children

Sunday School: The consistory being convinced that our children need to know, love, and serve our Lord Jesus Christ with all their heart, soul, and mind (Matthew 22:37-40) sees the need to continually educate our covenantal children in the Scripture. (Proverbs 22:6). In order to promote, encourage, and structure the training of our children the consistory mandates the Sunday School Committee to:

  • provide Biblical instruction to the children on Sundays following a worship service
  • organize the various classes according to age
  • organize special programs in December and at the end of the season before the summer break.

Sunday school classes meet after the morning service for 45 minutes. There are, in total, five classes that range in age for all to learn.

  • Nursery Class: Preschool to Kindergarten (Ages 3-5 and 6 if still in Kindergarten)
  • Intermediate Sunday School: Grades 1 โ€“ 4
  • Senior Sunday School: Grades 5 โ€“ 8
  • Catechism Class: Grades 9 โ€“ 12

Sunday School Resources

Nursery Class to Intermediate Sunday School Bible verse and Psalter memorization. For Bible verse hover or click onto reference for viewing of passage.

DATEMEMORY BIBLE VERSEPSALTERTO LYRICS & MUSIC
March 26, 2023Philippians 4:9Psalter 203:3
http://www.prca.org/resources/worship-devotional/psalter/item/2119-203-life-with-god
April 2, 2023Philippians 4:10Psalter 203:4http://www.prca.org/resources/worship-devotional/psalter/item/2119-203-life-with-god
April 9, 2023 - Easter Sunday
April 16, 2023Philippians 4:11Psalter 203:5http://www.prca.org/resources/worship-devotional/psalter/item/2119-203-life-with-god
April 23, 2023Philippians 4:12Psalter 140:1http://www.prca.org/resources/worship-devotional/psalter/item/1965-140-penitential-prayers
April 30, 2023
Philippians 4:13Psalter 140:3http://www.prca.org/resources/worship-devotional/psalter/item/1965-140-penitential-prayers
May 7, 2023 - Practice for Children's Program
May 14, 2023 - Closing Program

Consider the following...

Even Moses could not carry those tables in his hand without breaking them, nor can I do any better than he did.

— Charles Spurgeon