On Sunday evenings, our youth (from 7th – 12th grade) meet from 6:00-8:00pm on the church grounds. For more information or to be added to the email list, contact our youth director, Chantel Kreiger, at email@example.com
We will continue with the twin themes from last year: origins and one-anothering.
Origins is the study of the book of Genesis. How did it all began? What is the story that we are part of? We will resume our study starting at Genesis 17 and immerse ourselves in the patriarchal history – the drama of God’s redemption unfolded through the broken yet redeemed family of Abraham.
One-anothering is embodying the “one-another” commandments of Scripture. Love one another, forgive one another, encourage one another, etc. So our time together will involve: eating dinner together, worship, interactive Bible study and praying for one-another.
Come and join us!
Sunday School for the 2019-2020 year will meet September 15-June 14, from 9-10AM.
If you have questions or would like to participate, contact Jean Holman at at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rich Loudon at email@example.com.
6th-7th Grade | Mr. Bennett
We will start out the year exploring the gospel-centered life. They will be learning not only what the gospel is, but how, using the apostle Paul’s words, “to walk in line with the truth of the gospel.” The enemy, the world, and even our own flesh can deceive us and hinder our growth in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ, so we’ll be striving to discover what the Bible says about living the gospel-centered life.
8th-12th Grade | Various Teachers
The older grades will be experiencing more of an elective approach to Sunday school with the subject and teachers changing every eight weeks. The wide variety of topics are intended to challenge the students and help them to know God, know what they believe and as Jesus said, know how to “abide in Him.” Here is a snapshot of the curriculum that we have planned for them:
On the 5th Sunday of months with five Sundays, the youth caravan to a retirement home in Issaquah for a worship service with the residents. During these services, they sing treasured hymns, read Scripture, listen to their stories, take prayer requests and, on occasion, share the Lord’s Supper. You can learn more about Sonshine Ministries here.