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Sunday School for Children

NURSERY (Birth to ages 1, 2)
Room 112
Teachers: Rotating

Donna Hill, Jamie Stewart, Hearther Roberts, Leslie Smith and Robin Mundy are among the fine ladies who will rotate staying with the youngest members of our church family as they experience God's love.

Room 106
Teachers: Ellen Deese, Julie Jessen

Theme: Jesus is the Savior

This quarter our children will be studying Jesus' love for His people, His death and resurrection, His ascension, the promised Holy Spirit and the Lord's return one day. They will be reminded that God's children are helpless and must depend on Jesus, thanking Him for His goodness to them. Our preschoolers and kindergarteners will rejoice over our Savior's victory over sin and death and celebrate as He is raised again on the third day!  With God's blessings, may your preschoolers learn that the Lord Jesus Christ is tryly the living Savior.  May they respond to the message of salvation with faith so that they can say, "I love Jesus.  He is my Savior."

Room 10
Teacher: Stacey Hall, Ashley Abernathy

Theme: Studying God's Word

During the 13 weeks of this quarter your children will focus on what it means to be devoted to God's Word.  Using stories from both the Old and New Testaments, the children will study the importance of God's Word.  They will learn about those who followed God's Word and those who failed to obey it.  They will find out about Jesus and God's Word.  They will discover what it means to hide God's Word in their hearts and live by it. 

Rooms 18
Teacher: Lauren Henderson

Theme: Telling Others

The first unit of study this quarter focuses on Jesus, our loving Savior and risen Lord.  He suffered and died on the cross to atone for our sins.  As foretold in the Scriptures, He rose from the dead, and before ascending to heaven He told his disciples to take the gospel to the whole world promising to send the Holy Spirit to enable them to do the task.  The second and third units will ephasize the power of the Holy Spirit in the lives of our students and their responsibility to tell others about Jesus.