Elementary Classes

9:00 Kindergarten

Curriculum: Great Commission Publications (PCA)
Kindergarteners are FROGs this year (Fully Relying On God)! 
Fall:  We learn lessons from the Old Testament that show God's power and love for his world and his people.

 

9:00 1st & 2nd Grade Boys

Curriculum: Great Commission Publications
Each week brings new activities, crafts and games that help us enjoy and learn Bible lessons that all point to Jesus.
Fall:  We will look at stories in the Old Testament and see how God loves and takes care of his people.

 

9:00 1st & 2nd Grade Girls

Curriculum: Jesus Storybook Bible, The Gospel Story Bible
The girls sing and dance Bible verses, then hear and draw the Bible story.
Fall: New friends and a whole new room to sing, dance, and learn the gospel in this year!

 

9:00 3rd & 4th Grade Boys

Curriculum: Great Commission Publications, New Testament Overview
The entire Bible is one story of God loving and redeeming his people.  This year, we will look at each book of the New Testament.
Fall:  We look at the four gospels learning about Jesus' life on earth.

 

9:00 3rd & 4th Grade Girls

Curriculum: Great Commission Publications, New Testament Overview
The entire Bible is one story of God loving and redeeming his people. We will spend this year looking at each book in the New Testament.
Fall:  We will look at the four gospels, Jesus' life on earth.

 

9:00 5th Grade

Curriculum: Names of God & Sovereignty of God (Children Desiring God), Catechism (Great Commission Publications, PCA)  
Fall:  We will look at a different name of God each week and talk about why this characteristic is important.  We'll also spend time praying for and getting to know one another.

 

10:45 K/1st/2nd Grade

Curriculum:  Pictures of Jesus                     
Starting in Genesis and moving through the Bible, each week we see a different picture of Jesus.

 

 

 

10:45 3rd/4th/5th Grade

Curriculum:  Pictures of Jesus
Starting in Genesis and moving through the Bible, we look at a different picture of Jesus. We see that the whole Bible points to Jesus, our Savior.