Confirmation: 8th Grade

Confirmation Sunday is April 15. There is a breakfast at 9:30am in Kissling Hall and the 8th graders will be recognized in the 11am Worship Service.

Instead of the typical September - May class, we will be having two 8-week sections on Sunday mornings. We hope that this different format will foster a stronger sense of community amongst the 8th graders, their teachers and mentors as we strive for consistency in smaller bursts of time.

In Room 310/311

Part 1: September 10 - October 29

Part 2: January 21 - March 11

During the time that the 8-week sections are not meeting, the 8th graders will go to the Middle School Sunday School Class in Room 304.

Teachers: Diane Tuttle and Chris Wrenn

Throughout this school year we will look at God’s relevance to our lives by identifying the core values and beliefs that we hold. Youth will be challenged to consider the meaning of baptism and Christian lifestyle. Through group discussion as well as group retreats, service projects and time with adult mentors, this class will prepare those choosing to be Confirmed as members of the church on April 15, 2017. Want to hear more about this? Breanna has created a video explanation. Click on the image on the left!

Middle School Sunday School

High School Sunday School

6th & 7th Grade re:form

Education Building: Room 304

Our 6th and 7th graders (as well as our 8th graders at times) will be using the re:form curriculum which uses videos, activities and “anti-workbooks” to “explore their faith and ask the questions they actually wonder about the Bible, creed, disciples, Jesus, other beliefs, and hot topics.” This is a great curriculum with lots of options and allows us to spend time getting to know each other better and laugh at some silly videos.


High School Sunday School

Location: Youth Building (729 Post St.)

Sometimes our high schoolers need places of reprieve; a break from the busyness of school and life. Since our youth go to so many different schools, Sunday School is one of the places where they can gather and share about their lives, ask for advice, respond to challenging questions by their teachers and in turn learn more about themselves, each other and, most importantly, their faith journey.