Sunday School

Sunday School
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Spring and Summer Children’s Worship

May Children’s Chapel Schedule: Children 2nd grade and younger will begin worship with their parents in Sanctuary and will be invited as a group to join Anne Faurot in the Malott Chapel for remainder of hour.

Mother’s Day, May 13 at 9 and 10:30 a.m.
Youth Sunday, May 20 at 9 a.m. only
Memorial Day Weekend, May 27 No Children’s Chapel

Summer Children’s Worship Schedule: Children 2nd grade and younger will begin worship with their parents in Sanctuary and will be invited as a group to join Anne Faurot outside on the front lawn for Kids WIN (Worship In Nature) or inside classroom #12 pending weather conditions.

10 a.m. on Sundays, June 3, 10, 17,  24, July 1, 8, 15 and 22

Sunday School

Children and youth are invited to participate in Sunday School at Kenilworth Union Church. Programs run from September to May in coordination with local school calendars.

For those under the age of 3, crib and toddler care is available most Sundays during worship.

Throughout the year, several age groups reach milestones in their Christian education.

An overview of the program is below. You may also view details and additional opportunties by age.

Books Of The Bible
Sunday School Parent Committment

Ages 3 through 6th Grade

Join parents for Worship for All Ages at 9 a.m., before accepting an invitation to progress to a Children’s Chapel service. Traditional Sunday School runs during 10:30 a.m. worship during the school year.

7th through 12th Graders

Smell Bacon?  Breakfast Club starts at 10:15 on Sundays! We meet in the Manse (white house at 417 Warwick) until 11:30 a.m.  Besides breakfast, youth enjoy video-based Bible instruction and discussion.  Casual dress and bringing a friend is welcome and encouraged!

Milestones

Baptism

Infants, youth, and adults of all ages may receive the sacrament of baptism.
Infants and young children may be brought forward for the sacrament of baptism by parents who are ready, in and with the Church, to bring up their child in the Christian faith.

Third Grade

In this milestone year, third graders learn scripture by heart that they will encounter throughout their lives. The year culminates in the presentation of a personalized Bible during worship.

Confirmation

Ninth Grade (or older)

High-school aged students engage in the basics of the Bible with the expectation that they can and will be global Christians in an increasingly diverse religious world.

Choose from two paths:

Centennial Confirmation Program
  • A school-year long classroom program plus Confirmation mini-retreat.
Wilderness Confirmation Program
  • Adventure on an eight-night trip where study takes place outdoors in small teams.