Discipleship+Children+Youth


 

PLEASE NOTE: There will be no Sunday school

this Easter Sunday, April 20th.

 

Children’s Sunday School 

 

Children’s Sunday School is held during “Second Hour”, following the Children’s Message (11:00AM – 11:45AM). Children (grades K-6) will be led down to their classrooms by their teachers. Parents should pick up their child(ren) shortly after morning worship.

 

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GROW, PROCLAIM, SERVE!

Early Elementary (Pre-K-1st Grade– Rm. 4)

Middle/Older Elementary (Grades 2-6 – Rm. 3B)

Our children continue this fall with Grow, Proclaim, Serve! a curriculum that incorporates Bible stories, activities, crafts, media, and games into a full faith experience for children.  Each Sunday during Second Hour, children learn ways of understanding the stories of the Bible and grow in their faith by leaps and bounds!

CLICK on the image to the left to learn more about this curriculum!

 

 

Youth Sunday School 

 

Sunday school for Youth (grades 7-12) will be held on the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Sundays,

during “Second Hour”(11:00AM – 11:45AM).  Following the Children’s Message, youth are invited to go down to the Youth Fellowship room for class.

 

NOTE: There is no Sunday school for youth on the 1st & 2nd Sundays of each month.  On those Sundays youth (grades 7-12) must remain in worship.

 

 

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Jr. & Sr. High (Grades 7-12) - Rm. 1 - Lower Level)

We have been experimenting with our Jr./Sr. High class, using a variety of methods to help youth engage the stories of Scripture and discuss matters of faith.  While we continue to make use of the Season of the Spirit curriculum, we have also begun using the NOOMA DVD series as a way to spark discussion.  And this fall we will be incorporating the memorization and re-telling of Scripture. 

 

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For more information regarding Christian Education at First Baptist please contact Rev. Jason Alspaugh at jalspaugh@fbcdayton.org or Linda Thomson (Chair, Board of Christian Education).

 

 

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