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Sunday School (Ages 3 – 18)

In Sunday School we have been talking about the Burning Bush and how God knows us each by name. The 1st/2nd grade class created their own candle holders to remind us that God is always with us.

Sunday School is an important part of Christian education and faith formation at Good Shepherd. Sunday School is available at 9:45 AM on Sunday mornings for all ages from 4 years old to high school. We also offer Adult Bible Studies on Sunday morning at 9:45 AM. Visitors are welcome in any of our Sunday School classes or studies at any time. If you need to know the location of the classes, please visit our map page here: Sunday School Maps 2019.

If you have any questions, please contact Janice, Sunday School Superintendent.

We currently use the Sparkhouse Online curriculum: sundayschool.sparkhouseonline.org

Sunday School Registration for 2019-20

If you have a child ages 3 through high school, please stop by Fellowship Hall after either service on April 7th or 14th to register your child for next year’s Sunday School class.  If they are already registered, we will just verify that none of your information has changed.  Thank you!

Sunday School Help Needed for Next Year

We are looking to round out our teaching teams for next year.  Please contact Sunday School Superintendent, Janice, if you would like to find out more information about what grades are still needing help, or if you would like to be available as a substitute teacher or assistant.  Volunteering in any youth Sunday School class requires first taking the Children and Youth Protection class.

2019-20 Sunday School Schedule

-Our new schedule will be posted soon

Salt Crosses made by our 1st and 2nd grade Sunday School Class
This week, we began talking about the four friends who carried their paralyzed friend through the roof to see Jesus and be healed. Here are Lily & Gwen, two of our 2nd Graders, carrying their friend through an obstacle course to see just how hard that task was.