Sunday Mornings at Bethel for Kids & Youth 9:30-10:45am
Bethel’s Sunday School Team partners with you to teach your child to know and love and follow the God who loves and redeems them! Come as you are, any time… you are welcome at Bethel.
To get started… Come any Sunday morning to the West Basement at 9:30 am. Enter through the glass BELC door on the west side of the building & head downstairs. Bethel’s Sunday School Team will welcome you and get you started. Bethel’s Sunday School has ongoing open enrollment, so we mean it when we say, come any time! We’d love to have your kids join us! Parents are welcome to stay for any or all of Sunday School, or just drop off and then be back to pick up at 10:45am. All the Sunday School team needs is the information on the registration form – you can either fill one out when you bring your child(ren), or print it out and bring it with you. Please plan to pick up at 10:45am!
Nursery Children under 3 safely play in Bethel’s nursery in the “Green Room” (BELC’s 3-year-old classroom) from 9:30-10:45 am on Sundays! Parents are warmly invited to Sunday morning Bible Study.
Kids in preschool and kindergarten Experience opening with the elementary aged kids in the West Basement, then gather for their own group time for Bible stories and hands-on activities to grow as followers of Jesus.
Elementary kids in 1st – 5th grades Join Kingdom Quest in the West Basement for creative openings, puppet shows, small group Bible time, and application activities to grow as Christ followers!
Middle Schoolers in 6th – 8th grade Be a part of Jr. Bible Study in “The Lounge” (Bethel’s Center Basement room) with activities and discussions and videos around different Bible events and themes relevant to Jr. High kids who follow Jesus!
High Schoolers Hang out in the Youth Room (the Far East Basement room) and be a part of Sr. Bible Study for social time, conversations, and Bible studies incorporating faith in Christ with daily life!
Service Opportunities connected with Sunday School include food pantry collections, sock drive, hygiene item collections for assembling hygiene kits for people at PADS, Christmas cards and Valentines to older folks, and ways to say thank you to local people who serve our community!