Formation for Adults, Children and Youth
Join us for the Fellowship Breakfast at 9 am in the Barr Center before attending Sunday School.
Our menu this Sunday: Continental Breakfast. Our sponsor: Men of Saint John's.
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Youth and Children, 9:30 am
3K and 4K Our youngest Sunday School students will participate in the Little Lambs curriculum, which allows them to explore scripture and their faith in an engaging, age appropriate manner. This class meets downstairs, across from the Children’s Chapel and nursery.
5K-2nd Grade This class will continue with the Holy Moly! curriculum, which combines video lessons with storytelling, activities, and discussion. Their teachers will help them understand how their lives relate to the scripture they read each Sunday. This class meets upstairs, in Room 226.
3rd-5th Grade Our oldest elementary students will use Episcopal Children’s Curriculum this year, which is new for St. John’s. This curriculum combines ongoing, progressive activities with games and challenges, and incorporates lots of interesting discussion. 3rd-5th graders will meet in Room 215 upstairs.
Middle School & High School Middle Schoolers & High Schoolers will meet upstairs in their respective youth rooms. There, they will engage in curriculum designed for students their age. Middle Schoolers will cruise through the New Testament, while High Schoolers are taking a “crash course” on the theology of the Holy Trinity.
Adults, 9:30 am - THIS SUNDAY - New Classes
The Wired Word
This class applies Scripture to current events in our nation and in the world. If you like discussing your faith in the context of the real world, with a small group who have a diversity of viewpoints, then you’ll love The Wired Word. Moderated by Brock Dillard; Parlor, main level of Heyward Hall.
Equipping the Saints
We begin a new series in Equipping the Saints, the class that meets in the Multipurpose Room. The Divine Economy will follow the Gospel of Luke's lead in asking us to consider our economic lives as venues for Christian discipleship. This Sunday, Fr. Beasley will introduce the series and lead a consideration of a theology of work. Is work a curse, imposed on Adam and his descendants after the fall? Or is work a blessed opportunity to share in the creative power of God? Come and see!
Adults, First Sundays of the month, following the 8 am service
Drive Through the Gospels: The Extraordinary Life of Jesus Christ
This series takes us on an adventure telling the story of Jesus from the locations recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Traveling to over 50 ancient sites in Israel, these action-packed episodes delve into the history, archaeology, geography, and art surrounding the birth, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Class meets in the Barr Center Dining Room. Breakfast provided.
Class is led by Davis Bourne.