Sunday School!

Join us in the study of God's Word on Sunday mornings from 9:30am until 10:30am.  We have Sunday School classes for ALL ages!

  • Nursery/Pre-School meet in the nursery

  • Primary (K-4th grade) meet in the SW basement classroom and are studying from the "One Room Schoolhouse" curriculum, led by Linda Davis

  • 5th - 12th grades meet in the NW basement classroom, led by Alice Robson

  • Mosaic residents meet at Mosaic North Home, led by Nancy Stonebraker

  • "Builders" (Adult) meets downstairs in the kitchen and use the Wesley Bible Curriculum, led by Rose Doubrava

  • "Seekers" (Adult) currently are meeting via Zoom at 9:15 am.  They use a variety of curriculum including the Wesley Bible Curriculum, "That the World May Know" DVD series in the Holy Land, and others, led by various adults


Other services available:

  • Nursery for infants to Pre-K in nursery

  • Bus Pickup:  Please call Tami McGreevy (785-531-0003) for a ride



You might ask "Why is Sunday School important?" Here are some reasons why it is important:

  • Age Targeted Teaching: Children get Biblical instruction that's focused toward their
    developmental abilities.

  • Friends: In Sunday School, children will build positive friendships with their peers by discovering
    God's Word together.

  • It's Fun: Sunday School is not Disney Land, but the teachers do work hard to teach the Bible in
    ways that are relevant and fun for kids.

  • Builds Courage: Sunday School teaches children not to be afraid of attending church.

  • Spiritual Mentors: A dedicated teacher can be a Christian role model who supports parents and
    helps inspire the faith of their children.

  • Praying Teachers: Teachers consistently pray for children's faith to grow.

  • Big Reward for a Small investment: Sunday School can equal over 900 hours of Christian
    teaching before a child graduates.

  • Send the Right Message: Making Sunday School a priority shows kids that God's Word really
    does matter more than pillow time.

  • Adult Bible Fellowship: While the children enjoy their class, parents can fellowship with other adults in their own Bible study group