Sunday School

Welcome to Sunday School at OSLC!

Sunday School is scheduled from 10:15 AM – 11:00 AM each Sunday morning. Students attending 9 AM service will be ushered by teachers down to the Fellowship Hall during the last hymn. Students will meet down in the Fellowship Hall for a quick snack. Sing and Praise time will begin at 10:15 AM  in the Choir Room (Across from Nursery at bottom of stairs).

Nursery: Infant – Age 4

Nursery Attendants: Morgan Travis & Emmaleigh Vinson

Childcare is available in the nursery on Sunday mornings from 8:45 AM- 12:15 PM. Infants and young children are invited for supervised play and snacks. Parents are asked to introduce themselves and their child/children to the Nursery Attendant and to personally drop off and pick up their child/children each time.

Pre-School/Toddler Class:  Ages 2 years – Pre-Kindergarten

Teachers:  Krista Gearhart & Morgan Travis

The children in this class will have a playful Sunday School experience using DIG-IN curriculum, rooted in church life. Each lesson has a Bible-centered approach as students will learn more about Jesus. The lesson materials and videos are engaging for young children, with animated characters to which they can relate. This class will have an opportunity to participate in age appropriate singing, activities and crafts.

Elementary Class:  Grades K– 4

Teacher:  Ainsley Hargus

Students will “DIG-IN to the Life of Jesus” this school year. Jesus’ life will come to life and capture the imagination of children. DIG IN moves kids from knowing about the historical Jesus to knowing him personally and growing in a relationship with him. Each week, students watch an animated Bible story video, talk about the story, read their Bible Storybook or Bible, and complete a creative activity.

Middle School Class & High School Class:  Grades 6-12

Teachers: Scott Vana, Monica Cardella and Jo Johannsen

Our middle school and high school students will be using the re:form curriculum this year. The re:form videos and the Anti-Workbook provides individual and group activities to help youth engage the tough faith questions, uncover major biblical themessages and discover how the Bible relates to their own lives. It’s Bible-centered, with just enough quirky tween humor and activities to hold their interest. The youth will also have the opportunity to be assistants in the preschool, elementary and middle school classes, as well as joining some Adult Forum sessions. Service projects and monthly activities will also be planned by the students.

Simply curious or seriously committed,

blessed or broken, loved or lonely,

all are welcome here,

no exceptions.

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