Church School Curriculum

Ages 2 – 4 (Preschool)

Growing in Grace and Gratitude

Growing in Grace and Gratitude is rooted in the foundation of Presbyterian identity where God’s grace and our gratitude are the heartbeat of our faith, life, and worship.

This curriculum extends an invitation to discipleship that inspires children to learn and practice hospitality, generosity, and love.

It also reaches beyond Sunday morning, encouraging children to live their lives as an expression of God’s grace.

Kindergarten – Grade 5

Feasting on the Word

The Feasting on the Word curriculum is based on selected passages from the Revised Common Lectionary, a series of texts for each Sunday used by many churches in the Reformed tradition.

The biblical background for the curriculum is drawn from the award-winning Feasting on the Word commentary series published by the Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. Through a variety of age-appropriate activities, students engage questions about each focus scripture:

  • What is important to know about this text?
  • Where are God’s will and activity found in this text?
  • So what does this text mean to me?
  • Now what is God calling me and us to do through this text?

When parents and children explore the same Bible passage in study or worship, families can more easily live out their faith together.

It also provides leaders with study notes to enrich their own growth in faith as they prepare each session.

Grades 6 to 8 (Middle School)

The Bible, God’s Story of Faithfulness

The Bible—The Story of God’s Faithfulness is a survey of the Old Testament especially designed for middle school youth. This curriculum teaches the key stories of our faith so that middle schoolers learn of God’s faithfulness and guidance of God’s people across cultures and centuries.

Grades 9 to 12 (High School)

Fuel for the Heart, Mind, and Soul

You need good fuel for your heart, mind, and soul. On Sunday mornings we go to the best stories in the Bible, the best works of literature, and the best films to see what God has done for us.