Sunday School for pre-k through teens, confirmation
adult education sessions are among the opportunities for Christian
formation at St. John's.
St. John's Sunday School
Sunday School meets the First and third Sunday of each month, during
the 9:30 service. Classes join the parish in worship at the passing
of the peace.
MISSIONARY WORK ALL AROUND US:
"We need to not care so much about
our church as an institution and care instead about its people-their
needs and concerns, how to serve them." --
Senior Warden John
Edwards, pictured here with Junior Warden Jean Bowerman at Convocation
St. John's has two Sunday School groups
dedicated to exploring what it means to be a Christian in our daily
lives, and what our various holidays, feast days, sacraments, and
rituals are all about.
Pre-readers (3 to 5 years
old) play games, make crafts, and sing songs.
Readers (age 7 and up, mostly
young teens) discuss the Old Testament reading, Psalm, Epistle,
and/or Gospel for that Sunday; learn to follow the traditional
liturgy in order to better participate in the service; and plan
future services incorporating their own ideas, with guidance,
to create a suitable and engaging liturgy for people of their
More detailed information on lesson plans and attendance is available
in a binder labeled "Sunday School" kept in the parish