Sunday School

During COVID-19 our worship times and opportunities have changed. You can find info about our services at this link or can tune into them virtually at our YouTube channel, and offering other forms of fellowship and bible study on social media through ZOOM.

You can find our channel at this link each Sunday afternoon!


Each fall, corresponding with the school year, our Sunday School rooms fill with children, excited to learn more God, our Heavenly Father; Jesus, His Son and our Savior; and the Holy Spirit. RELC’s Sunday School takes a break for the summer but classes resume in the Fall. Sunday School occurs at 9:40 am till 10:30 am on Sundays from September (after Rally Day) till the end of May.

At Resurrection, wschoolrege welcome all children, starting at age 3, to our Sunday School. Pre-school children receive a picture Bible when they begin their religious education. Our Sunday School is part of our Faith Stepping Stones starting with Grade 3, when the children receive a reading Bible; and culminates at Grade 8, when our youth affirm their faith and become members of the church.

Every Sunday, we will hear about people in the Old Testament befoschollreg2re Jesus was born; or we’ll hear about Jesus in the New Testament; his travels and the wonderful help he gave people along the way. There will be lots of songs to sing, activities relating to the lesson, and prayers to help us talk to God.

You can register for Sunday School online in the form below!

Classes & Times
Sunday School – age 3 to 8th graders: 9:40 am till 10:30 am (September to May)

We also offer a Wednesday Night LAMBS program for 1st to 5th graders at 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm (September to May), Underground Youth Group for 9th to 12th Graders (year-round, check this link to learn more about Wednesday night programming and groups) and Confirmation class: – 7th & 8th graders – 6:30 p.m. Check this link to learn more about confirmation.

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Sunday School Superintendent

Lynn Donahue serves as our Sunday School Superintendent.

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