Sunday school offers a fun, caring and enriching program for children enrolled in school in kindergarten through fifth grades. The curriculum reflects the mission and vision of First Community Church.
On Sunday mornings, children attend worship with their families for the first 10 or 15 minutes of the service. Through exposure to rituals such as community moments, hymns, prayer, and baptism, the children learn to feel comfortable with the church experience. The children are then excused to their classrooms.
Times and Places
Sunday school for kindergarten through fifth graders is offered at:
9 and 11 at North Campus
Kindergarten Rose Wing room 211
First Grade Rose Wing room 209
Second and Third Grades Rose Wing room 213
Fourth and Fifth Grades Education Wing Rm 123
10 at South Campus*
Kindergarten through 3rd Grade Lincoln Road Chapel, main floor
Fourth and Fifth Grade Lincoln Road Chapel, The Loft
During summer (June through early September), Sunday School is offered for children who have finished Kindergarten through those who have finished 5th grade.
*At South Campus, all the children in kindergarten through fifth grade are escorted from the main sanctuary to Lincoln Road Chapel, where they come together for offering and a prayer before going to age-grouped classrooms.
K-5 Sunday morning lessons are biblically based and age appropriate. The curriculum provides the children with basic religious education, enhances their sense of spirituality and develops their feeling of belonging to a church family.
Please take a moment to register your child for Sunday school. It is important that we be able to reach you in case of an emergency during your child’s time with us. Registering also provides us with crucial allergy or other health information and ensures that you receive up-to-date information about schedule changes and special events and opportunities. Thank you for helping us to provide the best possible care for your child.
Sunday school is taught by a trained and experienced leadership team. However, volunteers are crucial to supplement classroom supervision. Two people are needed in each classroom for safety. No experience or special skills are needed, just a smiling face and helping hands. Each new volunteer is placed with an experienced leader. Thank you!
Click here to volunteer at 9 at North Campus
Click here to volunteer at 10 at South Campus
Click here to volunteer at 11 at North Campus