Children’s Formation

Children’s Sunday School

Children’s Sunday School for children ages four through fifth grade takes place from 10:15 – 11:00 a.m. in our Sunday School classrooms during our 10:30 a.m. service.  Following their classes, children are accompanied by their teachers to the service, where they return to their parents during the Peace, so that they might receive Holy Communion as a family.

Our Sunday School classes use the Weaving God’s Promises curriculum. This curriculum helps to teach children how God’s promises of salvation are woven into our lives. To teach children the way of Christ, not only in the church but also in the world as Christ’s ambassadors. All of our Sunday school teachers and volunteers are Safe Church trained and background checked, so that we can maintain a safe environment for all of our children.

In addition, our program encourage a sense of community — both in the fellowship shared together and in outreach beyond our church doors through gifts to a food pantry, LEARNworks BRIDGE program, Angel Tree or creating art for those on our prayer list.

Would you like more information about PreK – 5th grade Sunday School or to volunteer with our Children’s Sunday School?


I am thrilled to say that we had 97 children in attendance for Sunday School on the Opening Day! What a fantastic morning, followed by a wonderful Church Picnic. Children came into Sunday School excited to meet their teachers, see new and old friends and to re-engage in their church life. We welcome new children each and every Sunday. We would love to get to know you and your children.

PreK – 5th gade Misson/Outreach Projects

During the month of December, we collected hats, gloves, deodorant, shampoos and toothpaste for the Mooresville Soup Kitchen. The patrons were very thankful for these items to help them get through the cold weather.

In November each child was encouraged to bring in non-perishable items to help fill Thanksgiving boxes for families in need in Davidson. We were able to feed over 30 local families.

In September we collected books for LEARNworks Bridge program. We helped them fill their library shelves for all of the 6th and 7th-grade students in the program. The 2nd/3rd-grade classroom won a doughnut party for collecting the most books!

In October, we kept helping LEARNworks Bridge program by collecting individually wrapped snacks and fruit for the kids. We wound up collecting an entire garbage bag of food for the kids. How wonderful is that!! The K/1st-grade class donated the most snacks and won a doughnut party!