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Living a Christian life does not come automatically. It comes through study, worship, and learning together. Sunday school is a beginning for children and youth. Sunday school, as well as many other settings for Christian formation, is essential for adults! When people learn to follow the example of Jesus Christ, they become Christian examples, revealing the love of God through their own actions at home, at work, at play, at church, or anywhere they may be. A yearning to follow the example of Jesus leads Christians to recognize the needs of others and to seek ways to serve in God's name. Through Christian education activities at church individuals and families find ways to serve God by serving others.
Children's Sunday School for Pre-K through 5th grade meets in Room C-302
Mary Marks is the principal teacher
The Youth Sunday School class meets in Room A-101 (Finance Office)
Lynne Keiser is the principal teacher
The Open Door Class meets in Room B-201
We select interesting video series with Bibl connections from different authors and publishers. Some of our past series include: "If You Want to Walk on Water, You've Got to Get out of the Boat"; "Fearless"; and "God is Closer than you Think"
We have an annual fundraiser at Christmas to raise money for local missions and church projects.
Leaders are Sandra Herren, Jim Schultz and Walk Keiser.
The Kenwood Spirit Class meets in Room B-205
Spirit Seekers is a multi-age adult class. We discuss contemporary issues on occasion. We also do biblical studies and works by ministers such as Sandra Richter, Charles Stanley or Max Lucado. We enjoy the social acitivies with our group.
Teachers are Sally Rice, and Karen Smith.
The Spirit Seekers Class meets in Room B-206