Welcome!

We believe that each child is a precious gift from God, and that parents play such a vital role in the formation of faith in their children’s lives. We want to partner with you to build a firm foundation for a lifetime of learning.

Through weekly Sunday School at The PATH on Sunday mornings, Bible story time with the preschoolers at the Presbyterian Day School, week-long Vacation Bible School during the summer, and lots of great intergenerational special events all year long–we want to provide opportunities to live out our mission of connecting with God and each other, growing and transforming through following Jesus in all we do, and serving God and one another.

We look forward to seeing the amazing things God can do as you parent through the phases of childhood and beyond.

The PATH Sunday School

BETTER TOGETHER

It is our hope and prayer that when kids join us for Sunday School that they walk away with life applications to meet the week ahead, whether at school, at home, on the field, or in the pool!

Our curriculum, Orange (http://www.thinkorange.com), has been developed with a strategy in mind: meet kids where they are at, in each phase of development, and teach them to learn to trust Jesus in a way that helps them love God, themselves, and the world around them.

A typical Sunday School gathering will include an informal time with a small group leader, worship time, Bible story time, and lots of fun activities that give hands on experience and solid reinforcement of the bottom line for the day's lesson. Kids leave with weekly devotions to reinforce the lesson, and parents receive a ParentCue recap and easy to implement ways to keep the lesson going all week long. It's a win for the whole family!

Sunday School meets during The Gathering 10:30 a.m. informal worship service. Families first meet in worship in the Sanctuary, then kids head off to The PATH following the Welcome and Announcements at the beginning of the service.

Come join us any Sunday!

Looking for some great resources as you parent through the phases? Click on the link below!