Sunday school for children 3 years old to 5th grade will begin on Sunday, October 6th at 10:00 am in the Sunday school room A located across from the Nursery. Our teachers this year are: Brook Davis, The Rev. Mary Kroohs, Alvie Dove, and Gail Boaz. This year St. Anne’s will be using the “Weaving God’s Promises” curriculum for children ages 3 years old- 5th grade.
Weaving God’s Promises for Children is a comprehensive, three-year Christian education curriculum for children ages 3 (preschool) to 11 (5th grade), developed and written exclusively for the Episcopal Church. The program is titled Weaving God’s Promises after the process of faith formation in which we learn how God’s promises of salvation are inextricably woven into our lives.
The “Mission” of Weaving God’s Promises for Children
To help children experience how God’s promises of salvation are woven into our lives.
To give children a solid grounding for future youth and high-school formation programs, preparing them for Christian adulthood.
To foster the spiritual formation and growth of our children in Christ’s love and mercy and to teach the spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation.
For Youth in grades 6th-12th we will be offering the program “Echo the Story” every Sunday at 10:00 am am in the Rite 13 room off of the parish hall. Echo the Story is a weekly dive into the Bible that blends storytelling, creativity, reflection, conversation and prayer to help us find how the story in the bible connects to the lives we live today. Through videos, journals, group discussion, and use of creativity, Echo the Story sets the foundation of creating community while exploring the scriptures and our lives. This class is taught by Katarina Holmgren, Director of Youth Formation.
For more information about Echo the Story, please click here