SunDay school

St. Paul's offers Sunday School opportunities for the entire family! We invite you to attend Sunday school as a wonderful opportunity to grow in the Word of God and and in your relationships with others at St. Paul's.

SUNDAY SCHOOL AT HOME

This curriculum was created for multiple ages in one classroom, which makes it a great option for families to use at home together during this time of staying at home. Options for younger and older children, size, and ability help you tailor the lessons to your family's needs. Checkboxes help you choose and prepare the activities for each lesson, allowing families to learn together each week even when we are apart. Complete at a time that works for your own family. There are also extra activities with each lesson that you can use if you wish. We can't wait to be together at Sunday school again soon, but we hope this helps your family stay focused on God's Word and Son while we wait! 

MAY 24 | AN ASCENDING TRUTH

MAY 17 | A REVEALING TRUTH

MAY 10 | A TREE VIEW

  • ZOOM  (Sunday May 10 @ 10:30 A.M.)

  • Lesson Plan

  • Activity Page

  • Zacchaeus Video

  • Activity: On a piece of paper, trace around your forearm and hand, with fingers spread to make a tree trunk and branches. Use a green colored pencil or crayon to write traits along the branches that describe you and who God has made you to be! Write your name on the trunk of the tree. Jesus called Zacchaeus by name to come down from the tree and knew everything about Zacchaeus and loved him! Jesus knows your name, too, he knows our traits and personality, and he loves YOU!

MAY 3 | A SHEPHERD LOVES

APRIL 25 | A PRAYER LESSON

APRIL 18 | A MERCY-FULL MESSAGE

  • ZOOM Meeting Link (Saturday, April 18 @ 11:00 A.M.

  • Lesson Plan

  • Activity Page

  • Good Samaritan Video

  • Activity Idea: Some of our neighbors who are really impacted by the stay-at-home orders include the elderly--particularly those living in care homes who can no longer see the visitors they are used to having stop by. Write a note or draw a picture to mail to the Golden Age Home. You don't have to write/send to a specific resident; simply address the envelope as below, and the notes/cards will be shared with a resident who may need a smile!
    Golden Age Home
    attn: Front Desk/Any Resident
    724 N Main St
    Cheney, KS 67025

APRIL 12 | A LIVING TRUTH: JESUS RISES

  • Lesson Plan

  • Activity Page

  • Sing your favorite Easter hymns!

  • Share the good news! Text your friends and St. Paul's family (with your parents' help if needed) "Christ is Risen!" Your friends from church will probably have a reply back ;) 

APRIL 5 | A CRUSHING TRUTH: JESUS IS CRUCIFIED

Our curriculum does not have a specific lesson for Palm Sunday, so below are a couple ideas for celebrating at home. 

Youth Sunday School

Youth Sunday school is offered for preschool-high school students. We use a team teaching approach, so your child will experience serveral different individuals sharing God's Word and investing their time and efforts in the youth of St. Paul's. We start together as one large group for opening that involves sharing prayer requests and prayers, recognizing birthday and baptism birthdays, and singing traditional Sunday school songs. Kids then split into different classes to go through the weekly lesson from CPH's Enduring Faith curriculum. Our theme for this year is "Donut you know Sunday school is SWEETER with you!" We'd love to have you sweeten our classes by attending!

For  more detailed information, please see our 2019-2020  Sunday School Information Handout

Adult Sunday School

The JOY class is continuing the book study Connected to Christ, Why Membership Matters by Peter Speckhard.  This CPH book presents biblical reasoning for why church membership is a crucial aspect of Christianity.  You are a part of the body of Christ.  You matter.  Membership matters.  Come join us in the 7th-8th grade classroom in the school.

 

The basement class is continuing the DVD series The Odyssey of St. Paul featuring Dr. Paul Maier.  Aside from Jesus himself, no one had a greater influence on the founding of Christianity than Paul of Tarsus.  Dr. Maier takes us along on Paul's journeys.  Come join us in the basement.

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH & SCHOOL

639 N Lincoln St, Cheney, KS 67025

316-540-0115

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