Children's Sunday School

Our Sunday School program is for children in preschool (ages 2 by September 1, 2016) through 5th grade. We offer a nursery for infants through age 2, childcare is available at the 8:15 am service. If you have an older child, please check out our Trinity Yoots!


Preschool Sunday School (9:40 & 11:00 am)

A place where our littlest disciples will hear and learn the Word of God through Bible stories, music, age-appropriate crafts, coloring and activities. The hour is wrapped up with fellowship around the snack table and joyful fun as friends join together in play.

Elementary Sunday School (9:40 am)
Our young disciples will hear and learn the Word of God through Bible stories, music, age-appropriate crafts and activities.  We use the United Methodist children’s curriculum, "Deep Blue" as it provides theologically sound materials to explore the Bible in fun and exciting ways, while capturing children’s attention and ensuring that God’s message is taken to heart. 

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K5 Worship, Grades K-5 (11:00 am)
Exciting, upbeat, fun, educational — K5 Worship is Children’s Worship and Sunday School all in one exciting hour at Trinity. K5 Worship opens with children worshiping through singing and clapping to upbeat, exciting music while learning the faith traditions of the church. Children take an active role in leading worship and learn about the Bible through an upbeat video presentation.


Things you should know

Check In and Pick Up
At our computer check-in stations in the Education Wing reception area, you’ll receive a personalized name tag and receipt, that indicates where to check in and pick-up your child.

  • If you are a first time guest or not yet in our check-in system, please fill out a “First Time Guest” form and hand write a name tag. We will enter your information into the computer for the following week.
  • If you need to update your information in the computer, please stop by the counter and talk to one of our greeters.

 

Volunteers
We hope that your family can volunteer in our Sunday School  program.  If you would like to volunteer or even be a substitute, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. We just need you! Thanks in advance for your time and service.

Bring in snack!
To help us cut down on costs, we ask your family to bring in snack several times a year in each of your child’s classes.  Don’t worry!  It doesn't have to be fancy!  Please sign up for snacks inside your child’s classroom.

Questions
If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email us at 416.3045.  We’re so excited about Sunday School!

Children's Sunday

Elizabeth Jones, Director of Children's Ministries (416.3045)

Brian Wittstruck, Associate Director of Children's Ministries (416.3008)

Amy Selph, Administrative Assistant (416.3020)

Virginia Lewis, Childcare and Summertime Fun Coordinator

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Sunday School Registration

For the safety of the children, we have a state of the art registration system which ensures that children are checked out to the appropriate adult and highlights important information such as any allergies the children may have.

When families arrive on our campus, we ask that they go to one of six registration kiosks and print out a sticky nametag and corresponding parent pick up tag. Children's Ministry staff and volunteers are also available should families have questions or difficulties using the system. After printing out a nametag and placing it on their child, families are to bring their children to the appropriate classroom and sign them in using the sign in sheet in the classroom.

Upon pick-up, families are to place the pick-up tag on the provided sheet and sign their child out of the class. Should a parent not have the pick up tag, please provide identification or stop into the Children's Ministry office for assistance. Individuals picking up children must be older than fifth grade.