Sunday School

Join us Sunday mornings at 9:45am.

As Iron Sharpens Iron, so One Man Sharpens Another.

Proverbs 27:17

Our Sunday school consists of many differing topics and studies that we offer throughout the year. 

Current Offerings

Confronting Christianity - Fall Sunday School Class
In the Fellowship Hall Dr. Atria Larson, Mary Beth McGreevy, and Chris Smith will take turns teaching through Christianity Today’s book of the year in 2020, Rebecca McLaughlin’s Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion. In our age, religious faith is contested, and that often results in a faith that is fragile. In this class we will consider a number of questions which present a stiff challenge to the Christian faith and work through them together. You are welcome to purchase the book, but it is not necessary for the class. Contact Chris Smith for more information at csmith@cpcstl.org.

Young Adults Sunday School

Taught by Noah Brink. Room 1 in the basement of the church. We will be studying the book of Daniel and how it shapes our ability to engage with the world around us. Email Noah for more information: NBrink@cpcstl.org

Colossians

Taught by Dick Tiburzi & Jim Gray. This class formerly met in the Mare Room, but is now meeting in the sanctuary transept.

Youth & Children

Youth

Children

We meet every Sunday morning in the Youth House at 9:45a.m. Our group divides into three classes:
7th-8th Grades
9th-10th Grades
11th-12th Grades
Sunday Mornings at 9:45am
Sunday School helps our children learn the story of God’s fantastic dealings with people, the way He has worked to bring us to Himself, and continues to work in the world today.

Sunday School classes vary in topic and activity depending on age, but all classes include Scriptural teaching, Bible memory opportunities, and a variety of hands-on activities to communicate Biblical truths.

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