“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it”. (Proverbs 22:6)
The Sunday school aims to foster within each child the desire to discover God in a personal way. The Church strives to nurture their spiritual growth and bring them into a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Sunday school commences every Sunday along with the church worship service at 8:30 am. It comprises of two sessions – the general session followed by the classroom session.
The general session commences with prayer followed by singing of action songs and choruses. The senior children and volunteers lead the little ones in lively singing. Those gifted with the talent of playing musical instruments, accompany the singing. Children are encouraged to share testimonies of God’s goodness towards them at the end of this session, along with wishing and praying for those celebrating their birthdays on that day and the week ahead. At times speakers from outside missions are invited to handle the session.
The children are then segregated into their classes depending on their age group as Beginners, Pre-primary, Primary, Juniors, Junior-High, Intermediates and Seniors. In each class a Bible lesson is taught using the CEEFI syllabus and supported wherever necessary by other resources. Children are encouraged to memorize verses from the Bible. Coloring for tiny tots, games and activities for the other children are added to make the classes more interesting and lively.
The group-wise classes is conducted in an environment of learning and sharing which presents an opportunity for the children to interact more freely and informally with their respective teachers. During class the children are encouraged to ask questions, make prayer requests and share.
Children are also shown film on the life history of great missionaries which has always been a great challenge to the young minds and has enabled real transformation of lives.