SUNDAY CHURCH SCHOOL

Welcome to the Ascension of Our Lord Sunday Church School!  Our program offers the following classes: Pre-K (must be 4 years old by 9/1/2019), Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th grade classes. Classes for the 2019/20 school year will begin on Sunday, September 8, 2019. 

Click HERE to see the 2019/20 calendar.  

Sunday School Classes for Pre-K through 3rd grade begin at 9:15a.m.  These grades begin with lessons in the classroom followed by attendance and participation in the Divine Liturgy as a class at approximately 10:15 a.m.  Grades 4 through 8 begin their lesson in the Church attending and participating in Divine Liturgy as a class at 9:30 a.m.  Following Holy Communion, these students are dismissed to their designated classroom for a lesson which concludes during coffee fellowship.   

Registration fees are $50/child and families must be stewards of Ascension.  Click HERE to learn more about becoming a steward.  Stewardship cards are available in the narthex. 

We are always looking for anyone interested in volunteering as a Teacher, or a Teacher's Aide!   As St. Paisios taught: “When your children are still small, you have to help them understand what is good. That is the deepest meaning of life.”  If you have any questions and/or are able to assist with our program, please feel free to contact the Sunday Church School Director, Katherine Schreiber (email: katherineschreiber6@gmail.com | phone:(847) 322-4070); or, the Church office at 847.482.1200. 

We look forward to teaching your children more about their faith and strengthening their relationship with God and the Church. Thank you for participating in this wonderful ministry!

If you have further questions about Sunday Church School and/or becoming a Steward, please contact the Church Office (847)482 -1200.

Katherine Schreiber, Director
Sunday Church School

 

 

 

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