Sunday School Classes
9:30 – 10:15am

Family Prayer Ground

Pray Ground is a special place that is designated for children where families with children of any age can experience worship together.  Our Prayer Ground is located in Frampton Fellowship Hall where the 10:30 service is live-streamed to the large screen.  There are toys, books, and puzzles provided to help kids stay engage and present.

Sunday Nursery Care (0-3 years old) Open 8:15 -11:45am Sunday mornings

Our experienced sitter staff invites all children under the age of five into our fully equipped nursery and playroom. Our classrooms meet all State requirements and we strive to maintain a safe and enriching environment for our youngest visitors. The staff is trained on church regulations and guidelines. Children 0 – 2 will meet in the Monkey Classroom in Frampton Fellowship Hall and children 2 and 3 years old (must be 2 by 8/31/2021) will meet in the Bear Room which is the corner classroom on the first floor.

Children’s Sunday School Classes 9:30 – 10:15am 

2 and 3 year old class (must be 2 by 8/31/2021) 
The Frolic curriculum is a new play-based curriculum that helps young children experience Bible stories and faith-based storybooks in meaningful, memorable ways.  Throughout the year we will journey through both Old and New Testaments stories, including the Christmas and Aster stories.

4 years old – 3rd Grade
Using the Spark Classroom curriculum, each lesson follows a four-part sequence: Gather, Open the Bible, Activate Faith and Send.  Kids will learn at their level with a focus on hands-on learning.  Children are divided into 2 groups, 4 yrs – kindergarten and 1st – 3rd grade.  Throughout the year we will explore stories from the Old and New Testaments.  These lessons help kids navigate the story and begin to compare what they learn to their own lives.  Classes meet on the second floor of the church.

4th and 5th grade – Challenger Class
Children, by this age, are beginning to wonder what it means to be a Reformed Presbyterian and how what they have learned in Sunday school impacts their own lives.  We will study who John Calvin is and how the Reformed Presbyterian Church was founded, the books of the Bible, Psalm 23 and the Lord’s Prayer.  The highlight of the semester is a weekend retreat to Tickfaw State Park November 19 – 21.  The theme this year is Who is Jesus? And how do I follow him?

SCAPC Weekday Nursery School

For more information about SCAPC’s Weekday Nursery School, visit www.scapcns.org. You can also contact Nursery School Director, Keflyn Fransen (scapcns@gmail.com) or by phone at 504-891-5101.