"If you call the Sabbath a delight and the Lord's holy day honorable,
and if you honor it by not going your own way, then you will find your joy in the Lord!"
-Isaiah 58:13,14

Current Classes for Adults

May 5 - May 19 | Frampton Fellowship Hall
Parents and children are invited to meet in Frampton Fellowship Hall for our Family Sunday School Class. The theme is emotions in the Psalms. Each week we will explore a different emotion with lots of activities and projects for families to work on together. We will continue this theme through June 24 with our children 2nd grade and younger during the 9:30 a.m. single worship service.
May 5 topic: "What Are Emotions?"
May 12 topic: "Friendship"
May 19 topic: "A Pentecost Lesson"

March 24 - May 19, 2024 | Phifer Library
The letters to the Philippian and Galatian congregations illustrate the passion and intensity of Paul's writing. Together these letters provide a compelling portrait of a theologian and social critic of rare power and insight whose legacy continues today to spark heated debate. If we can catch even a little of Paul's vision, we are likely to be transformed. We may find ourselves called, like Paul himself, to a fresh vision of what God is doing in the world and to participation in the crucified body of Christ.

Class Recording for March 24, 2024

Class Recording for April 7, 2024

Class Recording for April 14, 2024

Class Recording for April 21, 2024

Class Recording for April 28, 2024

Class Recording for May 5, 2024

Class Recording for May 12, 2024

Past Classes for Adults



Youth Sunday School is offered for all 6th-12th graders between Labor Day and late May in the 3rd floor Youth Room. In addition, we occasionally post Sunday School on our Instagram page: @SCAPC_Youth. For details on youth programming, visit our youth page (click here).



The Challenger Class (grades 4-5) meets in a special place that is set up with sofas and chairs where students can explore their faith, ask questions, and begin to verbalize what they believe. This year’s class topics include Psalm 23, the books of the Bible, John Calvin, the Apostle’s Creed, and The Gospel According to Dr Suess.

The Annual Challenger Class Retreat at Tickfaw State Park is scheduled for November 3–5. Our theme is "Who is Jesus"?


Our 3 year-olds through 3rd graders use the Spark Classroom curriculum. Each lesson follows a four-part sequence:
GATHER – Beginning the day by gathering together and trying a warm-up activity
OPEN THE BIBLE – Opening Bibles and explore the day’s story
ACTIVATE FAITH – Becoming engaged in the story they just read by using their leaflets
SEND – Finishing with a closing activity & prayer.

Children gather by age group for classes with a focus on hands-on learning. They are divided into three groups: 3 yrs to PreK, Kindergarten-1st grade, and 2nd-3rd grade. They engage in Bible stories with lessons packed with activities, interactive games, and creative crafts. Throughout the year we explore stories from the Old and New Testaments. These lessons help kids navigate the stories and begin to compare what they learn to their own lives.


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


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 – 3 will meet in the Bear Classroom which is the corner classroom on the first floor.

For information on children's choirs, acolytes, junior baptism buddies, and communion servers, visit our Children's Ministry page (click here).