Sunday School meets during the school year once monthly following the ‘family night’ Eucharist on a Saturday at 5:00pm. The dates will vary from month to month so check the Special Announcements on the website frontpage.
In addition, all enrolled students will their own packet of material that they can study at home with the parents. These will include lessons for every Sunday. The lessons use the David C. Cook curriculum.
The Youth Group also meets monthly on a Friday night, currently via Zoom.
Students also have opportunities to serve in various parish and outreach capacities. In recent years they have collected donations for the United Thank Offering and the Samaritans Purse, and have both prepared and served dinner at the Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative.
All teachers complete the Diocesan mandated training regarding child abuse, and classes are mostly taught in a group setting with multiple teachers present. The current list of teachers include:
Elizabeth Kye (Youth Group)
Fr. Bartolomeo (Confirmation Class and Youth Group)
The classes are currently using the David C. Cook curriculum. However, religious instruction goes beyond that. The classes learn Christian fellowship and service through such activities as: preparing and serving at the parish breakfasts, baking cookies and serving as wait staff for the St. Nicholas bazaar, collecting donations for the United Thank Offering and the Samaritan’s Purse, and both preparing and serving dinner at the Huntington Interfaith Homeless Initiative.
This year, the students made Easter baskets for those in need.
Below are pictures from the most recent Sunday School class bowling trip.