Children's Sunday Church School

**Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, in person classes and gatherings are currently suspended. For more information, please contact the Ministry leader.**

Sundays, 10 - 10:45 a.m.
Children are welcome to attend Church School classes taught by two or more church members* committed to helping each child develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. 


Preschool-aged children enjoy church school in a centers-based classroom with interactive lessons using PCUSA Growing in Grace and Gratitude Curriculum. Children hear a Bible story each week and then have the opportunity to act out the story, create an art response to the story, or retell the story.

Preschool Class Locations
Age 2 by Sept. 1: Room 213
Age 3 by Sept. 1: Room 207
Age 4 by Sept. 1: Room 208


At First Presbyterian Church, elementary children participate in "Trinity Trail," based on a model of church school called the Rotation Model. This model is based on the theory that adults and children alike have different preferences in the way they learn. Children learn Bible stories by visiting a different workshop each week. In one workshop, they might act out the story, while in another workshop they might work on a computer using Biblical software. The rotations change every four weeks. Shepherds greet children each week and guide one class for the entire school year.

If you have questions about Church School for children, please contact Ann Nielsen, Director of Children and Family Ministries, 817.335.1231, ext. 232.

Please note that all adult volunteers who participate in our Children's ministries are trained on FPC's Abuse Prevention System. You can view our Child and Youth Protection Policy here.

*In accordance with our Child Protection Policy, every volunteer working with children has completed a background check process.