Atonement’s Church School is a dynamic Christian formation program which includes learning, worship and music, and service to others. Take home material promotes conversation between parents and children to encourage sharing their faith journeys and “stories.” We seek to help our children develop a relationship with Jesus Christ through prayer and sacraments, foster their sense of the presence of the Holy Spirit in their lives, and become active members of the faith community.
During the pandemic, our Church School has met on Zoom. Beginning on Sunday, Oct. 11, when the church returns to in-person worship two Sundays a month, the Church School will meet in-person on in-person Sundays, and on Zoom, on the other Sundays. Confirmation class will attend and help lead one in-person service each month, and meet on Zoom for the remaining Sundays.
When we return to our normal weekly in-person worship services we'll go back to the usual format: Each Sunday morning children begin worship with their parents in the Church. After the Collect, they are dismissed to attend Church School (around 10:05 am). The Church School meets downstairs in Fellowship Hall. This is for children in grades K-6. A second group, Confirmation class for grades 7-9 meets upstairs in the Reception Room.