Christian Education for Youth

 
Saturday Church School – 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM (Lunch at noon)
Church School runs from September through June

 

The Church School program provides Bible study and instruction, as well as other cultural enhancement activities. Students are provided with the biblical foundations critical to faith development in an atmosphere that provides support, encouragement and fellowship with other youth and our adult staff. All youth are welcomed and registration is free. The following classes are available:

 
Nursery Class – Ages 2-3
Primary Class – Grades 1 and 2
Junior Class – Grades 5 and 6
High School Class – Grades 10, 11, 12
Kindergarten Class – Ages 4-5
Primary Jr – Grades 3 and 4
Jr. High Class – Grades 7, 8, 9
 
Youth Bible Class (ages 12-17) – Sundays 11am – 12 noon (immediately following worship services).
Class focuses on exploration of topical and contemporary issues, with the goal of assisting our students with applying biblical principles to life.
 
Vacation Bible School (Church School culminating activity)
This is a combined program offered with churches of North Brentwood, MD. The program lasts for a week; each evening begins with dinner at 5:30, followed by devotions and classes for Nursery students through Senior Citizens. Vacation Bible School is open to all, and registration is free.
Other programs serving our youth:
 
MENTOR Program
The MENTOR Program provides academic tutoring for students in elementary, middle and high school – All subject areas. Mentors meet with students at the church on Saturday afternoons – 12:30-2:00 PM. Registration is required and is free.
 
SAT Prep Program
The SAT Prep Program is a ten week program that offers weekly 2 hour intensive study sessions on-site in math and writing skills, to prepare students to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Students utilize the Kaplan SAT Study guides, participate in the weekly classes and have homework assignments, all intended to enhance their performance on the SAT Test.

 

Sessions are held in the Fall and Spring, and registration is required. A nominal registration fee is charged to cover the cost of books and other materials used for the course.