Sabbath School

Sabbath School

Maxine Seivwright, Superintendent

Historically, Sabbath School is the beginning of worship on the Sabbath Day. It is the department that combines the following entities into the worship experience of all who attend: Bible Study, Fellowship, and focus on the community and the global mission.

The Sabbath School is comprised of age and interest appropriate Bible Study units. The fellowship program begins with music and prayer, which is then followed by the study of topical themes such as Relationships and Prophets of the Bible.

Throughout the quarter, programs incorporate global mission needs with focus on faraway places like Croatia, exotic missions in Africa, Australia and Inter-America.

The Sabbath School is open to everyone from infancy through the centennial years. We invite you to experience Bible Study and contribute to the very fabric of the church in the worship of God.

The Study Units are as follows:

UNIT AGE
Beginner/Cradle Roll 0-4
Kindergarten 4-7
Primary 7-10
Junior 10-12
Earliteen 13-14
Cornerstone 14-18
Collegiate 18-35
Adult 18+

Join us for challenging and informative study of the Bible, while sharing information and services to our communities through global outreach.

There are some resources online for those who are interested in reading the Adult Sabbath School Bible Study Guide at www.ssnet.org. Also, we have the Guide at www.guidemagazine.org, a magazine targeting the Juniors and Earliteens. We also have the Insight magazine at www.insightmagazine.org targeting Earliteens and Cornerstone.