The mission of the Sunday school is to train and educate the young children of the parish in the fundamentals of the Holy Orthodox Faith. The church school program starts at Pre-K and continues through high school. It is taught by volunteers from the parish using an approved Orthodox curriculum.
The church school year starts the first Sunday of September and continues through May. Classes meet directly following the children’s Holy Communion in the Lower Level Church School classrooms. The church school teachers and staff often participate in educational workshops and seminars sponsored by our Antiochian Archdiocese. Once a month a sermon addressed to the children is presented by one of the priests. For more information contact Directors Samia Zolnerowich and Jennifer Buchko at email@example.com.
Antiochian Village 2017
Registration for Winter Camp continues, with only a few spots remaing. The session will be February 17-20, 2017 and is open to children in 7th-12th grades. Also, registration for Summer Camp 2017 is now open for children ages 9-17. Sessions will fill up very quickly; please do not hesitate to register your children. The AV website is avcamp.org Please feel free to contact them or Samia Zolnerowich at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. (Please note: if your family is in financial hardship, please see Fr. Isaac about assistance to pay for camp.)
Do you enjoy learning? Are you looking for a challenge? Do you want to help the children in our parish grow to love and know Christ? Do you want to help teach the traditions of our church? We have the perfect place for you! Come and join our Sunday School staff. No previous experience is required. We will provide training, curriculum and eager learners.
We also have opportunities for children to participate in the liturgy as Altar Boys. Please contact our Altar Manager, Peter Aburdeineh at email@example.com if you are interested in learning more.
Links and Resources:
Especially for parents from the Antiochian Website:
Great book for children to learn about the Divine Liturgy and can be ordered from the Orthodox Christian Education Commission
The Gospel Online provides the Gospel reading for each Sunday in 5 different levels and includes discussion questions. The reading is paraphrased for the younger children to help their understanding. A great tool to help your child prepare for Liturgy.