Sunday School Programs

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Sunday mornings at Rosedale United are definitely a good time, but they’re also much more: our teaching time offers kids a safe, inquiring, and thoughtful space to learn about God, to grow in the teachings of Jesus, and to serve alongside the Spirit!

 

Our Sunday School program is for kids in JK – Grade 6. Children begin the service in the sanctuary with their parents for a time of singing, prayer and welcome.  Following a short “children’s time” kids move to special age-appropriate programming in our lower level gym. In small groups, each led by a trained volunteer, kids explore and interact with Bible stories as they learn about the teachings of the Christian church and about making a difference in the world. Our activities include art, drama, science, cooking, videos and active games.

 

 

 

We hope you’ll join us!

 

 

 

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The Minister for Children and Youth is Rev. Kristin Philipson, and she is responsible for overseeing the Sunday School program which is offered each week. Please contact Kristin if you have any questions at kphilipson@rosedaleunited.org

 

 

 

Curriculum

 

 

 

We use the ‘Seasons of the Spirit’ curriculum follows the mainstream church Lectionary.

 

 

 

You can explore this a bit here on their website.

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Christ is Risen! An Easter Sunday Sermon

Rev. Kristin Philipson, Luke 24:1-12 A couple of weekends ago I got a text from a friend, it was Saturday afternoon.  “I know it’s short notice,” she wrote, “but do you want...
Read

Reflections for Palm Sunday: Sharing our Deepest Convictions

By Corey Copeland, Rose Mina Munjee, and Rev. Dr. Anne L. Simmonds, Luke 19:28-40 A Reflection by Corey Copeland: If I had to focus on one conviction at the very bottom of...
Read

Sermon: People Change

Rev. Kristin Philipson, John 12:1-8, Lent 5 So I googled “keys to successful relationships” this past week and got all kinds of insight.  People in successful relationships...
Read

Rev Dr. Anne Simmonds

2019-04-17 Rev Dr. Anne Simmonds When we initiate a “new beginning” in our life, it can be exciting and energizing.  When a “new beginning” is thrust upon us, coming around...
Read

Sermon – ‘Learning To Not Know’

March 31, 2019  Doug Norris Before I begin to preach, let me say a bit about how it has been to be a preacher here.   In this 20 square feet of floorspace.    This is all...
Read

Community Calendar

April 2019
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Rosedale United Church

159 Roxborough Drive
Toronto, Ontario,
M4W 1X7 Phone: (416) 924-0725
E-mail: churchoffice@rosedaleunited.org
Mon. to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.