Sunday School Programs

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Sunday mornings at Rosedale United are just a good time!

Our Sunday School program is for kids in JK – Grade 6. Children begin the service 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 lead by a trained volunteer, kids explore and interact with Bible stories as they learn about God’s never-ending love for them. Using a rotation-based curriculum, kids are having fun as they learn how to follow Jesus in their own lives. Our activity-based stations include art, drama, science, cooking, video and 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 youth@rosedaleunited.org

Curriculum

We are presently using two curricula in our Sunday morning programming; ‘Come and Join the Circle’ is a rotational-model curriculum and 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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