We have moved to an online and
at-home format until further notice.
During Sunday School at Aldersgate, children ages 3 to 5th grade, are invited to dive deep into God’s word. We’ll have adventures, hear exciting Bible stories, and learn how to live as disciples of Jesus through service – just like Jesus taught!
Children can be dropped off in the basement 10 minutes before Sunday School begins. Because we value the safety of our children we have instituted a new computerized check-in system. This system requires that you check-in your child and get a nametag. Checking your child into Sunday School help to ensure the safety of our children, as well as provide peace of mind for parents leaving their children in our care. The check in system and nametag printer are located in the at the bottom of the stairs.
If you are new to Aldersgate please register above, so we have your information into our system making check-in quick and easy.
Our Curriculum this year is “Deep Blue Connects: At Home with God” This curriculum helps families grow in faith together as children take what they’ve learned in Sunday school and dive deeper into the stories at home with their families. Children will explore families in the Bible, build loving relationships, and find out what it means to be part of God’s family!
As a Deep Blue Kid your child will learn to…
Be with God
Love God and neighbor
Understand themselves as children of God
Explore faith and the Bible
Deep Blue offers meaningful and engaging curriculum, encouraging children to “dive deeper” into the Bible and explore their faith in fun and age-appropriate ways.
We love the Deep Blue! To learn more about them feel free to check out their website here: https://www.deepbluekids.com
Please fill out the enrollment form at the bottom of this page and hit the submit button, so we have the information we need about children who are going to be in our program.
Volunteers at Aldersgate who work with children and youth have completed special training through a Biblically-based boundary awareness and abuse prevention program. Click here for more information on Safe Gatherings.