Sunday School

St. Aidan’s offers Sunday School and Christian Education for all ages.

Sunday school for children 3 months-5th grade is offered Sunday mornings from 10:00-10:45am in the preschool classrooms, located on the lower level of the parish hall building.

Sunday School at St. Aidan’s is FUN! Our teachers incorporate storytelling, crafts and play in every lesson. We work hard to create a safe, loving environment that teaches children about God’s love through dynamic, engaging experiences your children will treasure.

Visitors and newcomers are welcome to join Sunday School at any time! If you anticipate your child will join Sunday School regularly, please complete a Sunday School registration form. This allows us to plan for materials, snacks, etc.

Creation Class-for children 3 months – 3 years – Taught by Jessica Cullen, Amanda Cantelmo & Vasilissa Thornton. This class meets in the first room on the left.

The Creation Class introduces our youngest parishioners to the wonders of God’s love through stories, crafts, songs and the Lord’s Prayer.

Godly Play I-Pre-K-1st grade – Taught by Megan Evans, Roger Lawton and Barb Hamilton.  This class meets in the 2nd class on the right, in the interior classroom.

Godly Play 1 is a dynamic Sunday School program based on exciting storytelling & fun crafts that reenforce each lesson.

This class helps children gain religious language and enhance their spiritual experience through play and wonder. When these teachers are telling Bible stories, the children are so quiet you can hear a pin drop!

Godly Play II-2nd and 3rd grade-Taught by Kate Daniels, Katie Rabel, and Julie Michelitch.  This class also meets in the second class on the right, but in the preschool area.

Godly Play 2 expands on the stories learned in Godly Play 1. Learning is hands-on, and children are engaged in a variety of activities relating to the story of the week. 
And it’s super-duper fun!

4th and 5th grade-Taught by Ellen Keel and Jessica Cullen.  This class meets in the last classroom on the right.

Fourth & fifth-grade students learn about the saints and Bible verses, then put their faith into action! Students become God’s hands as they work on special events at St. Aidan’s & projects throughout the community.

Please be sure to walk your child to their classroom each week and pick them up from the classroom promptly at 10:45a.

Sunday School is offered for teens in grades 6-8 and grades 9-12 from 10:00 to 10:45a.m. in the Cottage (the white building at the front of the property) for a life-oriented, Scripture-based Sunday School class.

Visitors and newcomers are welcome to join Sunday School at any time! If you anticipate your child will join Sunday School regularly, please complete a Sunday School registration form. This allows us to plan for materials, snacks, etc.

Jr. High Sunday School

Be the Church is the theme for this year’s Middle School Sunday school class. Through lessons, speakers, and outreach we’ll explore ways that we can be Christ’s hands and feet, spreading His message of love — by being the Church in our individual worlds.

Sr. High Sunday School

Is it possible to see Jesus without all the cliches…see Jesus tangibly and in detail, as those first folks on the streets of Israel saw him…dirty feet and all? What did he do? What did he say? What was he really like?” As a group expect open,transparent discussion as we explore the reality of Jesus as a man as well as God.

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFERINGS
CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 10
Sundays, 10-10:45am

NEW Study on the Works of C.S. Lewis, Scout trailers (behind church), led by Les Cullen.
How did a bookish Oxford don, an expert in Medieval Literature, and an atheist, become one of history’s bestselling Christian authors?  C.S. Lewis’ writing is credited with the
conversion, or reversion to the faith, of many, and the consolation and instruction of millions more.  He rejected the despair of many of his generation, ravaged as it was by two world wars and troubled by an increasingly fragmented society, preferring instead to immerse himself in questions of free will, sin, pain, love, and salvation.  Join us each Sunday, from April 23 to May 21, as we discover how a man who hoped to restore Western culture to its religious roots, to unleash the powers of the imagination, to reenchant the world through Christian faith and pagan beauty”, and discuss his relevance to us in the 21st century. (No class Sunday, April 30)

Bible Video Series, Burtenshaw Hall, led by Mother Pat. Movie-length contemporary versions of some common Bible stories and people. We have completed the movie about the prophet Jeremiah and are currently watching the movie about King David and King Solomon. We will start the movie Jesus with Jeremy Sisto & Debra Messing after the first of the year, followed by Apocalypse starring Richard Harris. We will watch 20 minutes of the movie and then discuss it in the context of the biblical narrative and how the movie portrays key events in Scripture. Over the month, we will watch the entire movie in segments followed by discussion.

Meditations, Cathedral Room, led by Elizabeth Renegar & Joan Simmons. Reflections on short, daily meditations. No books required, copies will be provided. This interactive group will start with readings from Richard Rohr and continue where the spirit leads!

January Book Study, Library, led by Deacon Lesley-Ann Drake & Fr. John Bolton.  We will begin a new book study on January 8 using Living into God’s Dream; Dismantling Racism in America edited by Dr. Catherine Meeks.

LECTIONARY BIBLE STUDY
Tuesday morning class at 10:00am in the Library.

+ Children (3 months to 5th Grade)

Sunday school for children 3 months-5th grade is offered Sunday mornings from 10:00-10:45am in the preschool classrooms, located on the lower level of the parish hall building.

Sunday School at St. Aidan’s is FUN! Our teachers incorporate storytelling, crafts and play in every lesson. We work hard to create a safe, loving environment that teaches children about God’s love through dynamic, engaging experiences your children will treasure.

Visitors and newcomers are welcome to join Sunday School at any time! If you anticipate your child will join Sunday School regularly, please complete a Sunday School registration form. This allows us to plan for materials, snacks, etc.

Creation Class-for children 3 months – 3 years – Taught by Jessica Cullen, Amanda Cantelmo & Vasilissa Thornton. This class meets in the first room on the left.

The Creation Class introduces our youngest parishioners to the wonders of God’s love through stories, crafts, songs and the Lord’s Prayer.

Godly Play I-Pre-K-1st grade – Taught by Megan Evans, Roger Lawton and Barb Hamilton.  This class meets in the 2nd class on the right, in the interior classroom.

Godly Play 1 is a dynamic Sunday School program based on exciting storytelling & fun crafts that reenforce each lesson.

This class helps children gain religious language and enhance their spiritual experience through play and wonder. When these teachers are telling Bible stories, the children are so quiet you can hear a pin drop!

Godly Play II-2nd and 3rd grade-Taught by Kate Daniels, Katie Rabel, and Julie Michelitch.  This class also meets in the second class on the right, but in the preschool area.

Godly Play 2 expands on the stories learned in Godly Play 1. Learning is hands-on, and children are engaged in a variety of activities relating to the story of the week. 
And it’s super-duper fun!

4th and 5th grade-Taught by Ellen Keel and Jessica Cullen.  This class meets in the last classroom on the right.

Fourth & fifth-grade students learn about the saints and Bible verses, then put their faith into action! Students become God’s hands as they work on special events at St. Aidan’s & projects throughout the community.

Please be sure to walk your child to their classroom each week and pick them up from the classroom promptly at 10:45a.
+ Youth (6th-12th Grade)

Sunday School is offered for teens in grades 6-8 and grades 9-12 from 10:00 to 10:45a.m. in the Cottage (the white building at the front of the property) for a life-oriented, Scripture-based Sunday School class.

Visitors and newcomers are welcome to join Sunday School at any time! If you anticipate your child will join Sunday School regularly, please complete a Sunday School registration form. This allows us to plan for materials, snacks, etc.

Jr. High Sunday School

Be the Church is the theme for this year’s Middle School Sunday school class. Through lessons, speakers, and outreach we’ll explore ways that we can be Christ’s hands and feet, spreading His message of love — by being the Church in our individual worlds.

Sr. High Sunday School

Is it possible to see Jesus without all the cliches…see Jesus tangibly and in detail, as those first folks on the streets of Israel saw him…dirty feet and all? What did he do? What did he say? What was he really like?” As a group expect open,transparent discussion as we explore the reality of Jesus as a man as well as God.

+ Adults

ADULT SUNDAY SCHOOL OFFERINGS
CLASSES BEGIN SEPTEMBER 10
Sundays, 10-10:45am

NEW Study on the Works of C.S. Lewis, Scout trailers (behind church), led by Les Cullen.
How did a bookish Oxford don, an expert in Medieval Literature, and an atheist, become one of history’s bestselling Christian authors?  C.S. Lewis’ writing is credited with the
conversion, or reversion to the faith, of many, and the consolation and instruction of millions more.  He rejected the despair of many of his generation, ravaged as it was by two world wars and troubled by an increasingly fragmented society, preferring instead to immerse himself in questions of free will, sin, pain, love, and salvation.  Join us each Sunday, from April 23 to May 21, as we discover how a man who hoped to restore Western culture to its religious roots, to unleash the powers of the imagination, to reenchant the world through Christian faith and pagan beauty”, and discuss his relevance to us in the 21st century. (No class Sunday, April 30)

Bible Video Series, Burtenshaw Hall, led by Mother Pat. Movie-length contemporary versions of some common Bible stories and people. We have completed the movie about the prophet Jeremiah and are currently watching the movie about King David and King Solomon. We will start the movie Jesus with Jeremy Sisto & Debra Messing after the first of the year, followed by Apocalypse starring Richard Harris. We will watch 20 minutes of the movie and then discuss it in the context of the biblical narrative and how the movie portrays key events in Scripture. Over the month, we will watch the entire movie in segments followed by discussion.

Meditations, Cathedral Room, led by Elizabeth Renegar & Joan Simmons. Reflections on short, daily meditations. No books required, copies will be provided. This interactive group will start with readings from Richard Rohr and continue where the spirit leads!

January Book Study, Library, led by Deacon Lesley-Ann Drake & Fr. John Bolton.  We will begin a new book study on January 8 using Living into God’s Dream; Dismantling Racism in America edited by Dr. Catherine Meeks.

LECTIONARY BIBLE STUDY
Tuesday morning class at 10:00am in the Library.