OUR “AWESOME ROCK’N KIDS” Sunday School year is in full swing! Come be part of this amazing ministry – our kids need YOU! Please speak to Val Jansson.
Awesome Rock’n Kids (A.R.K)
On behalf of the UMC of Osterville and our amazing Sunday School leaders, we warmly welcome you! We ask God’s blessing on our Sunday School Ministry, may we truly appreciate and fully use God’s gift of learning and wonder in our precious time together as we share God’s awesome love with one another.
With great joy to the many life-changing moments God will bring to us this year!
Together in faith,
Valerie Jansson, Director of Children’s Ministries
Sign Your Children Up for Sunday School!
Our “Awesome Rock’n Kids” Sunday School ministry meets each Sunday, 10:15 AM-11:00 AM. The children in Pre-K through 8th grade will leave for their individual classrooms after “The Time for Young Christians” during the 10:00 AM worship service.
Childcare for Younger Children
Childcare for our littlest “Awesome Rock’n Kids” is under the loving care of Misty Perrino during the 10:00 AM service. We welcome you to visit our large “happy” Nursery downstairs where our infants and toddlers enjoy all the toys, but more importantly the special attention given to them.
Curriculum Pre-K – 6th Grade
This Fall we are excited to be guided by the WHIRL curriculum for our Pre-K through 6th grade learners. WHIRL connects to the wider church, bringing worship and Sunday School together, and helps kids explore the stories of our faith in playful experiences that are rooted in church life. Animated video characters model what it’s like for kids to go through the questions and challenges of living out their faith. Take-home pages provide seven ways families can put their faith into action throughout the week.
Curriculum 7th and 8th Grade
For our young people in 7th and 8th grade they will be engaged in the “Echo the Story” curriculum, experiencing the biblical narrative through storytelling, creative reflection, and dialogue. This student-centered learning fosters creativity and personal expression. Learners see the Bible and God in new and different ways through the “storying” process.