Sunday School

Sunday school resumes April 11th during the 9:15 worship hour.  Classes and care will be available for babies (nursery) through 12th grade. Pre-K and up will be dismissed to class from the worship service following the Children’s Time. Well-fitting masks are required for all students 4 years and up. 
 Our nursery is is available for babies through 3 years, and is located on the Oak Hills main hallway. Pre-k through high school students will be taught in our Christian Education building, with Pre-k through Elementary in CE-4 and middle and high school in CE-1 (new youth room). Can’t wait!


The Sunday Children’s Message and any Children’s Ministry updates can be found on our Oak Hills Presbyterian YouTube page:



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9:15am: We offer Sunday school classes for ages 3 years -5th grade during the school year at the 9:15am worship hour. Children start in the worship service and are dismissed to Sunday school after the Children’s Message.

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Our Pre-K/K class is called Sacred Story, and is based on the Godly Play curriculum which teaches Bible lessons through imaginative storytelling and creative exploration. Our elementary curriculum comes from LifeWay Publishing’s Bible Studies for Life, which teaches children key Bible stories, how to use their Bibles, how to have a relationship with the Lord, and how to live the Christian life in an everyday basis.

11am: Youth Sunday school meets in the Staff Office (down the hall from the sanctuary) during the 11am service. This class is run like a small group Bible or theme study, and gives our teens and pre-teens a chance to go deeper with God and one another.


Image result for sun clip art black and whiteSunday School Summer Schedule:

10am: Digging In, our Children’s summer Sunday school, is a fun, all-ages class that meets during the 10am worship service. Children start the morning with the adults in the main service, then are dismissed together to class after the children’s message.