Grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord.
(2 Peter: 3:18)
Grace's Sunday School program is open to all children between the ages of 4 and 18. We meet weekly throughout the school year to explore faith, make friends and have fun.
Classes begin each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and overlap with our 10 a.m. worship service. After you drop off your students in their classes (located on the lower level of our building), parents are invited to come to Albright Parish Hall for coffee, breakfast treats and a chance to get to know other parents before the service begins. Students join their families in church in time to share Holy Communion.
Our classes are led by volunteer members who make up our Church School Committee. The committee meets regularly throughout the year to share ideas and plan special events.
If you would like to volunteer or if you have any questions about our Sunday School classes (listed below), please contact Christian Formation Director Janis Greenbaum in the church office.
We ask all parents / guardians to complete a registration form and submit it to the church office or to your child's teacher.
Click on this link to download a Church School Registration Form:
Registration form 2018-2019
Grades 1, 2
The Godly Play approach helps young children explore their faith through story, gain religious language and enhance their spiritual experience though wonder and play. The program is based on Montessori principles, allowing children to engage in ways that best suit their individual learning style.
Grades 3, 4, 5
Older elementary students will dive deeper into Bible studies with hands-on lessons and fun activities using the Deep Blue curriculum. This year's lessons focus on God's family and are designed to stimulate a sense of faith and wonder in students' minds and hearts.
Episcopal Youth Community (EYC)
Grades 6, 7, 8 (middle school)
Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 (high school)
Middle school and high school youth are invited to come together each Sunday at 9:30 for faith, food and fun. EYC engages in the same weekly Bible lessons as the adults in church with Living the Good News curriculum. Students focus on discerning the Bible's relevance in their daily lives through discussions and activities.