Joy and fun come to
those children attending St. Alban's church school each Sunday
morning while they learn important lessons about God.
This year our parish will be using the "Living the Good News"
curriculum in Church School. What makes this curriculum special?
1. It is lectionary based. That means that each week prior to
the church service, we will use interactive flannel-graph stories
to explore in depth the stories you will hear read aloud during
2. It invites us to learn by doing. Sure, we will talk about what
we have heard and seen, but we will also point, draw, act, cook,
create crafts, play games and, most of all, figure out together
how to take what we find into our everyday world.
The Eucharist proclaims
the word and nourishes us for our journey. Christian education
invites us to explore the word and helps us map out that journey.
But it is back home, in our particular households, that the Word
comes alive and the journey is walked.
You can find the gospel for each Sunday listed in the parish bulletin
or at the back of the "Book of Common Prayer." Each
week, on Saturday evening, parents and children can prepare together
for Sunday morning.
Church School will meet each Sunday morning throughout the year.
Ages 5 through 11 will meet in room "A". Children are
welcomed to join Church School classes anytime during the year.
Connie Webb is the Coordinator.