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Sunday School

The purpose of our Sunday School classes is to equip and train men and women of all ages to be able to think and live rightly in accordance with the truths of Scripture. 

Adult Sunday School (9:30 AM in the Worship Room)

The adults of New Covenant are currently working through the book "By Faith, Not by Sigh: Paul and the Order of Salvation" by Richard B. Gaffin Jr. as a study of the errant view of the "New Perspective on Paul." For more information please email us at newcovpres@gmail.com

Children's Sunday School (9:30 AM-Preschoolers upstairs, Younger Elementary upstairs, Older Elementary and Middle School in the cafeteria)

Over the next two years the children of New Covenant ages 4-7 will learn about worship using the PCA’s Christian Disciples Ministry curriculum “Teach Me to Worship.” We plan to be simultaneously teaching Christian doctrine to students ages 7 + every other quarter. Here is a breakdown of the plan:

  • Jan-March: Offer worship training and catechetical training (Youth Group will work
    through GCP’s youth curriculum).
  • April-June: Offer 4 classes and use Great Commission Publication (GCP) curriculum (Youth Group will work through the book of Ephesians at Youth Group).
  • July-Sept: Offer worship training and catechetical training (Youth Group will work through GCP’s youth curriculum).
  • October-December: Offer 4 classes and use GCP curriculum (Youth Group will work
    through the book of Ephesians)

Our plan for Bible Memory is to give a memory card out every other week for students to learn for two weeks starting with verses from Galatians.The plan for WSC memory is as follows:

  • Jan-March: Encourage the students to memorize what they have discussed in class and review one they’ve already learned, starting with number 1.
  • April-June: Encourage the students to continue reviewing the catechisms they’ve already learned.
  • July-Sept: Encourage the students to memorize the catechisms they discussed in class and review one they’ve already learned, continuing where they left off at the end of June.
  • October-December: Encourage the students to continue reviewing the catechisms they’vealready learned.