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Sunday School

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 a.m | in the worship room

The adults of New Covenant are currently working through the book Confessing the Faith: A Reader’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith by Chad Van Dixhoorn, along with Confessing the Faith Study Guide by Emily Van Dixhoorn.  No book purchase is necessary for this study.  Nursery is provided.  For more information please email us at

Children's Sunday School | 9:30 a.m | meets upstairs

The children of New Covenant are currently using the Great Commission Publication Curriculum during their classtime on Sunday mornings. In addition to Sunday school lessons, children ages 3 through 7 are learning the Children's Catechism while children ages 7 and up are reviewing the Shorter Catechism each week.  We encourage weekly Bible memory which coincides with the curriculum. Students also learn a "Hymn of the month" with our children's ministry coordinator on Sunday mornings. For more information please email our Children's Ministry Coordinator, Meghan Prussia at

Youth Sunday School | 9:30 a.m | classes meet upstairs

The Joy Project by Tony ReinkeThe junior high and high school students of New Covenant are currently learning about T.U.L.I.P. from The Joy Project: An Introduction to Calvinism by Tony Reinke, forwarded by John Piper, endorsed by J. I. Packer, Rosaria Butterfield, Randy Alcorn, David Murray, Gloria Furman, Sam Storms, Michael Reeves, Benjamin Vrbicek. Tony Reinke is a staff writer for and host of the popular Ask Pastor John podcast.

 On March 31, 2019, they completed their study from Christianity and Liberalism by J. Gresham Machen. 

Contact our Youth Director, Mr. David Prussia, for more details about either of these studies and other Youth Group activities, conferences, camps, and service projects that the students are able to participate in,