Sunday School Classes
During our Sunday School classes, your children will build the foundations of their faith and start growing in their own personal relationship with the Lord. All of the churches in the Driftless Regional Ministry have Sunday School classes throughout the traditional school year (September through May), however each class is different. We encourage you to pick a Sunday School that will be right for your child, where they can get the best start in their life-long journey of loving and worshiping the Lord! For more information on the Sunday School classes at each church, check out the information below!
Liberty Pole UMC offers Sunday School for children from age 4 through high school! We offer two separate classes, one for elementary school age children and one for junior high and high school students. Classes are held during our Sunday worship service during the school year (September through May). We go to class after the children's sermon (approximately 9:30 a.m.) and wrap up at the close of the worship service (10:15 a.m.).
Sunday school will resume this fall on Sunday, September 22nd. Everyone is invited to join in the learning and fun! For more information, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
The New Hope UMC Sunday School is held during the 10:30 a.m. Sunday worship service during the school year (Sept. - May). We follow a One-Room School model bringing together children of all ages. Lessons are generally based on the scripture and sermon from the service so that the children and adults can talk about what they learned at home as a family. Class ends as the worship service comes to a close allowing the children to partake in the fellowship time following the service. All children, even visitors, are welcome to come and take part in the Sunday School. For more information on this Sunday School program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Held during the 8 a.m. Sunday morning worship service, the Sunday School program for at the Retreat UMC follows a One-Room School model bringing together children of all ages. Lessons are pulled from the Bible and often reflect the scripture and sermon from the service. This way the children and adults can talk about what they learned at home as a family. Class ends as the worship service comes to a close around 9 a.m. allowing the children to partake in the fellowship time following the service. All children, even visitors, are welcome to come and take part in the Sunday School. For more information on this Sunday School program, please contact us at email@example.com.
Our Kid's Church School, for ages 4 and up, meets on Wednesday evenings after school during the school year, for children of all ages. The programming consists of worship, music, Bible learning, serving in the church, crafts and games. We emphasize fellowship, learning and serving God through missions.
- 3:30 PM - Snack
- 4:00-5:00 PM - Music, Bible Stories, Games, Crafts
- 5:00 PM - Family Supper
On Sundays, the children meet following the children's sermon on Sunday mornings during the worship service. At this time, the children work on flag routines and programs to present during a worship service. For more information, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Westby UMC offers a youth Sunday school program from the middle of September to the middle of May and starts at 10:15 AM on Sunday mornings, after our worship service. This program is for children ages 3 and up. Currently, our youth Sunday school program is like a one-room school house, and our Sunday school teacher does a variety of projects with the youth. We focus on fun activities to learn about God’s love for us and what following Him means through:
- Bible Points, Object Lessons, Scripture
- Serving Others - Outreach to Nursing Homes, Community and Operation Christmas Child
- Games and Crafts
- Music, Children's Worship, Prayer
For more information on the Sunday School program at the Westby UMC, please reach out to us during our Sunday worship service or feel free to send us an e-mail at email@example.com.