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The Christian Science Sunday School welcomes all young people up to age 20. Sunday School instruction is centred on the Bible and the lessons it provides for understanding God, prayer, healing and the relevance of moral and spiritual law in our modern day lives.

Our Sunday school lessons provide a friendly forum for sharing ideas and finding answers to questions about life and the challenges facing young people. We consider the journey of discovering our true identity as a loved and cared for child of God. Healing through prayer and spiritual understanding is natural as we learn of our relationship with God.

Sunday School

The very youngest classes learn the Ten Commandments and Christ Jesus' Sermon on the Mount (The Beatitudes), which includes the Golden Rule, along with other inspiring passages and stories from the Bible. Older classes discover how to use the truths in the Bible and to gain a deeper understanding through the textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.

"All thy children shall be taught of the Lord, and great shall be the peace of thy children" [Isa.54] "Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the Kingdom of God" [Mark 10]  The childlike thought is very precious, and the Christian Science Sunday School cherishes and respects the fresh, innocent, pure, lively thought so evident  in children and young people. It is our care and love for the families of today and for the adults of tomorrow which has moved the members of this Church to welcome all children and young people to its Sunday School for over 50 years.

Answers will be found to such questions as:

  • Is God real? How can I get to know Him?
  • What is God? Where is God?
  • Who am I? Am I worthy? Do I have a place and a purpose?
  • What does the Bible have to do with my life? Do I need to understand it?
  • What if I feel nobody loves me? - or if there's no one to talk things over with?
  • How can I improve my grades if  I'm not doing well at school? Or find guidance?
Last Updated on Sunday, 08 February 2015 16:28