Sunday School

Sunday School – A Place Of Discovery

Currently meets via Zoom from 9 – 9:45 AM PT. Contact Beth Campbell for further information and the Zoom link. When services are held in person, the Sunday School meets from 10 – 11 AM PT at the same time as our Sunday morning church service. Our Sunday School is open to children and young people up to the age of 20.

About the Classes

All Sunday School teaching is based on the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. Students learn about God and Her/His ever-present care, about prayer and its healing power, as well as the relevance of Christ Jesus’ teachings in their own lives.

Students are placed in classes according to age or grade. Class discussions focus on giving students the spiritual truths they need to meet the many challenges facing young people today.

Children naturally love God. They want to know more about their Father-Mother God, and God’s guiding presence in their lives. The Ten Commandments, Christ Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, and the Lord’s Prayer are among the first lessons. Bible stories come alive as experienced teachers show how spiritual and moral values are important to everyday life.

Older students study the Weekly Bible Lesson Sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly, and are encouraged to use what they are learning during the week.

By their own prayers, our Sunday School students have been healed of headaches, stomachaches, and injuries resulting from accidents. Difficult relationships with parents and friends have been healed, along with academic problems.

Teen Connect

Connecting a new generation of spiritual thinkers.

A diverse group of students, young professionals and spiritual thinkers meet online at Teen Connect. Online features include topics such as relationships, health and identity, school, jobs, and the future are discussed.

Also check out the youth page at Christianscience.com and learn more about Sunday School, College and University Organizations, and Focus groups.