Children's Sunday School; Please note we do not currently have a Sunday school hour. Classes will resume June 2nd. 

We believe that it is important for Christians of all ages to be engaged in age-apporiate study of God's Word. Our children's classes are offered during our 9:00 to 9:45am Sunday School Hour.  

 Starting June 2nd: Summer Family Sunday School

Plan on joining with the whole RMPC family for our Congregational Discipleship program this summer! During the months of June and July we will meet all together in the sanctuary, ages 0-99+, for a fun and fast-paced Sunday School class. We will be studying the “Christ, Redemption, and Grace” questions from the New City Catechism. We’ll also sing some fun, classic Sunday School songs, participate in sword drills, and memorize scripture together. Hope to see everyone there!


Fall Quarter Classes

Preschool Sunday School

Age: Age 3 to 5
Room: Toddler Nursery
This class introduces preschoolers to the study of the Bible.  The Show Me Jesus curriculum uses crafts, songs, and activities to engage children in the foundational stories in scripture.  We also hope that children will form relationships with the other children and the teachers that work with them. 

Elementary Sunday School

Age:  Kindergarten to 2nd grade
Room: Ebenezer Room 
Elementary Sunday School introduces children to basic teachings of the church and the Westminster Shorter Catechism.  This class uses the workshop rotation model where children learn the same content through several different experiential lessons such as craft, games, drama, etc. 

Upper Elementary Sunday School 

Age: 3rd-5th 
Room: Canaan Room
Upper Elementary Sunday School uses the G2R curriculum from Great Commission Publications which gives a 2 year overview of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. This class will dig deeper into the history and chronology of the scriptures of the stories and truths they learned at younger ages. G2R Bible Survey is to point students to the scriptures, ask questions, and fill in the gaps, not lecture. Students will learn much as they dig into God’s Word for themselves, as well as from the discussion of others in the group.