Church School

Summer Church School
If you are willing and available to help out in the Nursery, Preschool Church School, or Children’s Church at either Worship Service this summer, please let Debbie Bulloff know. We background check all adults who teach/assist with our babies, toddlers, children, and youth at Northminster.

Christian Education

Northminster provides a variety of Christian Education opportunities for children, youth and adults. This year, Christian Education at Northminster Presbyterian Church will follow the Lectionary calendar from the pulpit to Children's Time, to the Sunday Church School classroom for ages 3 through adult. We have adopted "Seasons of the Spirit", a reformed international lectionary-based Church School curriculum that "builds strong faith communities by centering the ministries of Christian education, worship and service around common scriptures each week." Through use of activities, discussion, current events and the arts, we hope to be "on the same page" together each week. You may preview our curriculum at Seasons of the Spirit or by stopping by the Christian Education office.

Sunday morning schedule

Click here to see our typical Sunday morning schedule.

Nursery, Toddler and Preschool Church School and Care meet for the year during regular worship times.  Preschoolers will attend "Big Church" with their classes and return to their classroom after Time with Children. There will be a story, a craft and music!

Children's Church at 9:20 a.m. and 11:20 a.m. continues upstairs in Room 204!  Children, grades K-5th, will be excused from the Sanctuary after Time with Children to attend Children's Church upstairs in the Christian Education Wing.  We worship together with songs, storytelling, and prayer and then adjourn to the Craft Room (R. 205) for art, games, and fellowship.

 

Church School Mission  We are very engaged in raising funds for Heifer Project. (Photo below: Joe Komenda and Heifer Project llama friends.) Children continue to give gifts through the Milk Pail every Sunday and will vote by class on the animals we will purchase at the end of the school year. 

Church School Mission--Many families in our city are hungry.

Please join the children of Northminster in bringing protein-rich foods like canned tuna, soup, and peanut butter to church for our food barrel. The Deacons will take these offerings to Westminster Neighborhood Association Food Pantry.

 

 

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Indianapolis, IN 46220

 

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