Throughout the traditional school year, students from preschool through college are invited to join us after Holy Communion on Sundays for religious education. We aim to engage the students in a loving, welcoming and safe atmosphere, guiding them to understand and to love Christ and His Church.
To this end, Transfiguration’s Sunday School operates on a parish-wide curriculum. Every class, from preschool to college level, teaches on the same topic each week, in hopes that families will be able to come together after class, on the car ride home, and at the dinner table all week, to discuss the week’s lesson and how we can see it at work in our daily lives.
Because of the pandemic, our 2021-2022 year will look a little different from past years. We are offering three ways to learn:
- Outdoor School — traditional classes offered outside, for preschool through college students, after Holy Communion on Sundays with good weather.
- Online School — traditional, mixed-age Sunday school classes offered for elementary, middle and high school students on zoom, after Holy Communion on Sundays. (There are no online preschool or college classes at this time.)
- Home School — should neither of these options work well (whether sometimes or all the time), families are encouraged to homeschool by following along with the same parish-wide curriculum, found for free at orthodoxsundayschool.org This year we are doing the “Gospels” lessons, paced as you’ll see on the school calendar.
Please click on the following links for more Sunday School information and resources: