Sunday School

A vibrant ministry of children has long been a focus and at the heart of Truth Now Tabernacle.

Sunday School, with classes tailored to accommodate from 18 months to 18 years old, takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on most Sunday mornings. From a toddler’s class to a pumped up teen’s class, the children and youth are engaged in learning about the Bible, character development, age-tailored lessons and activities, as well as have a snack. We strive to provide a variety of events, opportunities and experiences for the children to learn more about God, to actively engage with Him, to explore the world around them and lastly, to continue building strong character, as our next generation!

Sunday School schedule here. – POSTPONED currently – 

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Toddler Class – Ages 18 months to 3 years old. Toddlers are a joy & blessing to teach & watch them develop as they learn. The curriculum this term is Jesus Loves Families- Living in the Castle and taught by Sis. Carol.

Kindergarten Class – Ages 4-7. This theme is Welcome to Our Home. Exploring God, our Father, our Friend …  Each week, this enthusiastic class has mini-church, coupled with fun activities and a snack. This class is taught by Sis. Margaret and Sis. Fran.

Pre-teen Class – Ages 8-12. This classes’ focus on the Books of the Bible and can include sword drills, weekly scriptures and games, snacks and more! It is a fun, dynamic class for the pre-teens and is taught weekly by Sis. Dumaresq and Sis. Amy.

Youth Class – Ages 12-18. The theme for this term is “Worth the Weight”. Our teen class aims to discuss topics that are relevant to teens in our world today; the issues, concerns and spiritual battles they really face. It is a supportive environment to learn about God and explore His will for our lives. This engaging class is taught weekly by Sis. Susanne.

Stay tuned for more info and updates! Current curriculum is mostly based off of the Pentecostal Publishing House curriculum, with a focus on the Bible history, character and team building with relevance for today’s children and youth.