Adult Sunday school

First Presbyterian Church offers multiple Sunday school classes on Sunday morning at 9:45 a.m. and 11:00a.m.
9:45 a.m.
Living in the Word
Led by Rich Allen
Meets in the Library
Finishing “Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation” on November 12. November 26 – December 17 we will look at the Nativity story from a fresh angle: the role of Joseph, the Christ-child’s foster-father, “Joseph: Carpenter of Steel”
Lowcountry Lessons
Led by David Lauderdale
Meets in the Sanctuary
Combines a study of the Scripture with stories about the unique history, culture and people off. ur region. David uses biblical commentary and his many years of experience as an editor and writer to bring the stories to life.
Led by Otto Ferrene
Meets in the South Room
This class explores the biblical message and how to apply it to daily life. Adults move from a focus on the Word to reflection on personal, family, church and community concerns.
Work in Progress
Meets in the Honey Horn Chapel
A study of current events in relation to Christian beliefs.
Family in Faith
Meets in room 202
This class is designed for parents and grandparents of children who are participating in our children’s Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Contact Jack or Mary-Stuart Alderman with ideas or suggestions for topics at
11:00 a.m.
J.O.Y. Group
Led by Judy Pizzuti
Meets in the Library
“How Can We Be Fully Faithful When We Are Fully Flawed?”

Children and Youth Sunday school

Children Sunday school
9:45 a.m.
3-4-5 year old
Meets in Day School room 113
1st – 5th grade
Meets in Creation Station
11:00 a.m.
Children’s Church
After the Time with Children (in the service), children are invited to age-appropriate classes:
Preschool (3-4-5 year old & kindergartners) meet in room 113.
Elementary age children meet on the 2nd floor Creation Station.
Youth Sunday school
9:45 a.m.
“The Bridge”
class for 5th, 6th & 7th Graders
Meet in room 219
8th – 12th Graders meet in the Youth Space 
Join us for lessons on Faith Questions! Faith Questions is based on the questions posed by older youth from around the PCUSA Church. We will look to scripture and to our faith tradition in relevant, responsive ways.