Primary – Middler (Grades 1-5) | Located in Room 202
Children are dismissed to Junior Church during the service.In order to help attendance at Sugar Land Bible Church be more meaningful and encourage family worship, children are included in the praise and worship part of the service. Dismissal of Junior Church is at the conclusion of the praise and worship and prior to the teaching message.Students should be on time and prepared to learn. Parents are to pick their children up promptly and in person.
Expectations from Parents
We encourage all parents to be punctual in picking up their children, in person.
We encourage all parents to go over the lessons with their children and to continue to be the primary Christian educators God has called them to be.
Parents are expected to be on the church grounds while their children are in Sunday School and Junior Church.
Christ Centered – Every lesson shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ as our promise of salvation and the power of living.
Bible Based – Students not only learn historical Bible accounts but are introduced to key doctrinal themes for a firm faith foundation.
Life Directed – Hands on lessons and activities prepare students as they mature in character and in life, helping them put their faith into practice in all situations.
Family Connected – Take home materials encourage faith-building that involves the whole family.
Curriculum – RBP (Religious Baptist Press) Theme: Living for God
Biblical Truths: Love and Kindness (Rebecca, Isaac, Ruth, Abraham); Bravery (Daniel); Giving (to the church and to the poor)
Pre-Primary students will learn about Bible characters who were loving, kind, brave, and giving. They will have opportunities to practice being kind and will be encouraged to ask God for His help to be brave and to live for Him.
Teachers: Sydney Reichardt, KC Cunningham, Elizabeth & Brooks Sellers, April Vigilla, Hannah Bottom
One of the most important parts of Sunday School and Junior Church is the teaching and the memorization of God’s Word, and encouraging children to gain an understanding of how God’s Word may be applied to their daily lives. Why scripture memorization? The goal of memorizing scripture is to permanently fix God’s word in their hearts (Psalm 119:11).Parents are encouraged to help their children with Scripture memory throughout the week.