At Spring Cypress Presbyterian Church, we offer Sunday School for all ages starting at 11:00am following worship each Sunday:
Check-in for all our childrens' classes will be in the Children's Wing.
Toddlers in our Nursery Ministry will begin a unit entitled God’s Family learning stories from the book of Genesis focusing on how Adam and Eve, Noah, Abraham and Sarah, Isaac and Rebekah, Esau and Jacob, as well as Joseph were a part of god’s plan of salvation. Room 127.
Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be using a curriculum by Great Commission Publications (GCP) and will spend the fall trimester learning about how God keeps His promises through the stories of Abraham and his family, Joseph, Samuel, and David as well as how the Olde Testament points to the promised Savior. Room 126
Lower Elementary Sunday school class (grades 1-2) will be using a curriculum by GCP and will spend the fall trimester learning about prophets and kings. Room 124
Upper Elementary Sunday School (grades 3-5) will continue their two-year Bible survey course by studying 1 Corinthians to Philemon. Students will discover the joy of being called to be a part of this grand narrative of redemption as they study the scriptures together! Room 125
Junior High Youth
(6th - 8th)
Junior High Youth meet in room 116.
Junior High students will go through William Hendrikson's Survey of the Bible and touch on the overarching themes of the Bible as well as detailed overviews of all 66 books. The goal is to have a more robust and refined understanding of what the Bible is about and to better grasp how each book of the Bible relates to the overall themes of Christ and the covenants.
Senior High Youth
(9th - 12th)
Senior High Youth meet in the Youth Building.
Why should I care about the local church? Why should I even go to church? These are common questions that many in our society are bringing up in discussions. Unfortunately, many have seem to have lost the relevance of the local church and the importance of it in our Christian life. This Sunday school series will answer these questions and concerns. We will focus on the doctrine and the practical ways in which Christians should view and interact within their local churches.
Christ of the Covenants will meet in Room 117
Using The Christ of the Covenants by O. Palmer Robertson as a resource we will focus “on two areas central to the concerns of biblical interpretation today: the significance of God’s covenants and the relation of the two testaments. By understanding correctly God’s initiatives in establishing covenants in history, a solid foundation will be laid for unraveling the complex question of the relation of the two testaments.”
We Become What We Worship will meet in Room 118
This class will be a survey of GK Beale's book We Become What We Worship: A Biblical Theology of Idolatry. We take on the characteristics of what we worship. Employing Isaiah 6 as his interpretive lens, Beale demonstrates that this understanding of idolatry permeates the whole canon, from Genesis to Revelation.