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Written by Skip Jackson   
Thursday, 07 September 2017
During Worship — GODLY PLAY
Age 3 through 5th grade
(After Children's Message or at
10:30 am on Communion Sundays)
GODLY PLAY os a way for children to explore Bible stories and religious ideas by way of storytelling and play response. It is based on Montessori methods of education.
Nursery (ages 0-4)
Nursery care is offered each week during Sunday School and worship.
For general information about the Christian education programs at IPC click HERE .
Grab & go breakfast in the Narthex a 9 am.  Come and grab a bagel & coffee and go to your class. (Food for the young children will be taken to their classroom.) The breakfast closes at 9:15 am.

Multi-Age Class (ages 5-10)
The class uses the "Holy Moly" curriculum. Children will learn stories of the Bible using video and crafts directed by the curriculum.
Nursery/Preschool Class
The children in the nursery preschool class will hear each week the same Bible story the older children will be studying in the elementary class.
Youth Class (grades 6-12)
The youth class will offer a variety of approaches for faith exploration and spiritual development via art, music, literature, cooking, and the "reForm:Ancestry" curriculum for the New Testament.
Adult Classes —
The Present Word — Bible study using PC(USA) curriculum materials to explore how the scriptures relate to everyday life.  Meets in Pastors Room off Fellowship Hall. Contact Dorothy Kyle to get a student book.
Bible Study:  Bible Stories that Don’t Show up in Worship (9/10-10/29) — The Bible lectionary for worship leaves a lot of the Bible out, especially some of the stories that seem difficult.  We will be reading and discussing some of those, starting with the entire book of Esther and then following up with individual stories from Genesis 16:1-16 & 21:9-21; 2 Samuel 13:1-22; Judges 4 & 5; Judges 11:29-40; and Judges 19:1-30. The class meets in Thompson Lounge.
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