For those who are baptized into Christ in their earliest years, formation in our Orthodox Faith is a life-long process. It takes place by participation in the liturgical life of the Church and by faithful observance of Orthodox teachings and traditions in our homes and in our daily lives. The services offered on a regular basis at our Cathedral on Sundays — Orthros (Dawn Prayers), and the Divine Liturgy — are the voice of the faithful offering prayers and praise to God, but also work to help reveal to us the depths of God’s truth, to instruct us in faith. It is a tradition that has been centuries in the making and to which some of the most gifted and inspired saints have contributed.

Despite this, in many places in the United States, it has become common for our communities to offer religious education as a separate and distinct aspect of our Sunday gatherings. Our Cathedral is no exception to this, and it is served by many volunteers who direct, teach, and assist with age-appropriate lessons.

This Religious Education or “Church School” has as its aim to reinforce the teachings of the Church, by weaving into the experience of worship lessons in Scripture, concepts of our Faith, and understanding of the Church’s liturgical year. Additionally, our youth have opportunities to put words into action, learning that faith entails commitment, responsibility, and discipline. All of these aspects of religious education feed back into family life.

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REGISTRATION AND ATTENDANCE

Pre-School, 3-year olds through High School seniors.  Classes commence in September and conclude in May or June.  Children, their families, and their instructors gather in the Cathedral for the Divine Liturgy by 10:00 AM. Children sit in pews designated for the Sunday School, by grade. The time of classroom instruction for all grades begins after the Great Entrance, and concludes at the end of the Divine Liturgy.

Sunday School enrollment is now open for children from pre-Nursery through 12th Grade. Please click on the following link to enroll your children: https://goo.gl/forms/2NPc2fOQ68HBl3Xf1


TUITION
No Cost. All may register their children into the program.  For further information, contact Maria Durham, Sunday School Director:

Office Telephone: (410) 576-8606
E-mail: mariaerey@aol.com

 

Sunday School Calendar 2018 – 2019 

Sunday Event
September 9 First day of Sunday School

Blessing of the Backpacks immediately following Communion

September 16 Class
September 23 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
September 30 Family Worship No Class
October 7 Class
October 14 Class
October 21 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
October 28 Class
November 4 Church Festival – No Class
November 11 Class – St Nektarios – procession after Communion
November 18 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
November 25 Family Worship No Class
December 2 Class
December 9 Class
December 16 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
Christmas Breakfast After Communion
December 23 No Class – Merry Christmas!
December 30 No Class – New Years
January 6 Epiphany – Children Remain in Church
January 13 Class
January 20 Class- Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
January 27 Family Worship No Class
February 3 Class
February 10 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
February 17 Class
February 24 Family Worship No Class
March 3 Class
March 10 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
March 17 Class – Sunday of Orthodoxy – Bring icons for procession after communion
March 24 Family Worship No Class
March 31 Class
April 7 Class
April 14 Class – Music for Grades 3-8 before Communion
April 21 No Class – Palm Sunday
April 28 No Class – Happy Easter
May 6 Class
May 12 Last Day of Sunday School

 

 


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