**Sunday school classes will resume in the Fall on September 11, 2022.
Sunday School for children, grades pre-K-5 All children in pre-k through fifth begin in F&E 200 at 9:45, and then children will proceed to the appropriate class based on their grade (Pre-K-1st in F&E 205, 2nd-5th in F&E 202).
Nursery (A&E 302) Our Nursery is staffed by professionals and will be available for children up through and including two-year olds.
Confirmation (Middle School class in F&E 204, High School class in F&E 206) In this engaging nine-month class for young people, (typically grades 6-8), who want to explore discipleship at Salisbury Presbyterian Church, young people will explore who they are, what they believe, and what it means to be a disciple/member of Salisbury Presbyterian Church. Past classes have included community outreach, service, and at least one off-site retreat. Consistent worship attendance is an expected part of the class. *If your child is in high school but has not been through confirmation, please contact Tessa Schuman.
High School, Grades 9-12 (F&E 206) Older youth will get an overview of the Biblical story as they use The Story as their resource. Designed to engage teens in knowing the total Bible story, young people will cover Genesis to Revelation in a way that will captivate them in Bible study.
Adult Sunday Discipleship provides an array of topics to challenge a diverse group of people in their faith journey. Classes are on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Current Events (A&E 405) is a discussion-based class that helps connect current events with faith and Scripture. When class resumes, participants will receive a weekly Wired Word email that takes a news event from the week and links Scripture to the news story and how we might respond.
Faith & Family (A&E 402) uses multiple short-term studies focusing on the Bible and topical issues pertinent and applicable to families. Past studies have included Liking Jesus, Christianity & World Religions, God’s Messy Family, The Joy Stealers, and much more!
Bible Study (A&E 404) is designed for those who want to take a closer look at Scripture, exploring books and topics found within the Bible. Past classes have begun with a study of the Holy Spirit.
Mary Martha (A&E 400) is designed specifically for women. This discussion-based class offers fellowship and study with a woman’s need in mind. Past studies have included Slightly Bad Girls of the Bible, Guardrails, Seven-Mile Miracle and more!
International Class (A&E Gym) is a lecture-based class and the largest of the adult classes. The class follows the International Lesson curriculum. Members in this class will follow a thematic, lectionary-based calendar in the study of Scripture.
Life Application (A&E 407) requires no preparation and provides plenty of opportunities to discuss, or to sit back and listen. Each week offers a stand-alone topic, making it easier to pick-up after being away. Past studies have included Galatians; Everybody, Always; Whisper; Unshakeable Hope; and Grateful.
Other Discipleship Opportunities
Youth Group – Designed for young people, grades 6-12.
KidsAlive! – A “youth group style” fellowship for children in grades 3-5.
Mustard Seeds – A “youth group style” fellowship for children in grades K-2.
Presbyterian Men – First Wednesday Breakfast Bunch and Lunch Bunch
Women’s Fellowship Circle – Fellowship Circle and Prayer Shawl Circle
Beyond Sundays – Bible Studies throughout the week.