Children's Programs

Our Sunday School Program will be meeting remotely, indefinitely, due to COVID19.

We have designed a completely off site experience for our youngest participants . Our lesson plan includes a three week schedule rotation which will look something like this:  

Week 1 - Virtual Zoom Sunday School (LIVE)

Week 2 - Take Home Activity or Craft (Pre-assembled)

Week 3 - Interactive Video Experience

Sunday School Registration and Information Session for Parents
September 13th @11:30am (via Zoom) 

   

Please contact our office for more information and for Zoom log-in information.

Tel: (978) 948-3993, Email: first.church@verizon.net 

To Fill out an ONLINE REGISTRATION FORM - click here

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Even though we're not currently meeting in person for our regular Sunday School program, we have left this information on our website for future reference. Please remember that the following is not relevant while building use is suspended.   

Sunday School

Our current Sunday school program is for children ages 6-12. We are using the Celebrate Wonder curriculum.  Sunday school begins in worship at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday – children / youth go to classes following a brief children’s message and are dismissed by 11:15 a.m. each week.

We also have two youth groups in the church.  One is called the “Between Group” and it meets after worship one Sunday a month.  This group is for those in grades 4 – 6 and works on small service projects for the church.  The second group is our Youth Group and is for those who are in grades 7 – 12.  The group generally meets on Sundays a couple times a month from 4 – 5:30 p.m. and at other times by agreement.  They do a variety of service projects, fund raisers, and activities.

Generally in May, we celebrated Children’s Sunday at the First Congregational Church of Rowley. Children’s Sunday is the wrap up of the Sunday School year and a great way to show some of the things that our students have learned.