Sunday School Ministry

The United Shalom Pentecostal Church conducts Sunday School in each of its local areas. Thanks be to God for our dedicated brothers and sisters who take the burden for this blessed ministry.

At our Sunday school, children learn about love of God through Bible stories, songs, scripture memorization and art projects. They also learn about ethical values such as obeying their parents, learning to pray and care for each other, and above all develop the fear of Lord from a very tender age.

We help children to unlock their potential to understand and experience God's love in their own way as well as be a channel of love to their friends and family.

The Sunday School activities and lessons are closely monitored and supervised by the Sunday School and Youth board. The board comes together before the start of every academic year and plans for the year ahead. One common syllabus is maintained for all Sunday School classes of the United Shalom Pentecostal  Church and teachers are encouraged to complete the syllabus well ahead of time, so that the children have ample amount of time to prepare for the Sunday School exams. The board also comes together to set the question papers and also to moderate the answer sheets of the students. Outstanding students are awarded during the Sunday School and Youth annual day function.

Once in every year, students (including youth) from each local church come together for annual day celebrations wherein their talents are tested and prizes distributed which our students look forward to very eagerly. 

 

Annual camps - We conduct annual camps in differentm camp site, 3 days stay, spiritual, behavioural, character development, fun and physical activities. 

 

Mission trips involving children, as training. with adults. 

 

Charity events , fund raising. 

For more details please contact your nearest United Shalom Pentecostal Church or the Sunday School co-ordinator, Pr. Mathew Varghese  on mobile: 07967758301.

Sunday School Head Teacher: Sis. Gracy Philip - 07859048175

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