Sunday School is an important part of the educational ministry of Kinder Bible Church.  The first records we have of our Sunday School dates from January 1, 1905.  The total number of students and teachers present that day was fifty-eight, the collection was $1.58.

Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. in the fellowship center and concludes at 10:30 a.m.  There are classes for all ages. The Sunday School Superintendent is Carolyn Allemand, and the Sunday School Secretary is Phyllis Lawrence.

The purpose of the Sunday School Program is to develop personal confidence in understanding God's Word and to create church unity through the shared learning experience. 

We would love to see you in one of our classes.

All of our classes meet in the fellowship building except the youth class, which meets up stairs in the youth room, and the adult ladies class, which meets in the Leeds Chapel.

Pre-k - taught by Kathy Hayes and Jenny Fawcett

K through 2nd grade - taught by Aimee LeDoux

Army of God (3-6th grade) - taught by Vanessa Kightlinger

Now Youth (7-12th grade) - taught by Andy Buzzard

Soul Mates (young married) - taught by Donnie Bruchhaus

Our Christian Journey (adult class) - taught by Charles Stagg

Median (adult men) - taught by Lynn Chesson

Adult Ladies - taught by Mila Chesson



The Army of God

Grades 3-6

     The Army of God is a Sunday school class made up of mostly boys in grades 3-6. They chose the name for the class, and I believe it is a great one. Here is the reason why.

     These boys and girls are the future of this church. They are at the best age to learn about and retain the most important concepts of God’s word. I believe that I learned more about the Word during upper elementary and middle school, at least about the Bible stories. The Bible says,

                                        “Train up a child in the why he should  go,                                                     and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6

In a Jewish child’s upbringing, they are taught many of the important prayers and stories during these ages. They are expected to recite and perform them at various occasions throughout this time.  So why shouldn’t Christian children do the same?

In this class, we are in our last year of the “Answers in Genesis” series. I feel like we have learned a lot. I have a lot of ideas about where to go after this, so please pray with us that God will lead us in the direction He wishes we take. Also pray that God will use this class and this teacher to prepare this “Army” for whatever the Lord has for them in the years to come, and to help them be prepared to serve God and grow His church.

~ Vanessa Kightlinger