When you hear of a church Sunday school, what thoughts conjure up in your mind?
Most often people think that this means children are being instructed in church or of children leaving the main church service after a time of singing to be taught by Sunday School teachers in a separate room to their parents. At Sheffield Presbyterian Church we deliberately encourage whole families to attend our public worship services on the Lord’s Day, so that families can worship God together, therefore the children are not deprived of hearing the preaching of the word of God. We hold a Sunday School for adults and children at 10.00am each Sunday, for 45 minutes before our morning worship service at 11.00am. We are currently studying the Westminster Larger Catechism. The teaching is interactive, doctrinal, and also full of application for Christians to be able to understand what it means to ‘glorify God and to enjoy him forever’.
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We would like to invite you to join us for our Catechism Class, especially if you are visiting our church for the first time. In recent decades or even in the last 130 years or more, the UK has lost much of it’s connection to our Christian heritage and it is hoped that studying the Catechisms will in some small measure, contribute to a recovery of solid doctrinal instruction for Christians of all ages.
There are two breaks of two weeks during the Christmas and Easter holidays and there will be no Catechism Class during the summer holidays.