We love our Sunday School classes here at Kings Highway. Our adult classes gather to study God's Word on Sunday mornings and get together outside of Sunday morning to enjoy great fellowship.


Elementary School Age

The River
K-5th Grade
Located on the 2nd floor in the education building

Middle School Age

Chi Rho
6th – 8th Grade
Located on the 3rd floor in the education building

High School Age

9th – 12th Grade
Located on the 3rd floor in the education building

XYZ Class

Located in the 2nd floor Parlor
(20's to 40's)

Discovery Class

Located on the 3rd floor in the education building
(All Ages)

Pioneer Class

Located on the 3rd floor in the education building
(All ages)

Keystone Class

Located on the 1st floor in the education building

Cornerstone Class

Located on the 1st floor in the education building

Adults are welcome to attend any of our adult classes. Age is just a number but here is what you will tend to find in each.

Children Worship & Wonder (CW&W)

So What Exactly is CW&W? CW&W is a faith formation worship-centered approach with storytelling, ritual, and fellowship used with children in churches to help them deepen their relationship with God.

Children Worship & Wonder is something our children three years old through 2nd grade can attend during our traditional worship service. Children Worship & Wonder uses the familiar four-fold order of worship found in many congregations. A trained Biblical storyteller welcomes the children to this special worship space.

They sit in a circle, surrounded by Bible stories made just for them, with all materials at their height. Everything in this special place is accessible to the children. The storyteller leads the children in a time of singing and praise. This coming together of the children follows the first order of worship, which is the gathering of God's people.

Next, they will hear one of God's stories in a storytelling format told with multi-sensory materials that children of different ages and learning styles can enter into and enjoy. When the story is completed, the children are invited to share in a time of wonder about the story. The children are asked "wondering questions" to help them dive deeper into the story's meaning and listen for God's still voice they find there. These questions might sound like, "I wonder if the Good Shepherd's sheep have names?" Or," I wonder what it was like to be in the ark for forty days…I wonder if Noah knew that God was with him?" These wondering questions ask the children how they are part of the story and how they are a part of the bigger Christian story. They begin to see that the stories in the Bible are their stories too.

Third, just as in "big worship," the children will respond to God's story. In "big worship," we often respond through prayer, song, offering, celebrating the Lord's Supper, commissioning, and celebrating baptisms. The children have the chance to respond to the Word in a myriad of ways as well. Some of these ways include using the story materials to tell the story they just heard, a story they heard on a previous Sunday, and their own story. They may also work with art and craft materials, pray at the prayer table, dance in the dance corner, or build with clay or blocks. These response materials are there to help them express their relationship with God.

After they respond in a way they choose, the children return to the circle. Here the storyteller lights the Christ candle and shows the children where to find the story in the Bible. Then as a community, they pray together and share in a feast. As they leave the worship center, the children will participate in the last order of worship, which is sending God's people into the world. The storyteller will give each child a special blessing as they leave to be God's disciples in their homes, schools, and activities. We follow this order every Sunday. This familiar rhythm allows children to relax in the space and go deeper into the stories. They can truly enter into a time of listening and talking with God. As children move from CW&W into "big" worship, they are familiar with the rhythm and joy of worshiping. They bring this with them as they continue into worship with the larger congregation.