Our Sunday School runs concurrently with Sunday morning services. Sunday School is for children and young people aged 2 to 16, and meets on Sundays in the Large Hall at 11 a.m. from September to May.
The Sunday School staff and children gather in the Large Hall from 11 a.m. to prepare for going into the church at 11:10 a.m. for the Service, which begins at 11:15 a.m.
Children are also encouraged to sit with their parents or other members of the family, if they prefer. Babies are welcome to be present throughout the service; and most Sundays, there are babies present. If a child becomes fretful or too noisy, parents sometimes feel there is no option but to take the child out to the hall, where someone will go to help them.
After being in Church for the first part of the Service, the children leave to go to Sunday School. Each week they follow through an age appropriate teaching programme taught in an engaging way, and always based on Scripture.
The Sunday School Superintendent is Beth-Joy MacLeod.
All teachers are part of the PVG scheme, have completed the Church of Scotland Child Protection Training, and have passed the Disclosure Scotland process. All have many years’ experience in working with children and young people.