Cornerstone Presbyterian

Children and Youth Sunday School

Children and Youth Sunday School is currently on break for the summer, but will resume in the Fall.

Examples of Past Sunday School Classes Provided

Newborn – 3 Year Olds
Nursery Care

Rooms 109 & 110


The Gospel Project for Kids
3 Year Olds through 3rd Grade

Starts in Room 103/104 for Large Group. Students in this age range will meet together at 9:45 for table discussions, singing, a Bible story, and a video. Then they will go to their classrooms for discussion and review. We will be using The Gospel Project for Kids curriculum, which connects Bible events to God’s plan of redemption in Jesus.

Pre-K (3 & 4 Years)
(Must be 3 by September 1st, 2016)
Teachers: Gabe and Christina Intano, Sue Smith, & Susie Strumbeck

Drop Off: Room 103
Pick Up: Room 105

Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Teachers: Diane Coleman & Julie Myers
Drop Off: Room 103
Pick Up: Room 103

2nd & 3rd Grades
Teacher: Margie Foraker, Ben Myers, & Gail Pauley
Drop Off: Room 103
Pick Up: Room 209


4th & 5th Grades
This spring we will continue to learn about the names of God, which are wonderful revelations of His majestic character. This study presents the Hebrew names of God in the Old Testament and the names of Christ and the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. Each lesson encourages children to see and rejoice in the goodness and greatness of God as they explore the meaning of His glorious names.

Teachers: Richard Rush & Christy Green
Room 206

6th through 8th Grades
Our middle school class uses the Orange Curriculum. Topics for the spring session include Road Trip (a journey with Paul), All Access (because of Easter we have an all- access pass to Him and to the life He has for us), Your Move (what the Bible says about how we live with our family), and Forward Motion (what the Bible says about goal setting). The class includes games, teaching, small group time and donuts.
Teacher: Rob and Amy Gregory

Youth Room

9th through 12th Grades
This spring, our high school Sunday school class will be discussing the redemptive plan God has set out for his people. The class will primarily be focusing on the book of Exodus and the giving of the Ten Commandments. We will be studying the application of the Ten Commandments to the people of Israel as well as how it can be applied to the lives of believers today. Please bring your Bible for this study!
Teacher: Dan Smith, Jr.
Room 201