The Creche is held during Sunday School term for children up to the age of two years. It allows parents to worship together on a Sunday morning in the knowledge that their infants are being cared for.
The Sunday School, for children aged 2 - 11 years, meets from the first Sunday in September to the first Sunday in June.
Details of weekly activities can be found by clicking on Sunday School calendar entry for any particular Sunday.
The four departments are:
Tweenies is a first introduction to Sunday School for children aged 2-3 1/2 years. The children meet to play with toys and games and occasionally sing songs.
- Beginners Department
The Beginners Sunday School is designed for pre-school children in the age range 3 1/2 - 5 years. We aim to introduce children to the principles of Christianity and familiarise them with stories from the Bible. Our activities are geared to the needs and interests of pre-school children. We use singing, acting, story-telling and craft activities to present ideas to the children. We aim to provide an atmosphere where children feel comfortable and welcome and where they have fun while they learn. We will be happy to visit any child at home before they begin Sunday School or make arrangements for parents to settle them in Beginners.
- Junior Department
The Junior Sunday School welcomes all children aged 5 - 7 years (primary 1 - 3). Our aim is to help them learn about Jesus in a way that is attractive, fun-filled and easy to understand. The children meet in the main hall and then with their teachers attend the first part of the 10.30am service, before moving to the Halls.
- The Senior Department
The Senior Sunday School, for children aged 8 - 11 years (primary 4 - 7), aims to provide teaching of Christian beliefs and values. The children meet in the Cathedral and attend the first part of the 10.30am Service, sitting with members of the teaching staff, before leaving to meet in the Halls.
For more information about the Sunday Schools contact Sheila O'Donnell, the Sunday School Co-ordinator to whom comments can also be made about the content on this page.