The mission of the Sts. Vartanantz Church Sunday School is to encourage our children to learn and practice the spiritual principles and teachings of the Christian faith. This is accomplished according to the doctrines, sacraments, rites, and traditions of the Armenian Apostolic Church through a curriculum developed by the Armenian Religious Education Council of the Prelacy.
Our teachers work hard at creating lessons which focus on the love of Christ and how we are to live a life according to His teachings. Our hope is that these lessons provide the encouragement for our children to emulate Christ’s love through friendship, kindness, charity and prayer.
Periodically, we also join together for special programs throughout the year. These “special Sunday’s” include group lessons with corresponding activities and crafts. It is our goal that these events nurture godly friendships with the focus on doing God’s work.
When Does Enrollment Begin?
Enrollment and classes begin on the celebration of the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross (between September 11-17 each year).
What Can I Expect My Child To Learn?
The eight-unit curriculum focuses on living the life of Christ through the following:
- Life and teaching of Christ
- Prominent Religious Figures
Who May Enroll?
Any child, early preschool through Grade 8, who have been baptized in the Armenian Apostolic Church. Please note that early preschool starts as early as 18 months and a parent must be present during the class.
When does the Sunday School meet?
Classes are held every Sunday from 9:30 – 11:30 AM, from September through May.
Who may I contact to learn more?
For more information, please contact Yn. Debbie Nazarian – Sunday School Director 401-935-5567 or email@example.com