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Sunday School

The purpose of our Sunday School classes is to equip and train men and women of all ages to be able to think and live rightly in accordance with the truths of Scripture. 

Adult Sunday School | 9:30 a.m | 


2023, Jan 8 - July 9: Continuing the series: Survey of the Book of Romans. (see date exceptions within this link).


2022, Sept. 25 - Nov. 20 (and again in 2023): Survey of the Book of Romans (see date exceptions within this link).

2022, July 10 - Sept. 18: We will look at the various covenants using the book, Covenants Made Simple: Understanding God's Unfolding Promises to His People, by Jonty Rhodes.

2022, May 22 - July 3: A brief overview of the works of C.S. Lewis (exception: June 26).

2021 June 20 - 2022 May 15: Old Testament Survey, a review of a book of the Old Testament each Sunday. Click on the OT Survey link to access the handouts. Many of the messages are recorded and can be accessed here

Each Adult Sunday School teacher is also talking for a few minutes about a Question and Answer (Q & A) that's in the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

Previous Studies:

Spring of 2021 - We completed our learning of various sermons and essays from The Lion of Princeton: The Works of B.B. Warfield, which we started Feb. 7th and ran through June 13th, 2021.

2020 - We covered lessons from John Owen's book, The Mortification of Sin: Dealing with Sin in Your Life. 

Summer 2020 - via Facebook Live: We covered a 5-part series about Satan and His Devices from Thomas Brooks' book Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices. Click here.

From Oct. 27 - Nov. 17, 2019, the adults studied Hymns written by Frances Ridley Havergal, George Matheson, Charles Wesley, and Joseph H. Gilmore.

On Oct. 13, 2019, the adults completed a series called Historical Heresies.  We reviewed such topics as Judaizers, Antinomians, Gnosticism, Marcionism, Montanism, Modalism​, ​Sabellianism / Patripassianism, Docetism, Arianism, Pelagianism / Semi-Pelagianism, and Positive Christianity.​ We looked at these false doctrines in light of the truth of God's Word. 

On July 28, 2019, the adults completed working through the book Confessing the Faith: A Reader’s Guide to the Westminster Confession of Faith by Chad Van Dixhoorn, along with Confessing the Faith Study Guide by Emily Van Dixhoorn.  

Children's Sunday School | 9:30 a.m | 

The children of New Covenant use the Great Commission Publication curriculum during their classtime on Sunday mornings. In addition to Sunday school lessons, children ages 3 through 7 are learning the Children's Catechism while children ages 7 and up are reviewing the Shorter Catechism each week.  We encourage weekly Bible memory which coincides with the curriculum. Students also learn a "Hymn of the month" with our children's ministry coordinator on Sunday mornings. This study paused on July 17th and will pick up again on Oct. 23, 2022.

Beginning July 24, 2022, the children will learn from Building Little Pillars: The Lord's Prayer, a 10-lesson series, through Oct. 9th. For more information please email our Children's Ministry Director, Andrea Mingledorff, at newcovpreskids@gmail.com.

Youth Sunday School | 9:30 a.m | 

Starting Aug. 28, the Youth Ministry students will meet at 9:30 am to learn from Great Commission Publication Digging Deeper to look at the Westminster Shorter Catechism.

This year through Aug. 21, 2022, the Youth Sunday School students of New Covenant met at 9:30 am, together with the adults, learning alongside of them.

In Dec. 2019, the Jr. High and High School students completed their study of The Hole in Our Holiness: Filling the Gap Between Gospel Passion and the Pursuit of Godliness by Kevin DeYoung.

In July 2019, they finished their study from from The Joy Project: An Introduction to Calvinism by Tony Reinke. Tony Reinke is a staff writer for desiringGod.org and host of the popular Ask Pastor John podcast.

On March 31, 2019, they completed their study from Christianity and Liberalism by J. Gresham Machen. 

Contact our Youth Director, Mr. David Prussia, for more details about any of these studies and other Youth Group activities, conferences, camps, and service projects, newcovpres@gmail.com.