Sunday School Launches On Sept. 11

Introducing our New Superintendent, Sevag Sarkissian
Publish Date: 
Wednesday, August 31, 2022

Our Sunday School is overjoyed for the opportunity to launch our 2022/23 program on Sunday, September 11, 2022! We have been hard at work to preparing to bring this vital program back to our community and are excited to share our plans with you.

We are pleased to announce that Sevag Sarkissian will be the superintendent of our Sunday School this year.

Enroll Your Child In Sunday School Today!

Highlights from last years program

When does Sunday School begin? The first day of Sunday School is September 11, 2022 Classes are from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.

Should I enroll online or can I register in person? We prefer that our families enroll their children online to ensure that we receive all the necessary information. Also we are asking for a nominal registration fee per child, which can be paid online. All children will a commemorative water bottle upon registering.

Is there anything new to this year's program? One new facet to our program this year are our after school offerings. Registrants can sign up for Youth Group (11 and up), Armenian Dance, and Armenian Language, which will be offered after Sunday School. More details about these offerings will be announced when enrollment is closed. Enrollment will be open through September.

Does Sunday School still need volunteers? Thanks to the devoted spirits of our families, several parents have stepped up to take on open positions and we gratified to be able to offer classes for each of our anticipated age groups. However, more volunteers are always welcome, and your support will help our program grow.

How can I learn more about the program? Feel free to reach out to us by emailing Sevag Sarkissian, or contacting our office.

The Sunday School Mission

The purpose of St. John Sunday School program is to facilitate an opportunity for children to learn the fundamentals of Orthodox Christianity as taught by the Fathers of the Orthodox Church.  Additionally, St. John Sunday School provides an opportunity for children to learn their Armenian culture through song, art, and creative projects.