Sunday School

2 Year Olds through Kindergarten get the chance to experience God's love through active, hands-on lessons. The toddlers get to see, hear, touch, taste, and smell in their lessons with their parents. The central point is reinforced through different learning activities so that these little ones can remember that God is special and so are they.

1st through 5th Graders experience a rotational Sunday school format with classrooms transformed into creative workshops to give all children a different learning experience. Each Sunday morning the children meet in the Fellowship Hall for opening activities. Each grade (1-5) is assigned a shepherd to take the class to a different workshop each week. The students study a Bible story for three weeks travelling to places such as: The Creation Station, Holy Word Studios with theatre style popcorn, ATWW Newsroom, Drama Room and Puppet Theatre, Bible Game Room, Computer Room, Tent Tales, and Mary's Kitchen.  The 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month parents are encouraged to join with their children.  A service project is led by the middle school and high school students on the 4th Sunday of each month.  

Middle School & High School Students meet each Sunday morning during the school year at 9:15 a.m. for fellowship through various service projects for and in the community. Activities have included everything from raking lawns to making tie blankets for charitable organizations.

Adults meet at 9:15 a.m. in the Reformation Room for a class with Pastor Bruce on a variety of spiritual topics.