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Christian Learning

 
Our Bible curriculum is based on the Children's Catechism (grades K-2) and the Westminster Shorter Catechism (grades 3-5). The catechism is a teaching tool used to instruct children in the basic tenets of the Christian faith. We do not cover the entire catechism but have selected specific questions that we feel best tell God's story of love, forgiveness, and redemption. 
 
Each week of school focuses on one or two catechism questions and their responses. Lessons are developed around each topic and are used to help the children relate and reflect on God's work in their lives in each area. A memory verse is also assigned for the week, and it is a verse the entire school works on.
 
The lesson ends with chapel on Friday morning, where a speaker will then present a message based on the catechism question, emphasizing and reviewing important biblical points taught during the week. 
 
 
Clicking on the links below will take you to each of those catechisms.

 See the Catechism Comparison page to view how the two catechisms line up with each other and which questions have been selected for use in our curriculum.