Children and Youth
Children's Sunday School classes are divided by age (Nursery, Toddlers, K-2nd grade, and 3rd-5th grade). Each class provides age appropriate ways of teaching the Children Bible stories and applying it to their lives through story, crafts, and fun! K-2nd and 3rd -5th grad classes meet in the classrooms on the main floor of the Christian Education building every Sunday at 9:30am. Nursery and Toddler classes meet on the lower level of the Christian Education building.
Middle/High School Class, for all youth in grades 6th-12th, meets on the second floor of the new C.E building.
Adult Bible Class studies Biblical Writings and their meanings for the times in which they were written and to understand them through the lives of the Chosen people of God, so that we may learn the essential principles of how human beings should deal with God and with each other. In doing so, we hope to become better Christians. The curriculum is "The Present Word" uniform lesson series. We donate money to Sunnyside Ministry and other groups, do church memorials and have an annual Christmas dinner at a member's home.
E.T. Clemmons Class is an adult Sunday School class for all ages. The primary concern is the study of scripture for the original meaning and how we can apply the scripture to our lives today. We use "The Present Word" for our study material. This study material has a focus on various subjects of the Bible from the Old and New Testament. We support concerns such as Sunnyside Ministries, Clemmons Food Pantry, Storehouse for Jesus' Angel Tree Project Christmas, people who are jobless, Moravian Prison Ministry, and other concerns during the year. We also record every Sunday School lesson and make the recordings, on CD, available to anyone who is not able to come to church.
Covenant Class is a discussion-based class. We use various study materials, from Uniform Lesson Materials to videos to book studies. Several members serves as discussion leaders. We act as grade-parents for a class at Old Town Elementary, providing school supplies, class parties, tutoring, and any needs that might help. We also collect coins year round for the Samaritan Inn Coin Drive.
Fellowship Class has been a significant part of Clemmons Moravian for many years. Our mission is to increase our faith and understanding by regular Bible study and then to use what we learn to serve the church and community. Members of this class have always supported needed projects of CMC. A significant project of this class was the building and construction of the outdoor pavilion. Other church and community projects are constantly supported financially and personally as needed. Many members of this class have and are serving on church and Provincial Boards and Committees. We follow the Uniform Standard Curriculum prepared jointly by the Moravian, Presbyterian and United Church of Christ denominations. We have five dedicated teachers who share in the teaching of the class and a dedicated class membership that includes up to 40 members who attend regularly. Class activities and projects are determined on an annual basis.
The Sisters Class is a class composed of women of all ages. The purpose of the Sisters Class is to encourage participation of the women in our church who are not currently enrolled in Sunday School. Our studies are prayerfully selected to speak primarily to women and to encourage growth in our role as Christian Sisters. Women from other classes can take part in any study we do without becoming a permanent member of the class. We strive to grow in our walk with God and support each other in that walk. If you are a CMC woman looking for a Sunday School home, please visit with the Sisters.