Sunday School - Clackmannan Parish Church

Go to content

Sunday School

Active Groups

The Sunday school begins at 11.00 am in Church when a short segment of the morning service is dedicated to the children and young people, and for about 15 minutes the Church Family worships God together, parent's and children alike.
Thereafter, the children and teenagers are taken by leaders to the church hall, which is located just off High Street.  Parent's and carers collect their children from these halls at the conclusion of the service, around 12.10 pm.

Teaching Time

For our Sunday school teaching time we use teaching material called ‘Spill The Beans’.  Each age group is promised activities which are lively, interactive, and Bible-based. With words, pictures, music and activities, we try to help parents to teach the children to know God for themselves.

We hope to show, in practice as well as in teaching, a responsible and Christian way of daily living. Children may take home activity leaflets and are encouraged to finish them with parents help if possible.

If you would like your child to be part of our Sunday school, bring them along to the church service any Sunday morning.  You will be asked to complete a registration form for safeguarding purposes. You can collect them from the appropriate church hall indicated above.  Or, why not just come along to our service and wait for them?

From Time to Time

From time to time we hold services in which all ages come together.  Our children and young people usually play some part. Parents are particularly welcome at these.
PARTIES are arranged occasionally, for those who regularly attend.
In June there is a BARBECUE on the manse lawn on the afternoon of the Sunday school closing service.

Why not check out our Sunday School 2019 Nativity Play based around the theme of superheroes.

Clackmannan Parish Church of Scotland
Port Street
FK10 4JH

Tel: +44(0) 1259 214238
Charity Registered in Scotland SC002324

We are a Church of Scotland congregation and believe that God has called His people in Clackmannan Parish Church, under His guidance, to be a congregation committed to sharing Jesus' Word and Love with the community.
Back to content