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Sunday School at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Norwich: Shaping the Faith of Tomorrow

At the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Norwich, we understand the importance of nurturing the spiritual growth of our youngest members. Our Sunday School program is designed to instill a strong foundation of faith and biblical understanding in our children, creating a vibrant and thriving future for our congregation.

The Impact of Sunday School

Participating in Sunday School offers numerous benefits for the spiritual development of our children:

  1. Biblical Knowledge: Children learn essential stories and teachings from the Bible, fostering a deep appreciation of Scripture.
  2. Faith Formation: Sunday School helps children develop a personal relationship with God and grow in their understanding of Orthodox Christian beliefs.
  3. Fellowship: Children build lasting friendships with their peers while exploring faith together in a supportive environment.
  4. Moral Guidance: Sunday School provides a framework for understanding and practicing Christian values in everyday life.

Our Sunday School Curriculum

Our Sunday School curriculum is designed to engage children of all ages in meaningful, age-appropriate lessons:

  1. Preschool & Kindergarten: Children explore Bible stories through storytelling, crafts, and interactive activities.
  2. Elementary School: Students delve deeper into Scripture, learning to apply biblical principles in their daily lives.
  3. Middle & High School: Teenagers engage in thoughtful discussions about faith and contemporary issues, fostering critical thinking and spiritual growth.

Get Your Child Involved in Sunday School

We invite you to enroll your child in our Sunday School program at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Norwich. To learn more about our curriculum or to register for classes, please contact our Sunday School coordinator.

Empower your children to grow in faith and knowledge. Enroll them in Sunday School at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Norwich today!
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