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Saturday, 30 September 2006 11:41

Sunday school is an integral part of our church along with the MGOCSM,Martha Mariam Samajam, Men’s forum etc. It focuses on providing a good foundation to our children about the basics of the Orthodox faith and lessons from the Bible.
The Sunday school commences with the Gospel reading of the day being read and its significance being explained. The children are divided into different classes based on their ages as primary, junior and senior. They are taught Bible stories, songs, memory verses and various other activities.

Other than the regular classes, the Sunday school holds various activities annually like competitions during the picnic. The school shows an active participation in presenting a number of programs on the important days of the church calendar like Christmas, Easter, Perunnal as well as on Mother’s Day & Father’s Day. The school extends its activities with the children readily taking part and expressing their various talents at the 3-4 day OVBS [Orthodox Vacation Bible School], inter regional church competitions, Christmas Ecumenical church programs and Christmas Talent night show held by our church.
We are proud of our Sunday school children for their active participation in all our activities, and are thankful to our dedicated team of Sunday school teachers and coordinators. We are also very thankful for all the support we receive from the parents. Last but not the least, we are thankful to our Achen without whose sincere support and guidance this would not have been possible.
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