Sunday School

Sunday mornings begin with a time of corporate prayer and worship in the sanctuary. At the appropriate time, each class is dismissed and escorted by the Sunday School teachers into their respective classrooms. Sunday School ages range four to twelve.

Our Sunday School teachers are passionate about presenting Biblical principles and fundamental doctrine into each lesson. Formative years require special care and attention. If we can get it right during this early stage in their life, they will have a strong, incorruptible foundation to build on the rest of their life.

Youth Group

The student ministry of The Truth Church involves those who are ages 12-36 and unmarried. We are the “ARMY” (an acronym for Apostolic Revival Minded Youth). It is our mission to revive the biblical experience of the apostolic generation in our own generation. We are a sincere group of young people striving to be exemplary in Christian speech, conduct, love, faith, and purity (1 Timothy 4:12).

On the first Friday of each month, the ARMY gets together for youth services, classes, or just a good time of fun and fellowship! Periodically, we will travel to youth-oriented conferences and retreats. Whatever we are doing, we are working towards developing young adults who are prepared to lead productive and successful lives – both in the natural realm and in the spiritual.

 
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Newcomers Class

Sunday mornings begin with a time of corporate prayer and worship in the Sanctuary. At the appropriate time, each class is dismissed and escorted by the Sunday School teachers into their respective classrooms. Sunday School ages range from toddlers (2) to pre-teens (11).

Our Sunday School teachers are passionate about persisting Biblical principles and fundamental doctrine into each lesson. Formative years require special care and attention. If we can get it right during this early stage in their life, they will have a strong, incorruptible foundation to build on the rest of their life.

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