Valentine gifts prepared by students and adult partners or Town Clock Community Development (permanent, supportive, affordable housing for women).
The Reformed Church of Freehold is committed to nurturing children’s faith through bible stories and life application. The story of our living faith is conveyed through innovative resources that engage students and equip teachers.
Students learn about service through seasonal mission projects. These projects engage families and students in helping others locally and globally. In the past we purchased farm animals through Heifer International, provided Christmas gifts for local children, and brought in school supplies for distribution through Church World Service.
At this time, we are engaged in remote learning using Zoom on Sunday afternoons at 1 pm. The first and third Sundays our younger students gather remotely, and on the second and fourth Sundays our older students come together the same way. On fifth Sundays there are special sessions for all ages. Contact the office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for Zoom information and children’s handouts.
Some drawing games as we kicked off the new Sunday School year.
Learning and practicing faith is a lifelong task. Adult studies are offered periodically. New member, confirmation, and communion classes are taught as needed.