Beginning on Sunday, Sept. 11, Tewksbury Congregational Church will begin its program year with tuition-free classes for youth ages three through high school. To begin the curriculum year, families are welcome to attend Rally Day. Beginning at 8 a.m., coffee, juice and Donna’s Donuts will be served; families are welcome to partake in while meeting the Sunday School staff and finding out more about the program. Sunday School will begin at 9 a.m.
To celebrate the beginning of the program year, there will be bounce houses and an inflatable obstacle course geared for adults and youth outside at the conclusion of Sunday School.
Classes run for approximately one hour and begin with a Biblically based entertaining video followed by crafts, projects, fun and lively activities. All youth are welcome regardless of religious background.
In order to provide the best care and learning situation possible, all families are asked to complete a registration form, which can be found online at Tewksburycc.org.
At no cost to families, TCC provides many youth programs and activities which build friendships outside of Sunday mornings. Monthly social programs, such as a September trip to Parlee Farm, November’s Altitude jump social or a pool party at Shawsheen Tech, are open to all. Confirmation classes and a mission trip are open to older youth.
As always, enrollment in the Sunday School program is ongoing and tuition free. For parents with babies and toddlers, a nursery is staffed by a CORI’d adult volunteer and youth aides. All are welcome regardless of race, color, national origin, previous religious background, economic status, gender, age, sexual orientation or physical challenges. Adults are encouraged to attend worship, which runs concurrently with the Sunday School program.
More information can be obtained by visiting Tewksburycc.org, e-mailing Sue Panilaitis at email@example.com or calling the church office at 978-851-9411.
About the Tewksbury Congregational Church
Tewksbury Congregational Church, a member of one of the largest Protestant denominations in New England, is located across from the Town Common, and was established in 1734. Tewksbury Congregational Church welcomes all people desiring to lead their lives according to the teachings of Jesus Christ, regardless of race, color, national origin, previous religious background, economic status, gender, age, sexual orientation, or physical challenges. For more information, visit www.tewksburycc.org.