Sunday School

20 children regularly attend Sunday School (The Kirkie) in St. Combs when they are not involved in special services at the church.

Sunday School is held each Sunday during term time in the small hall at The Kirkie in St Combs.  Up to 20 children attend, and are well supported by parents.  They have a Bible story with relevant songs and activities in a large group then split into two smaller groups with the older children looking further into the bible story and relating it to their own lives.  At this point the younger children take part in more practical hands on activities or movement activities linked with the chosen bible story. There is also singing of Junior Praise hymns or other songs chosen by the children to fit the theme.  The session always closes with a prayer and on frequent occasions this is either chosen or written by the children themselves.  Four times a year they attend Lonmay church where they often present a ‘play’ based on the stories that they have learnt that term for the fellowship.  This is always greatly appreciated.  Attendance is regular and for a small area is well supported. In addition, there are three family services held each year, to which the children and parents are encouraged to attend.

Sunday School prizegiving June 2017


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At the family service on 8th October 2017 the Sunday School enacted scenes from the story of Joseph and his coat of many colours, which they had been learning about this term.


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At the same service, George Strachan was presented with the Betty Ross Award by Betty’s sister Jean del Testa.


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