Tewksbury Congregational Church Presents Students with Bibles
Youngsters given Bibles as part of Sunday School education program.
On Oct. 31, children in the 3 year old classroom and youth in the 3rd grade class were formally presented with age appropriate Bibles at Tewksbury Congregational Church as part for their Sunday School education. Three year olds received a Bible Storybook with many familiar Biblical stories for them to enjoy at home with their families, while third graders received Bibles.
For no tuition charge, children at Tewksbury Congregational Church, meet in grade specific classrooms for an hour, where the topic to be taught is presented in story form. This lesson is then reinforced through crafts, projects and activities. Class enrollment remains open and ongoing throughout the year.
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 1735. 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.