Train up a child in the way he should go; Even when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs – 22:6
“Fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”
A Sunday school is an institution designed to teach people, usually children, about Christianity. Even though we are away from our native place, it is our responsibility to show up and train up children according to our own believes and traditions. Examples and wise guidance by parents and teachers are very important to grow a child in the knowledge of God from the tender age .
Our Sunday school started in the year 2007. The classes are conducted on every Sunday after the holy Qurbana in the church.We have 45 students in 6 different classes. 8 teachers are presently devoted in preaching the word of God, preparing them to grow as true Christians.
Our Sunday school follows Malankara Jacobite Syrian Sunday school Association (MJSSA) syllabus and curriculum.Annual examination, Baalakalolsavam and Jacobite Syrian Vacation Bible School (JSVBS) is conducted every year.
Mr. Thambi Thomas is supported by a team of Church members in conducting the Sunday Schools activities. Following are the members: Skariah Eapen, Varghesekutty George, Liju Chacko, Bincy Varghese, Sunimol Thambi, July Binoy, Ligi Bobin and Reshma Skariah. Thanks to Mr. Thambi and the team for their continuous dedication in guiding the children of the church in good faith of our Church.
Annual Sunday School Balakalaolsavam (Malayalam word, native Indian languae, for Kids competition) was held on April 22nd 2018. Annual Sunday School Exams were conducted on 10th June 2018. Sunday school children also took part in All Ireland Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Sunday School Balakalaolsavam. The children from this church secured the highest points and won first prize in the competition. With great pride, we congratulate Sunday school students for winning the First Prize.
For the first time two of our Sunday school students completed 10th class in Sunday school with flying colours. Master Agin Noby and Master Abin Noby secured highest marks for 10th class exam across Ireland from Jacobite Syrian Orthodox Sunday schools