Sunday School All Ages
Service Times: 8:00am and 10:45am
Bible Study: 9:30am
13888 Dreamwood Dr. San Antonio, TX 78233
Off Nacogdoches between Judson and O'Connor

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Kindergarden and Younger

Children two years of age we have Parents and Two curriculum available. Relies on the importance of parents teaching children at this age. Children three to kindergarten we have Growing in Christ Pre-Elementary classes available. Newborns will receive a roll call packet that helps parents introduce newborn to Christ.

Children

Children in grades 1-6 we use Cross Explorations from Concordia Publishing House. The children start out in a large group to Engage in opening worship. Children then break into smaller groups, grades 1-3 and grades 4-6 to Explore the weeks Bible Truth in depth. Finally they Express understanding of the Bible Truth through different activities.

Youth

Youth in grades 7-12 are encouraged to attend our Youth Connections classes. These are broken down into two groups by age, Fresh Teens, grades 7-9 and Mature Teens, grades 10-12. The groups both follow the same study material, currently the Real Deal studies from Concordia Publishing House. These studies are meant to help teens express themselves on issues they may be facing in school.

Adults

Adult Bible Study at King of Kings is lead by Pastor Neldo Schmidt. We are currently studying See Through the Scriptures from crossway. See Through the Scriptures makes the Bible more accessible by taking readers step-by-step through the entire biblical narrative from Genesis to Revelation, putting everything in clear context. With 44 full-color teaching graphics designed to help people grasp and remember the key events and concepts of the Bible, students gain a new appreciation for everything that preceded Jesus in order to more fully understand the deeper meaning of His ministry and message of love and servanthood.
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Sunday School All Ages

Sunday School All Ages

Sunday School is a passion at King of Kings.  We learn about our great God through the study of His Word given to us.  We study the truths He has revealed and then honor Him by attempting to live a life that reflects what we have learned.

All classes occur from 9:30 - 10:30 AM each Sunday.  The adults meet in the fellowship hall in the basement of the church.  The mature youth, grades 10-12 meet in the meeting room located in fellowship hall, in the basement of the church by the kitchen.  The fresh youth, grades 7-9 meet in the metal building located behind the ECDC building, see map.  The children, pre-K through 6 grade meet in the ECDC building cafeteria and then after a large group opening split off into age based groups.

Adults are current in a large group study.  Pastor Neldo Schmidt is leading Seeing Through The Scriptures which gives an understanding of the entire Bible narrative.

Youth will be starting an age appropriate study from Concordia Publishing House called Real Deal.  These are studies based on issue our youth are faced with in school and life.  They will also from time to time have special apologetic sessions to learn how to defend the truth of scripture.

Children will be starting a new program September 2, 2018 called Cross Explorations from Concordia Publish House.  This program follow a large group small group pattern where children all start together in a large group to open and worship with song and words.  They then break out to age appropriate groups to study a Bible Truth and finally wrap up by doing activities that help them understand the Bible Truth being taught that day.

LCMS - Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS) is a Christ centered, mission-oriented, Bible-based, confessional Christian denomination headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., founded on the teachings of Martin Luther.

In grateful response to God’s grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit through Word and Sacraments, the mission of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is vigorously to make known the love of Christ by word and deed within our churches, communities and the world.