Virtual Church School | Love God, Love Your Neighbor

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Bible stories, reflection, creative arts, community service and more!

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Through reading, videos, discussions, and other activities, students will learn and practice ways to work joyfully for justice within their family, school, church, and community. The virtual church school meeting will provide bible learning and activities to introduce age-appropriate topics related to justice and equality for all. Instruction will introduce topics, guide thinking, and suggest activities from which to choose for the rest of the week.

Virtual Church School Meetings will be Sundays, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM as follows:

  • Pre-kindergarten (4 years old) to 6th grade - each Sunday
  • Peoples Youth Ministry (7th - 12th grade) - will meet on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month.

Students and teachers must register to get access to the Zoom link and other information. Just click on the Register button! Access to the Church School Online Event Page containing program details, including our private Zoom link, will be made available to you after your registration is confirmed.

Questions? Contact dhwboce2020@gmail.com.

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Organizer Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ

Organizer of Virtual Church School | Love God, Love Your Neighbor

Peoples Congregational United Church of Christ is a progressive Christian community located in the Petworth neighborhood of Washington, D.C.  The congregation is called by faith, led by hope and united by love to build strong and committed disciples for Jesus Christ.  The congregation mirrors in many ways the multicultural nature of the surrounding metropolitan area.  The diversity of members’ spiritual and cultural origins sustains a robust fellowship and mission life.  The resulting exposure to different cultures and religious backgrounds creates a spirit of acceptance and requires openness to the knowledge, ideas and perspectives embodied in members’ experiences.

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