Profession of Faith Class
What do lemons, spelling tests, wedding cake, stickers, and balloons all have in common?
They are all part of the kid-friendly curriculum developed here at Knox to help children understand what it means to profess their faith in Jesus Christ and to begin to participate in the sacraments, or visible expressions of God’s grace for His people which sustain our faith.
How the class teaches
This class was born out of a desire for children to have a clear and deep understanding of these profound means of grace. Using interactive illustrations, simple skits, and storytelling, teachers present the children with such concepts as the fall of humankind in Adam; the substitutionary atonement of Christ Jesus, who is the second Adam; and the sacraments of baptism and communion as signs and seals of God’s covenant promises to His people.
This one-day, four-hour class is offered annually in early spring. One parent is asked to attend with his or her child so that these important concepts can be followed up on together. This class is specifically geared for 2nd-6th graders but is open to younger children, upon the request of their parents.
If you are interested in having your child participate in the next class, please complete the Profession of Faith registration form.