Important: All classes and school activities during this school year will be held based on the current COVID-19 limitations and in accordance with the governer’s orders.
The most important goal of Sunday School is to establish an atmosphere of love and trust in the Church and teach the children the foundations of the Church’s life so that they become interested in being part of the greater parish family.
Children age 4 and older who were baptized in an Orthodox Church can be admitted to Sunday School. The school is open each Sunday starting September 13, 2020, through May 16, 2021 (9 months). All classes are held after the Liturgy and lunch from 1 pm to 2:30 pm.
Students and Grades
|4 years||First Grade|
|5-6 years||Second Grade|
|7-10 years||Third Grade|
|10 years and older||Fourth Grade|
Children in all grades are taught the Law (Religious Education), Russian language, Reading, and Basics of Old Slavonic, Church Choir Singing, History, and Geography of Orthodox America and Russia.
The following activities are planned during the school year:
- Saints’ Days
- Feast of Sisterhood
- Fall Feast
- Quiz “What? Where? When?”
- Nativity Feast
- Maslenitsa (Cheese Fare Feast)
- Paschal Feast
- “Last Bell”
- Baking of Prosphoras (Altar Bread)
Sunday school will follow government’s directions and transition to distance learning whenever necessary.
For questions, please reach out to:
- School Mentor: Rev. Fr. Ioann (Komisarchuk) (612) 517-7496
- School Director: Tatyana Bolin (952) 929-9786
- Sisterhood: Ellada Agadzhanova (612) 616-8034