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South Aiken Presbyterian Church seeks to help people of all ages know what it means to be a Christian, guides people to tell God's story in relation to their own story, and prepares members to hear God's call to go and serve.  We help learners hunger for faith-filled conversations around scripture and live lives of faithful action.



We hope you will join us soon for Sunday School

where we can Move With God together! 



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  • Youth Video

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  • Middle School Video

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  • 2nd-5th Grade Video

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  • 3K - 1st Grade Video


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  • Sr. Adults Video

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  • Nursery & Toddlers

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sunday school

Here's what is being offered at sapc this FALL!!

  

The Sanctuary Class:  Classes will be held in the sanctuary at 10:00 a.m. Class leaders are Dale Stephens and Sandy Haines.


The Senior Adults Class:  This class will study the David C. Cook series entitled Responding to God’s Grace this fallIt  meets in the Pastor’s Conference Room (PCR) at 10:00 a.m. and concludes in time for attendees to claim their favorite pew for the 11:00 a.m. service.  The class leaders are Steve Stine and Shirley Colburn.


The Origins Class:  This class takes a close look at the origins of the Old Testament.  The group is now studying Deuteronomy.  The class is held in in Room 101 in the FLC at 10:00 a.m.  The leaders are Paul Ebel and Mary Bunch.  


The Couples’ Class: This group meets upstairs in Room F203 of the FLC in the Couples’ Classroom.  The class leaders are Robert & Cheryl Glance. 



 










And there's more...

We experience the grace and love of Christ through many ministries at South Aiken Presbyterian and sometimes it is hard to distinguish where one ministry begins and the next begins. We hope to foster intergenerational relationships, incorporate all generations in worship, share in service projects, and engage everyone in learning.  Bringing the generations together provides benefits and blessings on many levels. 


Below are some of our intergenerational acitivities.


  • Food for Thought

    For several weeks during Lent and in the fall, we offer a special teaching series entitled n Food for Thought.  We gather on a weeknight   to share a meal, share fellowship, and learn.

  • Promotion Sunday

    In August, we gather in the gym to say thank-you to our teachers, promote our children and youth, dedicate our confirmands, sing a little, play a little, and share a delicious breakfast. 

  • Picnics and Potlucks

    Twice a year, in October and May, we gather as a church family and enjoy fellowship and fun.

  • Kids and Heavenly Grandparents

    Children and our Heavenly Grandparents enjoy getting together to paint some pottery, play some games, or head to a medieval playground together. 

  • Youth Reaching Out to Children

    The youth of our church family are very involved in the faith formation of our youngest disciples. Amongst other things, they help with First Fridays/ Parents Night Out and are significant leaders during during Vacation Bible School. 

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  • Youth 6th - 12th

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  • Adult Groups

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  • Young Adults

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  • Young @ Hearts

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