Is Sunday School Still Important?

No matter what you call it or when they actually meet, do you think Sunday School is worth the time and effort?  This article seems to indicate that it is.  As someone who teaches Sunday School, I can attest that it does..especially if make the effort to have a relationship with the members of your class outside the class settings.

The statistics in the article speak for themselves.  Small group interaction is vital to a person feeling connected to the church.  Once a person is part of a small group they are much less likely to drop out of church.

Do you attend Sunday School?  If not, why not?  If you don’t, you are depriving yourself and others of the benefits of the group.

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3 Responses to Is Sunday School Still Important?

  1. campman62 says:

    Agreed…*SS (No Nazi-pun intended) is where Xians can develop more in-depth relationships, sharpen & challenge one another in the faith & get some one on one (tet-a-tet~head-to-head) w/the pastor/teacher.

    *Sunday School-accept no substitutes. (Do not fake it at Small Group or allow Small Group time to “eclipse” this valuable tool)

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  2. Leslie says:

    I do attend Sunday School and even taught an adult class for several years. I firmly believe that it’s important to be part of a small group Bible study group to grow spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and socially. God created us to be part of a community, and what better way than to intentionally meet with other believers and seekers with a focus on His Word?

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  3. Learner of the Gospel says:

    I do believe that Sunday school is an important part of ministry and not to have one is a total disgrace.

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