Walker Chapel UMC

Sanctuary Open for Prayer: Sunday, 9:00 am
Adult Study: Sunday, 9:30 am
Worship: Sunday, 10:30 am
Children's Sunday School: Sunday, 10:45 am

Walker Chapel Sunday School

We offer child care for the youngest in our Nursery during Sunday morning worship, and a curriculum-based education program for those Pre-K though grade 5. We invite you and your family to be a part of the unique and caring community at Walker Chapel United Methodist Church.

All children who participate in Walker Chapel Sunday School start by joining their families in the worship service. After approximately 15 minutes in worship with their families, the children will be picked up by a teacher or volunteer and brought to Children's Ministry, where they will participate in Sunday school.  

Sunday School Monthly plan:

[February] Winter 2018

"Jesus' Miracles"

Pre-K ~ 5th Grader

Bible Verse

Jesus replied, "Why do you say 'if you can'? Anything is possible for someone who has faith ." (Matthew 19:26)


My redeemer lives, He got the whole world in his hand 

  Bible Story Activity Material Needed Teacher




The Four Friends
(Mark 2: 1-12)










Jairus's Daughter
(Mark 5:35-43)


(GetWell  Card)               


Guitar Craft





  Jesus Calms the  Storm
(Mark 4:35-41)  



Guitar Craft




WEEK    (25)


  Ten  Lepers
   (Luke 17:11-19)




Guitar Craft


* Basic Teaching Material: "Deep Blue" (published by the United Methodist Publishing House)

* Sub-Material: VeggieTales Movie and Music

* The above schedule is subject to change.

For questions and additional information, please contact Walker Chapel's Pastoral Intern, Han Yi at  069152han@gmail.com.

What is Deep Blue Curriculum? 

Deep Blue is a comprehensive Bible study. That's a grown-up term that says we're going to cover the whole Bible over three years. And we're also going to celebrate while we do it. Each year will include the Bible stories that go with our special church holidays like Christmas, Easter and Pentecost.

Children could hear a Bible lesson Sunday morning and later that week at home could log onto a digital virtual world through a mobile or tablet device, where the lessons that were taught in Sunday school were reinforced

Type "Deep Blue Adventures" at app store of IOS or Android.

Deep Blue is published by the United Methodist Publishing House in Nashville, Tennessee. ( http://www.deepbluekids.com/)