New Apostolic Church USA

Religious Instruction Grades 6-7

Religious Instruction is a program within the religious teaching of the New Apostolic Church developed specifically for children who are in Grades 6 and 7. In Religious Instruction, the children’s learning experiences build on what they learned in Sunday School. The children’s knowledge, as well as understanding, of the Bible and New Apostolic doctrine is deepened. Within the lessons, teachers place special emphasis on the relevance of what the children are learning to how it impacts their lives today. The children begin to discover how they can become more like Christ and how they fit into God’s plan.

Religious Instruction classes will help children:

  • Deepen their understanding of the Bible, the plan of salvation in the past and the future, the New Apostolic doctrine, and their own faith; 
  • Recognize and discover ways to feel a part of the congregation and the work of God; 
  • Recognize what it means to be an NAC Christian within the world today; 
  • To live a Christ-Centered life.


Click HERE for the Winter 2019 Religious Instruction lessons 


Click HERE for the Spring 2019 Religious Instruction lessons


PLEASE NOTE: The Sunday School Curriculum is a work in progress, and may be adjusted by our NAC-USA Children’s Work Group according to the current needs of our children or due to the normal fluctuation in the yearly calendar.





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