Sunday school classes are available to everyone ages 2 through adult from September thru May. Sunday school hours are 9:45 AM to 10:45 AM. Everyone participates in age appropriate Bible studies and activities that promote and serve God’s Plan. 

Children’s Sunday School 

Do your children know the Bible stories? Do they know the books of the Bible? Do they know who Jesus really is? They know the Pledge of Allegiance, but do they know the Pledge to the Christian Flag? Our classes offer activities that include discussions, presentations, crafts and multimedia approaches to understand Jesus’ love and teachings.For additional information, contact Wendy Brown at  

Adult Classes 

The adult Sunday School class meets weekly at 9:45 AM in the sanctuary. The women’s Bible study meets every Wednesday morning at 9:00am in the fellowship hall.  

Children’s Worship

During morning worship, children in grades kindergarten thru 5th grade are encouraged to attend children’s worship downstairs after the children’s sermon. Children learn, through song, prayer and drama, to worship on a level they can understand.  For additional information, contact Wendy Brown at or Pastor Lynne at 


A nursery is available for children under the age of 5 during Sunday School and morning worship. We also have a cry room in the narthex for parents who would like to remain with their children with more movement and the ability to listen to the sermon during the worship hour. 

Children’s Ministry Special Events

Hopewell hosts many special events throughout the year, featuring fun and friendship for our church families. Be sure to check our calendar for these and other upcoming special events!


Hopewell United Methodist Church follows the “Safe Sanctuaries” guidelines for United Methodist Churches. All teachers, church staff, and nursery workers have had training and criminal background checks, and all activities involving children and youth require at least two unrelated adults to be present. Click here to see our Safe Sanctuaries policy.

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