Upper Octorara Presbyterian Church, UOPC, Church, Parkesburg Pennsylvania.

Sunday School Kick-Off

Event details

  • Sunday | 8th September, 2019
  • 09:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 1121 Octorara Trail Parkesburg, PA 19365
  • (610)857-5787

Join us on Sunday, September 8, 2019 for our Sunday School Kick-Off!


All 3 children’s classes meet in the education wing behind the Sanctuary. A children’s ministry helper will always be available to direct you to the classroom.

Nursery (birth – 3 years) – Room 101 in the education wing.

Younger Children (4 years – 2nd grade) – Room 102 in the education wing.

Older Children (3rd – 5th grade) – Room 103 in the education wing

Check-in: For nursery age children, parents can complete check-in directly in the nursery before the service begins. For younger and older children, there will be a check-in table you can visit upon entering the Narthex/Lobby at UOPC. The children should sit with their parents in the service until Pastor Bill calls them up for the Children’s Message. After his story and prayer, Pastor Bill will call the teachers up to lead the students to their appropriate classroom.

Pick-up: Parents, or an approved adult, need to pick up their student from their Sunday School class at the completion of the worship service.


The Junior High and Senior High groups gather every Sunday, except for the last Sunday of each month, at 10:45am in the church library (second floor) for a study called “The Gospel Project.” The Gospel Project is a Christ-centered study that takes you on a journey through the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. Along the way, you’ll discover the big picture of what God has been doing throughout redemptive history, and what it means for YOU. The JH + SH groups will stay together for the Bible study.


UOPC offers 2 Adult Sunday School opportunities that meet in Brown Parlor:

9:30am – This class, led by Gary Goss, will be choosing curriculum as a class.

10:45am – This class, led by Don Cairns, will be focusing on families as they use the curriculum “Parenting Through the Phases.”