A school of Christian living…

Sabbath School is a time where people can come together to discuss what they have learned about God through their daily study of the Bible and fellowship with each other.

Online Interactive Sabbath School

We broadcast a Sabbath School panel discussion every Sabbath (Saturday) from 10am to 11.15am.  And the best news is that you can be part of the discussions by sending us your questions and comments via YouTube chat! Our online Sabbath School will be streamed in a separate room from the Church Sanctuary while our in-persons are going on.

In-person Classes

Join us in the Church Sanctuary for our weekly classes at 10am every Sabbath (Saturday). It’s a great way to interact with others, as we discuss God’s Word and encourage each other in our faith. We have 7 adult classes for you to choose from, plus a Youth Class and a Pre & Post Baptismal Class (which takes place in the Upper Vestry).

Lesson Guide

We study the Bible, using a quarterly Sabbath School lesson as a guide, which is free online. Even more resources are listed below. Alternatively you can download a free app, or purchase a hardcopy of the study guide from our Sabbath School Department or directly from the Life Source Christian Bookshop.

Sabbath School Resources

We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite Sabbath School resources, including online discussion panels and study guides for all age groups. For a range of Sabbath School apps, which give you free access to print content in various languages, visit our App centre.

Reasons to join one of our Sabbath School classes

Sabbath School is a good opportunity for members to get to know each other well.
Discussion highlights needs within the group that others can respond to so that the whole group grows spiritually, thus producing more mature Christians who can speak with confidence about their faith.
For many people, Sabbath School is the high point of their Sabbath observance and has been aptly named the “heart of the Church.”
Sabbath School is open to anyone to join in the fellowship, study, sharing and service.