SUNDAY SCHOOL

We Offer Sunday School Classes for Both Children and Adults Each Sunday Between Services

ALL SUNDAY SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ARE SCHEDULED BETWEEN SUNDAY SERVICES FROM 10:00AM TO 10:45AM

ADULTS

Wekiva Offers Several Interactive, Discussion-Oriented Bible Studies Focusing on Issues Relevant to Adults of All Ages

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HOLY GROUNDS

Experience a unique time of fellowship, Bible study, and great Starbucks coffee or gourmet tea while we study the Scripture verses used for the current Sunday's sermon.

SEEKERS CLASS

Studies aimed at expanding one’s knowledge about the Bible and Christian living. This is the perfect class to drop in on and grow in your knowledge of God's Word.

JOY CLASS

This class uses contemporary text published by leading authors to stimulate active discussion on contemporary subjects. Each study is chosen by the class.

FOUNDATIONS

This is a friendly and enthusiastic group of young Wekiva parents who focus on studies related to strengthening marriages and how to raise children according to biblical principles.

YOUTH

The Youth Classes Provide Young Adults a Safe, Supportive Environment to Share Their Faith, and Enjoy Fun Activities

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MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASS

ROOM
Crow's Nest

HIGH SCHOOL CLASS

ROOM
Crosswalk

CHILDREN

Wekiva Presbyterian Church Offers Classes for Preschool and Elementary Aged Children Taught by Gifted Teachers

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Pre K & Kindergarten

ROOM #110

Elementary School

ROOM #212

Want to worship with us?

Our worship schedule includes two Sunday morning services in the Sanctuary: the first service at 9:00 (Wekiva Alive) and the second service at 11:00 (Traditions). While we appreciate our heritage, we are not stodgy—our inspiring music and worship reflect the living church in every age, including today. Wekiva celebrates communion on the first Sunday of even-number months and there are many other special worship events throughout the year. Special services include Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Sunrise Service, Thanksgiving Eve (an Ecumenical Service held jointly with five area churches) and three services on Christmas Eve.


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