Sunday School

Our History

The formal origin of the Mar Thoma Sunday School was in the year 1905. But before 1905, there were few churches who had Sunday Schools in their respective parishes in Kerala. An example would be the Church at Kandanad, where 50 elders gathered together and took a decision to promote Christian education to their children, uncompromisingly. Our forefathers and mothers realized this as a glaring need and began to engage the children by teaching them the life of Jesus Christ. Some of the English missionaries like Thomas Walker and Wordsworth inspired and energized people to promote this cause.

Our Vision
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

Proverbs 22:6.
Christian education through Sunday School is important for the spiritual nurturing of the child. Children learn Bible stories and Biblical values in Sunday School. It also gives them the opportunity to develop their skills and talents for the Lord. Sunday School provides a platform for people to serve the Lord through teaching and administration.

Every Sunday from 10:45 AM to 11:45 AM

Blackwell Hall, All Saints Church, Harrow Weald, HA36 DQ

Nursery – year 10

Mar Thoma Sunday School SamajamCurriculum
“Transform through the Word of God”


What happens on Sunday morning
Our Sunday school starts at 10:45 with prayer and singing session led by the Teachers. At 11:15, students disperse to their individual classes which ends at 11:45. The children often perform songs and other activities as part of the Time and space Program immediately after the church service.
Everyone is welcome to our Sunday school – we look forward to seeing you there!

Our Team:
President – Rev. Thomas John 
Head Master – Mrs Diana Fernandes

Mrs Jeny Joy
Mrs Lintu James
Mrs Diana Fernandes
Mrs Nisha Rohit
Mrs Sheeja Alex
Mrs Subi Susan
Mr Alwin George Sam
Mrs Shiny Ashley

Teaching Assistants:-
Mr Abraham Mathews
Mrs Shiny Anup