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Sunday Services

8:30am & 11:00am

Sunday School


Sycamore Presbyterian Church 

510 Coalfield Road 

Midlothian, VA  23114




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Children Sunday School Classes  

9:50-10:50 AM

Our classes are divided by ages and grade level:

Toddlers (2's & 3's)
Preschool (4's - Kindergarten)
1st grade & 2nd grade combined
3rd grade & 4th grade combined
5th grade

Middle School

High School (meeting in the sanctuary during Missions Month)


Adult Sunday School Classes — May 20-June 24, 2018

10:00 -10:50 AM

Missions Month: Join us in the sanctuary for a different missionary speaker each week during the Sunday School hour. You'll gain special insight on faraway places and the reminder of why we do what we do—we are all called to be missionaries.

2018 Schedule:

May 20—Jeff Borden: Africans Serving Africans

May 27—Will Traub: MTW Scotland

June 03—Tito Padilla: Las Tierra Church, TX

June 10—Dan & Janet: West Africa

June 17—Tim Galage: MTW South Africa

June 24—John Lehn: Greater Europe Mission

Adult Sunday School Classes — July 8-August 26, 2018

10:00 -10:50 AM

A Theological Exploration of Liberty and Changes in Liberal Polity
Teacher: Scott Daniels
Location: Room 3

(NOTE: This class doesn't start until July 15) James Madison once said, “Liberty may be endangered by the abuses of liberty as well the abuses of power.” What is liberty and why is it fragile? Os Guinness, a contemporary evangelical thinker, examines the conditions for sustaining liberty in his book, A Free People’s Suicide (2012). It examines the Founding Fathers’ understanding of freedom, and the distance America has moved from that ideal. The challenging ideas in this book will provide a backdrop to discuss our biblical and moral understanding liberal democracy. 


A.D. 1800-1900: Nineteenth Century Church History
Teacher: Various Elders
Location: Sanctuary

Despite growing liberalism and tremendous challenges, the nineteenth century was a time of fervent missionary endeavor and a growing Church. In this video series, President Emeritus of Westminster California and Chairman of Ligonier Ministries, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey surveys the remarkable landscape of this era, especially the Church in America.



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