Sonic Youth provides an open space where Judson’s younger adult voices are heard, listened to, and shaped. It’s sometimes on Sunday mornings and sometimes in the evening, based on what our group is thinking about on any given week. We meet up just to chat, and we meet up to serve in soup kitchens, and we meet up to see art together, and we figure it out as we go along. Some of our youth are in middle school, some are in high school, and at least two of us are “older” “adults” along for the ride. We rarely talk explicitly about “God,” but we are obsessed with ethics, creativity, and justice, so you could say we’re basically obsessed with “God,” even when we don’t often say the word.
JUDSON KIDS AT WORK
THE GRAND POOBAH
Judson Sunday School’s dynamo staff is led by Andy Frantz, our Church School Director (better known as the Grand Poobah) of 20 years and counting. Judson Sunday School provides classes for preschool through high school students. Andy is currently aided by six teachers, a couple of whom are former Judson kids themselves, now all grown up. We are also fortunate to have the support of a wonderful Sunday School committee whose membership is open to all parents.
THINK OF THE CHILDREN!
Or whoever could possibly responsibly watch them for a week... or three.