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Sunday School was part of the main Sunday thing for kids.
We met up for the main assembly and then the adults went their way, the teens went to their Sunday School stuff and the kids went to theirs...it was called Primary.
Lessons got bigger and more meaningful as we grew but there was always Sunday School class, an hour long, each Sunday.
I would only allow the boys to go to any church or church class or activity if they were staying with my mom during the weekend(Sunday) or if they were over age 12 and really wanted to go with a friend who'd invited them.
I went as a kid and really enjoyed it. I've taken Nevaeh once but she was far too young to remember or get anything out of it.
I'm not sure how I feel about taking her though, which I'm sure will cause problems with my religious mother and Aunt
Though I was raised broadly Christian, we didn't go to church on Sundays and so I never attended Sunday school.
Obviously Daniel is being raised in a Christo-Pagan household (my mum still maintains she is Christian, Shaun and I are Pagan more than anything). He goes to a school where worship is broadly Christian and enjoys R.E. and stories about Jesus. I have told him that if ever he wanted to go to church on a Sunday I would take him - and that includes any opportunities for Sunday school. But at present, he is not liking being part of a congregation where they sing hymns etc, so he doesn't want to go.