Ms. Hong's First Communion Class
St. Andrew Kim Korean Church - Sunday School 2013-2014
But Jesus called them to him, saying, "Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them; for to such belongs the kingdom of God." - Luke 18:16
Welcome to my First Communion Sunday School website! My name is Ms. Hong and I will have the pleasure of teaching your child First Communion this year.
This website will be used to upload weekly lessons, announcements, activities, homework, etc. This will ensure effective communication and quick access to any materials your child may have missed in my class.
I am looking forward to the new Sunday School year!
Peace and Blessings,
November 3, 2013 - Color "The Blessed Trinity" worksheet! Memorize the "Our Father" prayer. Many students did not complete last week's homework :(
October 27, 2013 - Color "The Blessed Trinity" worksheet
October 20, 2013 - No homework :)
October 6, 2013 - Finish "Adam and Eve" worksheet
September 29, 2013 - Memorize the "Morning Prayer" and "Glory Be" prayers. A prayer sheet was taken home for the students.
Christmas Talent Show
Sunday, Dec. 15th, 11am
6226 Camden St
Sunday School - Open House!
Sunday, Oct. 6th, 11am-12pm
6226 Camden St
About the Teacher
- Kindergarten (Math, Science, and Social Studies)
- Grade 1 (Religion)
- Grade 2 (Religion)
- Grade 5 (STEM - Science Technology Engineering Mathematics)
- Grade 6 (STEM and Religion)
- Grade 8 (STEM)
This is her first year teaching at St. Mary's School. She also taught 9th/10th grade Sunday School at St. Andrew Kim Korean Church from 2010-2011 and 7th/8th grade Sunday School from 2011-2012. In addition, Ms. Hong was a Bible Study Catechist from 2012-2013 for a Korean-Catholic college fellowship called Chun-Jin-Ahm, which is currently hosted by the Newman Hall Holy Spirit Parish in Berkeley, CA.
Her Alma Mater is the University of California, Berkeley | B.A. in History of Art (Emphasis in Western Art). During her undergraduate education, Ms. Hong was pursuing an Optometry career and was studying to double major in Integrative Biology and History of Art. However, she realized her true passion laid in the History of Art and decided to drop her Integrative Biology major three months before she graduated. She has never regretted this decision and says it is one of the most happiest decisions she has ever made!
Ms. Hong is an avid movie-watcher and musical enthusiast, loves to read books, and enjoys collecting Disney mugs as her hobby. She also enjoys outdoor activities, such as hiking.