The Sunday school which is the children service arm of the church started just a couple of weeks after the adult service was inaugurated at the old church building, in 1961. Most of the children in the section were those of parents in the adult church e.g. the families of: Pa Oye, Pa. Adewale, Pa Osibo, Pa Johnson, etc. The responsibility of teaching rested on the shoulders of the then young and energetic youths including Mr. Laide Adewale and Prince Soji Anjorin both of blessed memories.
At the inception, the children service was being held under a shed within the church premises (the very spot where the present church office is located). With the growth of the church, there was a commensurate growth in the Sunday school and it was a delight to see the commencement of the building of the church hall in 1968, into which the children moved a few months after its completion.
By 1980, the Sunday school had gotten a working structure with Prince Soji Anjorin as the Superintendent of the department and more teachers were already in the team. These include: Miss Wale Fayiga, Miss Folajogun Oladimeji, Mrs. A. A. Ajayi, Mr. Adenuga, Mr. Sunday Ale, Mr. Kusimo, Mrs. Olaniyan and Mrs. Abigail Bifakale.
On the invitation of Prince Anjorin, Mr. Fayiga Olanrewaju joined the Sunday school and under his co-ordination as the Bible study secretary, the first internal teachers’ training was held in 1989. The first set of student teachers then included Miss Titi Onasile, Miss Kemi-Niyi Ladipo, Mr. Jimmy Sadiq, Miss Tosin Bifakale, Mr. Olusina Ojo and Mr. Yemi Okeremi most of who were preparing for the tertiary education. One of the additions to the department in the early 1980’s was Chief (Mrs.) Nike Ladipo whose wealth of experience helped to improve the administration and structure of the children section. She worked as chairperson for the Sunday school department for many years.
Today, the average attendance of children at Sunday school is 150, who are distributed into classes and seven different families viz: Abraham, Esther, Moses, St. Anne’s, Elisha, Ruth and David with a total of 35 trained teachers. Mr. Tayo Ojo, one of the upcoming youths took over as the superintendent in 2009. The section is in close working relationship with Christian children organizations such as Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF) and Ibadan Diocesan Central Sunday School Teachers Association which organizes workshops and training for the teachers.