We want our children to experience the best Christian Education program possible. To that end, we focus on utilizing all learning modes to help us better understand God’s message so we can then apple Jesus’ teaching to our everyday lives.
Child care is available for infants through four-years-old each Sunday morning. There is a special preschool-age Sunday School with Bible story time and age appropriate activities during each worship service.
If parents wish to attend one of our adult spiritual growth opportunities on Sunday morning, their young children may stay in the nursery and elementary age children may go to Kid Connections.
We hope YOUR child will come for Sunday School! It is offered for elementary age children (K-5th) during the worship service. Children are invited to experience worship with their family. During the 2nd hymn, the children leave the sanctuary and are escorted to Room 5 for Sunday School.
We don’t just listen to a Bible story: we experience it through science, art, music, and food. These are ways to understand the message more clearly and bring the Bible to life.
Children have a unique ability to get to the heart of a matter and that is evident in our unique interactive “Prayer Wall” time.
We are enjoying learning to become a caring community of followers of Jesus and hope you will come join us!
After worship, there is always a program for children. Childcare is available (birth to 4) and the elementary kids (K-5th) focus on mission projects or Children’s Choir with Janelle Pearson, Director of CFM.
Parents: You have a number of ongoing adult education options – Faith, Search, and Support (Room 3), Adult Bible Forum (Conference Room), and Faith Conversations (Hoffman Hall). In addition, Faith Connections, a small group Bible study for parents, meets periodically. It’s a time for sharing personal stories and applying the Biblical teachings to everyday life.
We need you! The Children and Family Ministries team is compiling a list of people who would be willing to lend a hand to new sleep-deprived parents. We use an app called Take Them a Meal which lets you choose from: picking a date for you to take a meal, ordering a meal which is delivered, or sending a gift card to these families. If you would like to help, please contact Stephanie Covington or Janelle Pearson at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the “interested in helping” list.